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Rare Botticelli Portrait Could Break Records If It Sells for $80 M. and More: Morning Links from September 24, 2020

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A rare 15th-century portrait by Renaissance master  Sandro Botticelli  will be auctioned at Sotheby’s next year—and could break records if it sells for an estimated $80 million.  [ARTnews]
In a complicated legal battle, a group of European art insurers are asking a U.S. federal court to dismiss a lawsuit brought by a New York art dealer over a policy claim related to 12 works that were seized from a Modigliani exhibition in 2017 as possible fakes.  [The Art Newspaper]
Vanessa Guo, a former director at Hauser & Wirth, will open a new gallery in Paris’s Marais district focused on emerging Asian artists.  [ARTnews]
Alexander Klabin, a former hedge fund manager, is no the executive chairman Sotheby’s Financial Services, where he’ll oversee its art financing branch. Klabin will also have a financial stake in the auction house.  [Art Market Monitor]
After racking up $5 million in attorney fees, the two foundations battling for the estate of Robert Indiana have reached a settlement.  [The Art Newspaper]
The American Museum of Natural History in New York fired a curator after an investigation determined that he had sexually harassed a graduate student he was supervising.  [The New York Times]
The American Folk Art Museum in New York has received a trove of 500 works by self-taught artists—from Thornton Dial to Martín Ramírez—from collector  Audrey B. Heckler .  [The Art Newspaper]
The Metropolitan Opera has canceled its 2020–21 season, and will return next September with Terence Blanchard’s  Fire Shut Up in My Bones , an adaptation of columnist Charles M. Blow’s memoir.  [The New York Times]
Art & Artists
A Chinese woman has created a series of brazen public art protests to try to free her husband from prison. One action involved rolling giant inflatable balls across a suspension bridge.  [South China Morning Post]
Yxta Maya Murray writes about “ Ming Smith ’s pioneering excavations of Black femininity.”  [The New Yorker]
When the Institute of Contemporary Art San José opens for four days to serve as a polling site, it will also debut a 50-foot mural by artist Amir H. Fallah .  [The New York Times]
For the latest entry into his “Great Works, In Focus” column, Sebastian Smee writes Chéri Samba’s 2004 painting  Problem of Water , which currently hangs in the Museum of Modern Art in New York.  [The Washington Post]
Kelly Crow looks at an exhibition of new work by Puerto Rico–based duo Allora & Calzadilla at the Menil Collection in Houston.   [The Wall Street Journal]
The coronavirus shutdown has had an outsized impact on the performing arts. Here’s a look at the cultural activities that would have taken place this coming weekend and the stories of the people impacted.  [The New York Times]
Read a review of Van Gogh Alive! at the Royal Hall of Industries in Sydney, which “is essentially a walk-through sound and light show that projects Vincent Van Gogh’s works on to the walls and floors of the giant exhibition hall.”  [The Guardian]
A new art event, called Silicon Valley Sculpture, will bring around 30 outdoor sculptures to Menlo College each year.  [San Francisco Chronicle]
A new film about an artist couple whose lives are upended by a dementia diagnosis gets a scathing review. Jeannette Catsoulis writes, “The best, perhaps the only reason to see  The Artist’s Wife  is Lena Olin, an actor incapable of giving a so-so performance.”  [The New York Times] shares always this Contents with License.

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