Morning Links: Puff Daddy Edition

puff daddyThe Times checks in with Neal Benezra, director of the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art, as his museum ramps up for reopening following a massive, $295 million expansion project. [NYT]

“Shock, laughter, outrage … Millie Brown’s vomit art has provoked an outpouring of reaction.” [The Guardian]

“Sydney Biennale survives crucible of controversy.” [The Art Newspaper]

Noted art collector Sean “Diddy” Combs changed his name back to Puff Daddy. [Page Six]

Jay Griffiths talks about why Frida Kahlo inspired her new novel. [The Guardian]

Abigail Guay has become the first director of the Catskills’ Mount Tremper Art. [Artforum]

Jeffrey Forgeng has been hired as the Worcester Art Museum’s first curator of arms and armor and medieval art. [Boston Globe]

“After triumph and trauma, the Cleveland Museum of Art seeks committed, long-term leadership.” [The Plain Dealer]

Morning Links: Puff Daddy Edition