Morning Links: Segway Edition

Segway tours at the Spring Break Art Show. (Photo by Andrew Russeth)

A show at the National Portrait Gallery shows color photos of stars from the black-and-white era. [NYT]

How do you display work that the artist would have rather burned? [WSJ]

A British judge basically said that taking a photograph from the same angle as an existing photograph is infringement. [The Art Newspaper]

The Times on the new documentary Gerhard Richter Painting: “Watching this can be fascinating, even exciting. After all, it prompts a fundamental movie question: What happens next?” [NYT]

Rumor has it that a California court issued a tentative decision to dismiss the class-action lawsuits against Sotheby’s and Christie’s, which alleged the auction houses violating the California Resale Royalty Act, on Commerce Clause grounds. [The Art Law Blog]

Take a Segway tour of the Spring Break Art Show with Croatian artists Dora Budor and Maja Cule and curator Alex Freedman [ArtnetTV]

Portraits of the Lower East Side, ca. 1997. [Bowery Boogie]

NPR profiles Cai Guo-Qiang, the Chinese artist famed for his gunpowder drawings. [NPR]

Here’s an exterior shot of David Zwirner’s new London gallery. [ArtDaily]

Scott Reyburn previews TEFAF, the world’s premier art and antique fair, which this year will include a $7 million Gauguin still life, on offer from London’s Dickinson gallery. [Bloomberg]

Morning Links: Segway Edition