Morning Links: L’Origine du Monde Edition

Cornelius Gurlitt, “Munich art hoarder,” gives his first interview. [Der Spiegel]

More than £300 million worth of art is stolen in Britain each year. [Telegraph]

José Clemente Orozco, long overshadowed by Diego Rivera, is having a moment. [NYT]

Indian artist Jitish Kallat will organize the 2014 Kochi-Muziris Biennale. [Artforum]

Tate Britain’s Grand Saloon, a large room that has been closed to the public since it was flooded by the Thames in 1928, reopens tomorrow as part of the museum’s £45m renovation project. [The Art Newspaper]

Katya Kazakina and Philip Boroff read last week’s auction records. [Bloomberg]

A very droll Henry Alford pays a visit to the November sales. [NYT]

“Qatar’s accidental vagina stadium is most gratifying.” [The Guardian]

The 5Pointz graffiti complex seems toast. [The Art Newspaper]

France names new head of Musée National d’Art Moderne, which is based at the Centre Pompidou in Paris. [The Art Newspaper]

Here’s an interview with Josephine Meckseper ahead of her first solo show at Andrea Rosen gallery. [WSJ]

Morning Links: L’Origine du Monde Edition