Morning Links: Dasha Zhukova as the New Russia Edition

dasha zhukova Morning Links: Dasha Zhukova as the New Russia Edition

Dasha Zhukova (Courtesy Scott Morgan/Patrick McMullan Company)

Christie’s will offer not one, not two, but three works by Yves Klein at its Post-War and Contemporary Art Evening Sale in London later this month. [Art Market Monitor]

Report: Damien Hirst’s longtime girlfriend left him and then he threw a party. [The Daily Mail]

The Paris Photo fair plans to launch another edition in Los Angeles, a city notoriously difficult for art fairs. [Los Angeles Times]

Peter Pomerantsev profiles Dasha Zhukova as she and Rem Koolhaas prepare the new Garage Center for Contemporary Culture. [Newsweek/The Daily Beast]

$20-million Gerard Richter painting alights at Art Basel. [Bloomberg]

At Scope Basel, fair-goers will be able to browse and reserve artwork via new services on Collectrium’s iPad app: “Virtual Viewing Room” and “Artwork Reserve.” [SFGate]

Jenny Saville, the artist whose work appeared alongside Damien Hirst in the Royal Academy’s 1997 “Sensation” show, has her first solo show in a British public gallery. [Guardian UK]

“A $30,000 Picasso painting and $5,000 silver candlesticks were missing from a jailed ex-Ukrainian prime minister’s California mansion after more than 100 teens broke in and threw a raging boozefest.” [NYPost]

Los Angeles County Museum of Art hosts an exhibition of those silhouette title cards that play at the beginning of James Bond movies. [WSJ]

Willard Bond, painter of sailing, dies at 85. [NYT]

The Golden Gate Bridge gets an exhibition to celebrate 75 years. [NYT]

Here’s an article about architecture and Czechoslovakia’s Velvet Revolution. [WSJ]

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