Morning Links: Pratt at Gagosian Edition

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(Courtesy Patrick McMullan)
(Courtesy Patrick McMullan)

Larry Gagosian steps in to help organize an exhibition at the Seagram Building for Pratt students whose work was damaged in a fire on the campus in February. [NYT]

Qatar was reportedly the buyer of Picasso’s 1901 Child With a Dove, which sold privately for £50 million ($79 million) last year. It had been one of the most famous works by the artist in the U.K. [The Art Newspaper]

MoMA will demolish the 12-year-old former home of the American Folk Art Museum. [MoMA]

” Paris’s Louvre museum closed on Wednesday due to a walkout by some staff over a rise in aggressive pickpockets including children sometimes working in gangs of up to 30, staff and management said.” [AFP]

Roberta Smith kinda liked the movie that is really just an exhibition. [NYT]

Cobble Hill artists recreates famous paintings. Kind of funny. Kind of not. [DNAInfo]

Rachel Whiteread’s new show features casts of garden sheds. [The Guardian]

Lost Parmigianino drawing found between pages of a Bible. [The Art Newspaper]

Morning Links: Pratt at Gagosian Edition