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Morning Links: Collections Edition

Dia Director Philippe Vergne. (Courtesy Patrick McMullan)

Dia Director Philippe Vergne. (Courtesy Patrick McMullan)

Dia cofounders’ Sotheby’s lawsuit is withdrawn. [NYT]

Here’s a list of everyone who went to Peter Brant’s on Sunday. [Page Six]

A former beer-brewing factory will become a public art center in Berlin, financed by Burkhard Varnholt and Salome Grisard. [Artforum]

“Germany Says 590 Artworks in Munich Haul May Be Nazi Loot” [Bloomberg]

Carol Vogel previews the auctions, nothing new here. [NYT]

“China’s richest man is being hauled over the coals after splurging US$28 million (HK$218.4 million) on a Picasso.” [The Standard]

Germany will form a task force on looted art. [NYT]

Tate finds 370-year-old bullet holes in gilded-bronze statue of Charles I. [The Art Newspaper]

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