Art News Link Dump: March 4, 2016

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Reading Le Figaro by Mary Cassatt, 1883. Private Collection

Sometimes you just need a giant list of what’s happening in the art world right now so here you go:

If you didn’t know, Walt Disney and Salvador Dalí were BFFLs and now there’s Disney and Dali: Architects of the Imagination, an exhibit chronicling their partnership up at the Dalí Museum in Florida from January 23 – June 12, 2016. Here’s a preview:

[via The Dalí]

The elusive graffiti artist Banksy might have been unmasked! Using geographic profiling, a method often used to track diseases and criminal activity, and math,  two professors have determined that Robin Gunningham is the most likely person to be Banksy. Unsurprising since back in 2008 someone else claimed the same thing. [via The Economist]

Calling all talented artists who can imitate Vincent van Gogh’s painting style! The entirely hand painted film Loving Vincent is looking for more painters. It claims to be the first fully painted feature film in the world.


[via Loving Vincent]

The notoriously litigious estate of Robert Rauschenberg has finally decided that going after art lovers with copyright claims for taking pictures of Rauschenberg’s work isn’t worth it. Spreading art is better. Plus, we’re all broke so it’s not like they’d get much money anyway … [via NYT]

We’re kind of in love with Adele and Yayoi Kusama. Turns out they’re a little in love with each other! Kusama gave Adele permission to film her When We Were Young video at the Broad Museum in LA for her performance at the 2016 Brit Awards. *swoon*


[via The Broad]

By: Lauren

Lauren Dare

Sr. Editor