Morning Links: Wedding Painting Edition

‘Peasant Wedding’ (circa 1568) by Pieter Bruegel the Elder. (Kunsthistorisches Museum, Vienna)

Edward Hopper makes his Paris debut. [Bloomberg]

Five experts on how to transform the financially troubled Corcoran Gallery of Art in Washington, D.C. [The Washington Post]

Randy Kennedy profiles painter/weaver Mark Barrow, whose second show at Elizabeth Dee just opened. [NYT]

Gabriel Orozco talks about his new show at the Guggenheim. [Artforum]

Theaster Gates has been selected by the New School as the first winner of the first $15,000 Vera List Center Prize for Art and Politics. [ArtsBeat]

Here’s a brief history of the Polaroid. [WSJ]

Antiquities get a new home at the Art Institute of Chicago. [The Art Newspaper]

For around $1,000 to $5,000 you can have an artist paint your wedding, birthday party or other kind of celebration as it happens. [NYT]

Morning Links: Wedding Painting Edition