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Artist Tracey Emin: Critics Are Harsher Because I’m a Woman [Vanity Fair]

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“Buoyed by the Metropolitan Museum of Art’s decision this month to return two stolen statues, Cambodia is asking other museums to examine any Khmer antiquities they acquired after 1970, when a 20-year period of civil war and genocide gave thieves free range to loot the country’s ancient temples.” [NYT]

Picasso Museum in Paris remains closed. [NYT]

Anish Kapoor talks about his latest exhibition. [The Guardian]

Interpol seeks art work owned by the Qaddafi family. [The Art Newspaper]

Gary Indiana on Havana. (Subscription only) [The London Review of Books]

The latest on the Palestinian Museum. [Artforum]

Mayan pyramid bulldozed in Belize. [AP/Yahoo]

Morning Links: Havana Edition