Morning Links: Simpsons Edition

'The Simpsons.' (Courtesy Fox)

‘The Simpsons.’ (Courtesy Fox)

“‘The Simpsons’: A lesson in art forgery.” [Los Angeles Times]

“Even New York’s high-end art world is in the throes of March Madness and the run-up to the NBA playoffs.” A show at Salon 94 will feature basketball-related art. [Page Six]

Anthony Byrt at the Sydney Biennale. [Artforum]

“Police charge Portland man with arson in art museum fire.” [Bangor Daily News]

Shigeru Ban, architect of the forthcoming Aspen Art Museum wins the Pritzker. [NYT]

Jonathan Jones: “…this chain store of aesthetic delights is one of the best things happening to art right now. Gagosian is a force for good.” [The Guardian]

A complete synopsis of the minor art-related kerfuffle between Jay Z and Drizzy Drake. [Hyperallergic]

Hot damn: Michael E. Smith at Dallas’s Power Station. [Contemporary Art Daily]

Wu Tianming, “the godfather of contemporary Chinese cinema,” has died at 74. [NYT]

Morning Links: Simpsons Edition