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Morning Links: Danh Vo Theft Edition

A detail of part of Vo's work at the Fridericianum in Kassel, Germany. (Photo by Nils Klinger, courtesy of Galerie Chantal Crousel)

A detail of part of Vo’s work at the Fridericianum in Kassel, Germany. (Photo by Nils Klinger, courtesy of Galerie Chantal Crousel)

“National Gallery finalizes agreement to obtain much of Corcoran collection.” [NYT]

David Velasco at Art Basel Hong Kong. [Artforum]

Jiri Kovanda at Wallspace. [Contemporary Art Daily]

Here’s a graph showing how Christie’s contemporary sales have grown while Sotheby’s have not. [Art Market Monitor]

Thief steals part of the Danh Vo sculpture at City Hall Park. [NYP]

The Met will get a Charles Le Brun portrait. [NYT]

Oh, goodness. The guy who vandalized the Rothko at Tate Modern, in his own words. [The Guardian]

On Carsten Nicolai’s Alpha Pulse project at Art Basel Hong Kong. [WSJ]

Here’s a new Princess Nokia video. [Sex Life]

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