Morning Links: Elgin Marbles Edition

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Kanye went to the Matthew Barney premiere. [Page Six]

Here’s a profile of Marianne Boesky, who’s opening a new space for emerging artists on the Lower East Side. “My hope was just to be able to feed myself and keep the doors open,” she said, of first opening a gallery. “It never occurred to me I’d be able to buy a house and a boat and all these things.” [WSJ]

Cornelius Gurlitt, the 81-year-old Munich art hoarder, has set up a website to tell his story. [NYT

Hudson’s last shows, Judy Linn and David Shaw, open on Wednesday. [Feature Inc.]

Here’s a profile of photographer Jeff Wall. [FT]

“Brothers Simon and Nick Goodman act as modern Monuments Men in tracing their grandfather’s fabulous art collection lost during the Holocaust.” [LAT]

Hudson (1950-2014). [NYT]

Former British ambassador in Athens on George Clooney and the Parthenon marbles. [LRB]

Steve McQueen’s 12 Years a Slave won best film at the British Academy Film Awards. [WSJ]

Here’s Scott Reyburn’s rundown of the London auctions. [NYT] Morning Links: Elgin Marbles Edition