Morning Links: Performance Dome Edition

Mark C. Taylor’s addressing the question “Is Modern Finance Ruining Modern Art” rumbles on. [Bloomberg]

Arts Mundi, the UK’s largest art prize (the winner receives $62,000), announced its artist shortlist. [Artforum]

In Indian art, women artists lag behind male artists in terms of pricing and visibility. Just like Western contemporary art. [NYT]

Here are some more details on PS1 “Performance Dome.” [Broadway World]

Painting by Hitler sells at online auction for $12,000, which seems kind of low, doesn’t it? [The LA Times]

Postmasters will show artist William Powhida’s giant Griftopia at the soon-to-open second edition of the VIP online art fair. [Bloomberg]

Alan Lomax, the great recorder of Americana and cultural ephemera, has gone digital. [NYT]

Contemporary art in Saudi Arabia starts a new movement. [The Art Newspaper]

Meanwhile, an exhibition at the British Museum about the Hajj suggests modernity and secularism are not necessarily a given. [FT] Morning Links: Performance Dome Edition