Morning Links: Pam Grier Edition

“…the Cy Twombly Foundation is now in turmoil amid accusations, detailed in a lawsuit filed on Wednesday in Delaware state

Pam Grier.
Pam Grier.

“…the Cy Twombly Foundation is now in turmoil amid accusations, detailed in a lawsuit filed on Wednesday in Delaware state court, that one of the four people who run it took more than $300,000 in unauthorized fees for investment services and was assisted in misappropriating the money by another foundation director, Ralph E. Lerner, a well-known art-world lawyer.” [NYT]

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Jonathan Jones on the 2012 Olympic Cauldron, which was just named the finest British work of visual art of the year. He’s not impressed! [The Guardian]

Michael Kimmelman reviews MoMA’s Henri Labrouste show. [NYT]

The complete Pam Grier. [Artforum]

The Times profiles the Hole’s Kathy Grayson. [NYT]

Here are some highlights from Tefaf. [Bloomberg]

Here’s a piece about Dorothy Iannone, “art’s original bad girl.” [Guardian]

Lauren Owens mounts paintings in the warehouse where Liberace used to store his piano. [LAT]

Morning Links: Pam Grier Edition