Morning Links: Fresh Start Edition

Lauder. (Courtesy Getty Images)

Lauder. (Courtesy Getty Images)

LACMA relaunches its “Art & Technology” program. [NYT]

Leonard Lauder, 80, calls it off with his fiancee, 55. [Page Six]

Elmgreen & Dragset have taken over London’s Victoria & Albert design galleries. [NYT]

The Art14 London fair will stage a “global summit” for private museum owners on traveling exhibitions. [The Art Newspaper]

Lucian Freud’s papers have been assigned to an as yet unannounced museum. [The Independent via The Art Newspaper]

“Little wonder, then, that this complex situation has elicited numerous opinions that are so disconnected from reality that they amount to magical thinking.” Another op-ed on the Detroit Institute of Arts. [WSJ]

Google launches something called “Open Gallery.” [Google Open Gallery]

Here’s a profile of Jane Dickson. [WSJ]

Greg Allen on those Facebook Artists. [Greg.org]

Street artists have created murals at the Aqueduct Racetrack. [NYT]

Morning Links: Fresh Start Edition