Morning Links: Bomb-Sniffing Dog Edition

David Beckham, left, meets another bomb-sniffing dog and a security guard. (John Stillwell/PA Wire)

David Beckham, left, meets another bomb-sniffing dog and a security guard. (John Stillwell/PA Wire)

“Valuable as Art, but Priceless as a Tool to Launder Money” [NYT]

Michael Kimmelman says MoMA shouldn’t tear down the American Folk Art Museum building. [NYT]

Here’s a list of all the ladies that James Franco brought to Frieze and MoMA PS1. [Page Six]

Jori Finkel interviews James Turrell. [LAT]

Frieze has a bomb-sniffing guard puppy. [The Art Newspaper]

El Museo del Barrio’s board president, Yaz Hernández, is stepping down. [Artsbeat]

Antonio López García has been ordered to stay in the Spanish royal palace until he completes his portrait of the royal family. [The Guardian]

Serra and Judd hit the NBA. [@earlboykins/Twitter]

On Kenneth Goldsmith reading Richard Prince’s The Catcher in the Rye at MoMA. [Greg.org]

Morning Links: Bomb-Sniffing Dog Edition