Morning Links: Museum of Everything Edition

(Courtesy Museum of Everything)

Can a property tax save the Detroit Institute of Arts? [WSJ]

The Museum of Everything visits Moscow’s Garage Center. [The Art Newspaper]

Peter and Harry Brant had planned to wear some seriously tacky stuff to the Met gala, but Anna Wintour somehow didn’t invite them. [Page Six]

Rachel Whitread’s new public art is “not public art.” [AMA]

Iran sits on a collection of great art by Mary Cassatt, Degas, Francis Bacon and Roy Lichtenstein, but they won’t display it. [The Guardian]

Andy Battaglia speaks with Jay Sanders, the new Whitney curator focusing on performing arts. [WSJ]

Holland Cotter on how the political turmoil in Mali is threatening the archaeological dig site at Djenné-Djenno. [NYT]

There’s now a Joseph Kosuth hanging at the Jewish Museum. [ArtDaily]

Marilyn Monroe’s long white gloves will be part of the Smithsonian Institution’s exhibition on American popular culture. [ArtDaily]

If you missed it, Jonathan Jones calls Dieter Roth–the artist who filmed his life, and death–the video-diary Rembrandt. [Guardian]

Morning Links: Museum of Everything Edition