Morning Links: Dorothy Iannone Edition

'Hello and Goodbye to Copenhagen' (1982) by Iannone. (Courtesy the artist and Peres Projects)

‘Hello and Goodbye to Copenhagen’ (1982) by Iannone. (Courtesy the artist and Peres Projects)

The Twombly Foundation donates works to Tate Modern. [NYT]

Carol Vogel profiles Jeff Koons. [NYT]

Twenty-four paintings by forgotten society portraitist James Jebusa Shannon will be shown at Debra Force Fine Art this month. [NYT]

Shirin Neshat is putting a toe in the dance world. She and Polish choreographer Krzysztof Pastor have created a ballet-film installation of Shakespeare’s The Tempest. [The Art Newspaper]

“Loeb Backs Management of Auction House Sotheby’s After Bruising Fight.” [NYT]

Ai Weiwei starts web craze with mysterious ‘leg-gun’ pose [The Guardian]

Dorothy Iannone at Berlinische Galerie. [Contemporary Art Daily]

Morning Links: Dorothy Iannone Edition