Morning Links: André Saraiva Graffiti Edition

Saraiva. (Patrick McMullan)

L.A. MOCA Delays fundraiser this year following turmoil. [Bloomberg]

André Saraiva and Details will present some graffiti at 1 Prince St. through Oct. 3. [Page Six]

Peter Schjeldahl reviews Gerhard Richter’s latest show at the Marian Goodman Gallery in New York. [The New Yorker] (subscription required)

“Conceptualism, which 40 years ago proposed trashing museums altogether, is now assuming old master status in them,” Holland Cotter writes. Pretty excited for the Brooklyn Museum’s “‘Six Years’: Lucy R. Lippard and the Emergence of Conceptual Art” show over here at The Observer office, let me tell you. [NYT]

Peter Blake, the artist who designed the cover of The Beatles’ album Sgt. Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club Band, picks his 10 favorite paintings. [The Guardian]

Calgary’s Glenbow Museum fires 14, shortens hours. [The Calgary Herald]

Norman Rockwell’s The Four Freedoms served as a backdrop for naturalization ceremonies at the Norman Rockwell Museum in Stockbridge, Mass. [ArtDaily]

In what he admits is a “bad pun,” John Baldessari makes a “T” of golf tees for T Magazine. [T Magazine]

Watch Rineke Dijkstra discuss “The Krazyhouse” series at the Guggenheim. [Guggenheim Channel Youtube]

Ken Johnson offers a preview of some shows in Los Angeles. [NYT]

After his studio was destroyed in a fire, James Rosenquist unveils new work. [WSJ]

Sizing up Arab graffiti. [The Guardian] Morning Links: André Saraiva Graffiti Edition