Morning Links: Not Frida Edition

Salma Hayek. (Courtesy Getty Images)

Salma Hayek. (Courtesy Getty Images)

Francesco Vezzoli is under criminal investigation in Italy for attempting to transport a deconsecrated church to MoMA PS1. His show there has been canceled. [NYT]

A San Diego art museum has mounted a giant exhibition of Frida Kahlo’s work, commissioning uncredited Chinese artisans to copy all of her paintings. Viewers don’t seem to know they’re fake. [KPBS via Art Market Monitor]

The Kimbell Musueum will unveil its $135m, Renzo PIano-designed expansion tomorrow with a show of work from the permanent collection. [The Art Newspaper]

Harry Brant will now have a style column in Interview magazine. [Page Six]

Feeling Artists Space’s new website. [AS]

Danish painter defends curiously avant garde portrait of the Danish
royal family: “This is satire.” [The Indepedent]

“Judge denies government’s request for stay in Knoedler suits” [The Art Newspaper] Morning Links: Not Frida Edition