Morning Links: Zebra Edition

A zebra eating a block of frozen carrots. (Getty Images)

A zebra eating a block of frozen carrots. (Getty Images)

Elysia Borowy-Reeder has been named director of the Museum of Contemporary Art Detroit. The position had been vacant since November 2011. [Detroit Free Press]

“Basquiat’s Ex-Girlfriend Reveals Major Trove of Unseen Works.” [Blouin Artinfo]

Deitch says MOCA’s newfound $40 million shows the “trustees are committed to trying to stay independent.” [Page Six]

Here’s an interview with Diane Arbus’s daughter Amy. [WSJ]

Photography book by Christian Lutz censored in Switzerland. [The Art Newspaper]

Sotheby’s CEO William F. Ruprecht earned $6.3 million last year. [Bloomberg]

Sebastian Smee on a George Stubbs painting of a zebra at the Yale Center for British Art. [The Boston Globe]

Rosemarie Trockel at the Serpentine Gallery. [CAD]

Tamio Shiraishi and Cammisa Buerhaus live at Silent Barn. [Sex Life]

Morning Links: Zebra Edition