Morning Links: Beyoncé Art History Edition


(Courtesy via The Guardian)

A look inside the Nahmad family. [NYT]

A little late to this, but worth a listen: fashion-trend forecasters say that Dubai and Frank Stella are hot. [NPR Planet Money]

Here are some obscure Dalí watercolors of rather erotic fruits. [The Guardian]

Thomas M. Messer, a pioneering director of the Guggenheim, has died at 93. “He brought an old-world charm and values to an American institution,” said Lisa Dennison. [NYT]

Here’s a preview of Art Basel Hong Kong. [WSJ]

Beyoncé as art historian. [The Guardian]

New York artist takes photographs of his neighbors without them knowing, sells photographs in gallery. [Detroit News]

Morning Links: Beyoncé Art History Edition