Morning Links: The Stedelijk Returns Edition

The Stedelijk in May, as construction neared completion. (Courtesy Lex van Lieshout/AFP/Getty Images)

The cops shut down an art opening by Mia Tyler, Steven Tyler’s daughter, for a very interesting reason. [Page Six]

Amsterdam’s Stedelijk Museum reopens after eight years’ of remodeling. [The Art Newspaper]

Meet “Brazil’s Pied Piper of Street Art.” [NYT]

A museum exhibition in Paris focuses on hair. [ArtDaily]

The Louvre opens Islamic galleries. [NYT]

The Top 50 Artists in Chicago. Theaster Gates grabs slot number seven. [New Art City via @KingsTitt]

The New Yorkers looks at combat photography. [The New Yorker]

Yes, I sure would like to read the catalogue for the 1966 Robert Irwin/Kenneth Price show that Phyllis Tuchman organized at LACMA, thanks, Tyler Green. Essays by Lucy Lippard and Philip Leider! [LACMA via MAN]

Morning Links: The Stedelijk Returns Edition