Morning Links: Reinstallation Edition

MoMA will reinstall James Rosenquist’s F-111 as part of its oral histories project. [The Art Newspaper]

The Portland Art Museum received a $2 million gift from an anonymous donor to fund its curator of photography position. [The Oregonian]

Indefatigable art critic Jonathan Jones is picking his “favorite wintry artworks” all December long. Up today: a candle painting by Gerhard Richter. [The Guardian]

A rediscovered Velazquez portrait made $4.7 million at an Old Masters auction yesterday. [Bloomberg]

Here’s Nic Rad’s manifesto for a new movement: Art Pop. [Artlog]

Bansky parodist “Hansky” spotted again on the Lower East Side. [Bowery Boogie]

On the scattered remains of Madison Square Presbyterian Church. [NYT]

Ice Cube, according to this article, is in the house. He also made a video for “Pacific Standard Time.” [NYT]

Morning Links: Reinstallation Edition