Morning Links: Head of State Edition

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Queen Elizabeth II buys four Andy Warhols, to be displayed at Windsor Castle later this year. [AtlanticWire]

Christie’s plans show of presidential artwork in D.C. [AP]

And here’s a report from the first day of the Brooke Astor sale. [Bloomberg]

On a messy authenticity dispute involving a late work by the German artist Jörg Immendorff. There’s a signed certificate of authenticity, but also questions about whether he painted the painting, and whether that matters. [Artforum]

“50 Shades of Color: How the Evolution of Palettes Changed the World.” [NYT]

Adrian Searle reviews the Serpentine Gallery’s Thomas Schütte show: “full of such uncomfortable surprises and dualities, different registers of touch and feeling.” [The Guardian]

Morning Links: Head of State Edition