Morning Links: Narcissister Edition

Narcissister and Marilyn Manson (Courtesy of Christopher Polk/Getty Images)

“Elizabeth A. Sackler has been named chairwoman of the Brooklyn Museum, the first woman in the museum’s nearly 200-year history to serve in that position.” [NYT]

New board members for the Rubin Museum of Art. [Artforum]

Here’s an interview with Narcissister. [Metro]

Several hundred Colombian artefacts that were seized by Spanish police during a 2003 drug trafficking investigation have been returned. [The Art Newspaper]

Matisse’s cut-outs (currently at the Tate Modern) are coming to MoMA in October. The show will include the room-sized cut-out The Swimming Pool, which has been out of public view for about 20 years. [NYT]

Here’s the deal with Klaus Biesenbach and Patti Smith’s festival in the Rockaways. [NYT]

Yesterday’s Masterpiece art fair in London drew 7,000 visitors including celebrities like Tom Ford and Rod Stewart. [The Art Newspaper]

“You can meet a huge collector on hydrofoil” — “Greek Tycoons Host Fetes Where Art Markets Are Built.” [Bloomberg] 

Morning Links: Narcissister Edition