Morning Links: Patience Edition

144159406 Morning Links: Patience Edition

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Contemporary art buying in New York appears to be reaching the heights of the last bubble. [Art Market Monitor]

Richard Phillips will debut another Lindsay Lohan movie at Art Basel. [Page Six]

Dan Kedmey asks, “Is a Basquiat painting really worth $16 million?” [The 6th Floor]

Suzanne Landau, chief curator of fine arts at the Israel Museum, has been named director and chief curator of the Tel Aviv Museum of Art. [ArtDaily]

Met Director Thomas Campbell asks for patience from the press regarding Cambodia’s statue repatriation request. [Culturegrrl]

The first Queer New York International Arts Festival hits the Abrons Arts Center. [The Lo-Down]

Here’s Jenny Holzer on her slogans. [The Guardian]

At Serai, the restaurant at Rubin Museum of Art, the chef creates “flow and harmony” inspired by the Museum’s Himalayan collection. [WSJ]

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