Morning Links: Media Relations Edition

(Courtesy ArtDaily)

Olympic Banksys threatened by graffiti crackdown. [RT]

Crystal Bridges has a new media relations manager, Diane Carroll, who’s lived in Arkansas for more than 10 years. [ArtDaily]

Alexander Calder’s Tripes at St. Pancras is Pace London’s first public art project.  [ArtDaily]

Long Island public gets an extraordinary Chagall exhibition including some works from Chagall’s “Bible” series and other treasures in a new show at the Nassau County Art Museum. [ArtDaily]

Los Angeles Patron Eli Broad attends a ribbon cutting for the opening of L.A.’s new Grand Park as his museum, the Broad Museum, looms in the backdrop. [Curbed]

Stolen Henry Moore recovered. [AMA]

Martin Creed has some nutty plans for his Chicago residency, e.g., “• Work No. 1355 – nails hammered into the walls (May) • Work No. 792 – a sculpture of stacked legos (June).” [ArtDaily] Morning Links: Media Relations Edition