Morning Links: Taylor Swift Edition

Swift at the 2013 Billboard Music Awards. (Robyn Beck/AFP/Getty Images)

Swift at the 2013 Billboard Music Awards. (Robyn Beck/AFP/Getty Images)

“A political majority in Oslo struck a deal Tuesday to build a new museum for the iconic “The Scream” and 27,000 other works by world-renown painterEdvard Munch, ending years of political battles over costs and location, but an opposition party warned about rising city debts.” [WSJ]

Kim Gordon is in this week’s New Yorker. [TNY]

Adrian Searle: “Jeremy Deller’s British pavilion declares war on wealth.” [The Guardian]

Taylor Swift as Andreas Gursky, and the rise of the Ghetto Gursky. [Greg.org]

“The Last Unicorn”: Kate Sutton at arteBA. [Artforum]

Julie Mehretu on her new work. [Artforum]

James Franco will have a solo show at London’s Pace Gallery in June, “hosted” by Douglas Gordon. [The Art Newspaper]

In case you missed it: Jimmy Kimmel pretended he was the one who bought the John Currin Bea Arthur nude. [Gawker]

Here’s Korakrit Arunanondchai’s trailer for his upcoming show at Clearing gallery in Brussels. [Sex Life]

Morning Links: Taylor Swift Edition