Morning Links: Emperor Tiberius Edition

A marble portrait bust of the father of Drusus, Emperor Tiberius, who rules the Roman Empire from 14 to 37. in the Carlsberg Glyptotek, Copenhagen

A marble portrait bust of the father of Drusus, Emperor Tiberius, who rules the Roman Empire from 14 to 37. Crime The Getty Center was evacuated after receiving a bomb threat by telephone. [ LAist ] The Cleveland Museum of Art returned a Roman sculpture of Drusus Minor, “the bloodthirsty son of Emperor Tiberius,” to Italy after learning it had been stolen from a museum in 1944. It acquired the work in 2012. [ The Plain-Dealer ] Talks “Whose art gets sold, and whose art is visible?” Gavin Brown speaks with Allan Schwartzman and Charlotte Burns about his gallery, the market, and quite a bit more. [ In Other Words ] Sarah Elizabeth Lewis lectured on creativity and social justice at Austin’s SXSWedu conference. Here is a video of her talk. [ SXSWedu ] Museums Activists in Australia are calling for the cancellation of a Hermann Nitsch performance at [...]