Morning Links: Vegan Beef Tartare Edition

55903675 013091521 2 Morning Links: Vegan Beef Tartare EditionA report from the live performance of Alex Israel’s As It LAys talk show organized by the Museum of Contemporary Art Los Angeles. [Los Angeles I'm Yours]

Hong Kong collectors may not be ready to support the local gallery network. [AMM]

Rachel Corbett reports from the annual anniversary celebration at the Austrian Cultural Forum. “[V]egan beef tartare and food-based performance art were on the menu.” [Artnet]

“In recent years… foreign museums, dreading entanglement in costly ownership battles, are more hesitant to make loans. So [American dealers] have asked Congress to increase the security for global art swaps.” It’s not going well. [NYT]

Two men deface painting that depicted the South African president’s genitals. [AP]

“He does have a fondness for this guerilla activity,” said Jeanne Greenberg Rohatyn, a gallerist who owns Salon 94 and has shown [Takeshi Miyakawa's] designs. “But it is always linked to an event as it was here during Design Week.” [NYM]

Diego Rivera painting coming up at Sotheby’s may set a new record for the artist. [AP]

A profile of Australian artist Andrew Rogers. [The Art Newspaper]

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