Morning Links: Vintage Pop Stars Edition

Dolly Parton

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“Winners and losers from the art market’s new rules.” [Financial Times]

An online museum for Bruce Springsteen. [NYT]

“Despite legal challenges, sale of Hopi religious artifacts continues in France.” [NYT]

Dolly Parton, 16th Century beauty. [The Art Newspaper]

A Picasso and a Dali were sold to Iranian collectors showing the country’s rising interest in fine art. [Tehran Times]

Sebastian Smee at the newly renovated Clark Art Institute. [Boston Globe]

Opinion: art institutions should give artwork, which was stolen by the Nazis, to the rightful descendants of Holocaust victims. [WSJ]

Students in the Bronx will have broadened opportunities in arts education due to newly passed budget increase. [NY Daily News]

The controversy over counterfeits in the Indian art market. [Business Standard]

More on Koons: he’s planning a 19,325 square-foot mansion on the Upper East Side. [Page Six]

Julian Bell on British Folk Art. [London Review of Books]

Morning Links: Vintage Pop Stars Edition