Morning Links: Yves Klein in a Bowler Hat Edition

“This kid is striking,” said Mera Rubell, of Oscar Murillo, 27. “When you meet him, you want to be part

Klein in 1959. (Express Newspapers/Getty Images)
Klein in 1959. (Express Newspapers/Getty Images)

“This kid is striking,” said Mera Rubell, of Oscar Murillo, 27. “When you meet him, you want to be part of the story.” [Bloomberg]

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Randy Kennedy on Yves Klein’s Monotone-Silence symphony, which will be performed tonight at Madison Avenue Presbyterian Church, at East 73rd Street, in conjunction with Dominique Levy Gallery’s current show. [NYT]

The voting process for the lucrative ArtPrize has begun in Grand Rapids, Mich. [WSJ]

After an investigation, the discrimination claim filed against El Museo del Barrio by its former director has been dismissed. [NYT]

How were the sixth annual Brussels Art Days, you’re wondering? Julian Elias Bronner has the report. [Artforum]

“When Attitudes Become Form” at Fondazione Prada hits Contemporary Art Daily. [CAD]

As does Simon Denny at MUMOK, Vienna. [CAD]

Torbjørn Rødland at Algus Greenspon. [Sex Life]

“Five American Museums on the Horizon” [Hyperallergic]

This Getty station party write-up has Paul Kasmin as a boldfaced name!
[Page Six]

And in case 2,000 weren’t enough for you, here’s one more profile of
Emmanuel Perrotin. [WSJ]

Morning Links: Yves Klein in a Bowler Hat Edition