Morning Links: Retail Edition

imagesOlafur Eliasson’s Ventilator will return to MoMA. [WSJ]

New MAD director was a strong critic of the museum. [NYT]

“Retailing as a Forum for Art” [NYT]

Los Angeles artist Frank Martinez has died at 89. [Los Angeles Times]

“Farmers bulldoze ancient tombs in Libya to sell plots to developers.” [The Art Newspaper] 

The Detroit Institute of Arts is updating its deed to emphasize that future gifts to the museum can be sold only to purchase new art. [The Art Newspaper]

Julian Lennon discusses a “his best shot”—a photograph he snapped of Bono. [The Guardian] 

A.P. photographs of the Vietnam War are the subject of a new retrospective book and an exhibition at Steven Kasher Gallery. [NYT]

Morning Links: Retail Edition