Morning Links: Bruce Lee Edition

(Courtesy Getty Images)

(Courtesy Getty Images)

LACMA is pursuing a $650-million plan to create “visible storage” that will get more of its collection out on view, while the Broad is installing windows into its storage space. [L.A. Times]

Susie Ray creates high-end copies of Impressionist paintings for a living, selling them to celebrities, politicians and “Russian millionaires keen to fill the wall-space on their yachts.” [The Guardian]

In case you missed it: a museum trustee wrote in to The Ethicist this week. [NYT]

Here’s an interview with Oliver Berggruen, following his Berlin museum’s expansion. [WSJ]

“Australia’s artist resale royalty scheme, which came into effect in June 2010 and is currently being reviewed, seems to be offering increased protection to indigenous artists, with 60% of the artists who have been paid royalties being Aboriginal or Torres Strait Islander.” [The Art Newspaper]

A “post-game” “interview” with Pilobolus. [WSJ]

The Hong Kong Heritage Museum is marking the 40th anniversary of Bruce Lee’s death with an exhibition that includes some nice sculptures of him. [Daily Mail]

Sarah Morris: “My work is related to power.” [Phaidon]

Sam Falls at Karma. [ABAB]

Morning Links: Bruce Lee Edition