Morning Links: São Paulo Edition

(Courtesy aboutsaopaulo.com)

“A gallery in David Hockney’s home town of Bradford is asking people who met him at the start of his career to dig out works of art or pieces of memorabilia for a new exhibition.” [BBC]

The Cornell Daily Sun (!!) decides to weigh in on the Warhol Foundation sale. [The Cornell Daily Sun] 

L.A. has a fun new street artist! [LA Times]

David Velasco reports from the 30th São Paulo Bienal. [Artforum]

Peter Schjeldahl chats about Warhol, who thought that the critic hated him (which was not the case). [The New Yorker]

“Portia Munson and Jared Handelsman make art from their land, on their land and about their land, including a stupendous blueberry maze.” [NYT]

Gift of Lucian Freud etchings made to the Courtauld Gallery by Frank Auerbach. [ArtDaily]

Felix Salmon remembers the old selfless Eli Broad, model art collector, with his “lending library for art,” and how it was “too selfless to really encompass the magnitude of Broad’s massive ego.” [Reuters]

Morning Links: São Paulo Edition