Morning Links: Late Edition

wish1Tracey Emin warns of “rioting in the streets” if arts funding is cut. [The Independent]

Michael Winner, art collector and director of Death Wish, dies at 77. [NYT]

A(Fair)Design, a new design fair, will take place during Frieze week in New York in May. [The Art Newspaper]

Los Angeles Times art critic Christopher Knight: “‘Reagan red’ is now officially over.” [@KnightLAT/Twitter]

Kaelen Wilson-Goldie attends a Sharjah Art Foundation discussion at MoMA. [Artforum]

Turkey continues its campaign to recoup artifacts from Western museums. [The Guardian]

Watch Wolfgang Laib install his pollen field at MoMA, live! [MoMA]

Morning Links: Late Edition