Morning Links: American Tourist Edition

(Courtesy trueamsterdam.com)
(Courtesy trueamsterdam.com)

“When is a Rembrandt Not a Rembrandt?: Forgeries at Fordham.” [Art in America]

Christina Catherine Martinez on Perform Chinatown in Los Angeles, and other goings-on about town. [Artforum]

Architecture critic James S. Russell on the future of Detroit. [Bloomberg] 

“Beset by criticism, India’s foremost contemporary art prize”—the Skoda Prize—”takes a break.” [The Caravan]

“Building work on a E7m museum celebrating the work and legacy of Goya (1746-1828) stopped abruptly in July in the the small town in the north east of Spain where one of the nation’s most famous artist was born.” No money. [The Art Newspaper]

“American Tourist Breaks Finger Off 600-Year-Old Statue At Italian
Museum By Accident (VIDEO)” [The Huffington Post]

“Amazon Reviewers Have a Few Thoughts About That Monet” [NYT]

Some details on the long search for a new leader for the National Endowment for the Arts. [NYT]

Morning Links: American Tourist Edition