Morning Links: Rolf Harris Edition

Rolf Harris
Rolf Harris (Photo by Ben A. Pruchnie/Getty Images)

Here’s a look at the ongoing debates about how to handle the photographs and negatives of photographers after their deaths. [NYT]

Erik Neil has been named director of the Chrysler Museum of Art in Norfolk, Va. [The Star Democrat]

“Rarely seen Gérôme painting goes on sale in London.” [The Art Newspaper]

What should happen to the works of Rolf Harris since he’s been convicted as a sex offender? [BBC]

Carol Vogel visits the Serpentine Gallery’s latest pavilion. [NYT]

Exploring the “Digital Revolution” exhibit in London. [The Daily Beast]

Artists design ships to commemorate the 100th anniversary of World War I. [The Art Newspaper]

“Liverpool Biennial 2014: A lot of misery and bleakness.” [The Guardian]

The 1970s Athena “Tennis Girl” poster sold for £15,000 at auction — way above the estimated £2,000. [The Guardian]

Morning Links: Rolf Harris Edition