Morning Links: Neil Young Edition

MoMA showcases Gaumont thrillers. [WSJ]

“Museums, however, rarely invite artists to join their boards because the artists could benefit unfairly from the inclusion of their work in a collection—or the exclusion of others. (MoCA was an unusual case: Artists were integrated into the board from its founding days.)” [WSJ]

Thomas Kinkade’s girlfriend is “holding hostage” his mansion in Monte Sereno. [San Jose Mercury News]

Street artist Shepard Fairey collaborated with Neil Young. [HuffPost]

News from some Gallery Girls screening parties. [Bloomberg]

Florida-based art dealer was convicted on charges related to stolen artwork and tax evasion. [L.A. Times]

The 5th Governors Island art fair opens on September 1. [ArtDaily] Morning Links: Neil Young Edition