Morning Links: Autumn Edition

A deer in London’s Richmond Park in autumn. (Getty Images)

Sebastian Smee maps an American version of Italy’s Piero della Francesca trail, highlighting the more than two dozen institutions in New England that have works by Sol LeWitt on view. [The Boston Globe]

Kate Sutton visits Paris during FIAC for Scene & Herd. [Artforum]

A new ordinance in Rome prohibits eating and drinking in places with “particular historic, artistic, architectonic and cultural value” in some parts of Rome, including the Colosseum and the Spanish Steps. [NYT]

The artist Keran Li has increased in value very quickly in China. [Bloomberg]

How to buy art at auction. [The Daily Telegraph]

The Louvre is launching a public for about $1 million to acquire medieval statuettes. [ArtDaily]

Menno Meewis, the director of Antwerp’s Middelheimmuseum, has died at the age of 58. [ArtDaily]

A little refresher on the Cambodia v. Sotheby’s case, courtesy of All Things Considered. [NPR]

“Have digital technology and software programs that alter an image with a few clicks on a…keyboard destroyed faith in the evidentiary truth of photography?” [WSJ]

Here’s Guardian art critic Jonathan Jones writing about autumn in the U.S. [The Guardian] Morning Links: Autumn Edition