Morning Links: Papal Portraiture Edition

Velázquez's 'Portrait of Pope Innocent X,' ca. 1650. (Wikimedia)

Velázquez’s ‘Portrait of Pope Innocent X,’ ca. 1650. (Wikimedia)

“Los Angeles MOCA Mulls Pact With National Gallery.” [ArtsBeat]

Bloomberg goes downtown and looks at nine shows. [Bloomberg]

“Philanthropist Proposes Plan To Take Over, Revamp Corcoran Gallery” [The Washington Post]

The world’s first “Vine-art” sold at the Moving Image art fair. [The Guardian]

Peter Schjeldahl reviews the Whitney’s Jay DeFeo show. [The New Yorker]

How do we know that an artwork is authentic? [The Art Newspaper]

“How and why taste changes.” Really nice graphic on this one. [TAN]

Jonathan Jones looks at papal portraiture. [The Guardian]

Morning Links: Papal Portraiture Edition