Morning Links: Munch Mania Edition

Friday Flashback! NPR chats with Brooklyn Museum director Duncan Cameron in 1972. [NPR]

Barbara Pollack in China. One Chinese bank has spent a whopping $320 million on arts programming since 2007. [Arnet]

Here’s Holland Cotter on the Terracotta Warriors show at the Discovery Channel center in Times Square. [NYT]

“Rubik’s Cube creator helps put the pieces together for exhibit marking toy’s 40th anniversary.” [AP]

Photographs from Madonna’s sex book will sell at auction. [The Guardian]

Here’s more on the Edvard Munch Scream mania at Sotheby’s. [WSJ]

One of four paintings stolen in an art heist four years ago, an Edgar Degas valued at $109 million, is returned to Zurich. [Reuters]

Charlie Finch is eloquently outraged at the idea that the Cooper Union might charge graduate tuition. [Artnet]

Page Six has a nice summary of everything that’s happening for Frieze. [Page Six]

Met installs marble head of Zeus Ammon. [Culturegrrl]

Celebrated curator John Elderfield dishes on his new job at Gagoisan: “I am a big Bob Dyan fan,” Elderfield said, “and we [Larry and I] go to concerts together.” [Artinfo]

Morning Links: Munch Mania Edition