Morning Links: Tintin Breaking Records Edition

tintinc crop display Morning Links: Tintin Breaking Records Edition

An original 1932 cover of the comic ‘Tintin in America’ by late Belgian cartoonist Herge [Courtesy Deccan Chronicle]

Basquiat self-portrait could fetch record-setting $20 million. [Bloomberg]

Drew Barrymore married an art dealer named Will Kopelman over the weekend. [Reuters]

Rare cover art for Tintin in America makes $1.6 million at Paris auction. [Washington Post]

In case you missed it: everyone in London still hates Anish Kapoor’s Orbit tower. [NYT]

Here’s Georgina Adam on Art HK, a few other fairs that have cropped up for that town, and Observer columnist Adam Lindemann. [FT]

“Fashion Institute of Technology student shows her colors in Sherwin-Williams interior design contest.” [NYDN]

Jerry Saltz bemoans how large art and art galleries have become. [NYMag]

Art advisor Todd Levin has curated a show at Washington, D.C.’s Curator’s Office. It’s called “An Architect’s Dream,” named for the Kate Bush song. [ArtDaily]

LA MoCA show brings 250 works of land art under one roof. [LA Times]

Creativity is “like a big baby” according to Annie Liebovitz, whose new work features no people at all. [Guardian]

Munch show at Tate Modern will explore the artist’s fear of losing his sight. [Guardian]

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