The church of Madonna del Carmine in Montegiordano is sitting in a storage hanger. The 19th century Calabrian building was purchased by artist Francesco Vezzoli for his show at MoMA PS1, where he planned to reconstruct the church brick by brick. The Italian culture ministry is holding up the transport, although Vezzoli says his contract states that the building is free from any restrictions, governmental, cultural, religious, or otherwise.
In other news, the Lena Dunham's Tiny Furniture loft is for sale, and 39 Toulouse-Lautrec works were in the Munich Nazi raid. See the headlines after the jump.
• Vezzoli’s church stuck in limbo | The Art Newspaper
• Lena Dunham's Parents Sell New York Loft Featured In 'Tiny Furniture' | HuffPost Home
• Nazi-Era Munich Trove Includes 39 Toulouse-Lautrec Works | Hyperallergic