Morning Links: Kunst-y Edition

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“Just when we all thought that Germany couldn’t get any more ‘kunst-y,’ Akademie der Künste der Welt has opened in Cologne.” [Artforum]

It is the 500th anniversary of the unveiling of the Sistine Chapel. [WSJ]

Karin Lipson visits the new Parrish Art Museum. [NYT]

Male nudity takes the center stage at an art show in Vienna. [BBC]

Pakistani painter documents the lives of sex workers. [The Washington Post]

Now available: an audio tour of MoMA narrated by children. [The Art Newspaper]

Jonathan Jones wonders if death is “having a moment” in art. [The Guardian]

Now’s your chance to adopt a gargoyle on the outside of the Doumo in Milan. [CBC]

Morning Links: Kunst-y Edition