Morning Links: Gonzo Edition

(Courtesy Ralph Steadman/Sony Classics)

(Courtesy Ralph Steadman/Sony Classics)

Glenn Lowry, in a profile, says he’ll leave MoMA in six years. [NYT]

One of the art dealers allegedly at the center of the Knoedler forgery scandal, Jose Carlos Bergantiños Diaz, has been arrested in Spain. [NYT]

Annie Leibovitz on Miley Cyrus and her new book, which costs $2,500 and “comes with its own table.”[Los Angeles Times]

“The Musée Guimet, France’s national museum of Asian art, says that discussions are ongoing with the Nepalese government over two stolen statues housed at the Paris-based museum.” [The Art Newspaper]

A new documentary looks at artist Ralph Steadman’s friendship with Hunter S. Thompson. [ArtNews]

Scott Reyburn on the art market and growing inequality. [NYT]

“Turkish artists condemn Erdogan re-election.” [The Art Newspaper]

Restoring Renoir at the Art Institute of Chicago. [NYT]

Morning Links: Gonzo Edition