Morning Links: Martial Raysse Edition

'Snack,' 1964. (Photo by Art Digital Studio/Luxembourg & Dayan)

Martial Raysse, ‘Snack,’ 1964. (Photo by Art Digital Studio/Luxembourg & Dayan)

Katya Kazakina on the current enthusiasm for “forgotten artists” like Martial Raysse and Germaine Richier. “I said goodbye to America a long time ago,” Mr. Raysse said. “This kind of recognition is sweet.” [Bloomberg]

Zuni Indians ask Europe to return their art. [NYT]

“Was a $3.7 million painting taken out with the trash?” [WSJ]

“The world’s most famous performance artist will do ‘nothing’ for her next project.” [Huffington Post]

Aaron Garber-Maikovska at Standard (Oslo). [Contemporary Art Daily]

Do artists really need galleries? [The Art Newspaper]

Greg Allen on George W. Bush’s paintings. [greg.org]

MOCA North Miami files suit against its landlord, North Miami, alleging that the city government has breached its contract—refusing to make repairs, among other things—in an effort to “destroy any alliance between MOCA and the Bass Museum, and to keep MOCA in North Miami.” [Miami Herald]

“How to avoid a digital boom and bust: There are plenty of grants for new digital projects but finding long-term funding could be much harder.” [The Art Newspaper]

Morning Links: Martial Raysse Edition