Morning Links: Adam Lerner Edition

Here’s the Art Market Monitor round-up of Armory Week sales so far. [AMM]

Third Kenny Schachter sibling buys work from the other two. [The Art Newspaper]

The Times takes on the “Bushwick as the new Chelsea” theory. [NYT]

Museum of Contemporary Art Denver director Adam Lerner accidentally slammed a car door on his head this morning! “I think my head is getting too big,” he quipped on Twitter, perhaps alluding to the Timesrecent glowing profile of him, which we linked to earlier in the week. [@AdamLerner]

After serving as director of the Walters Art Museum in Baltimore, Md., for the past 18 years, Gary Vikan announced that he plans to retire. [ArtDaily]

Martin Gayford explains why spending $71 million to keep an early Picasso in the U.K. would be a waste of money. [Bloomberg]
The women of Pop in pictures. [Guardian UK]

Model/actress Agyness Deyn’s kooky apartment, which looks like it was inspired by Salvador Dali’s Persistence of Memory, sells for $2.18 million. [Curbed]

Financial Times calls the New Museum triennial “dismayingly familiar.” [FT]

A festival devoted to slow art. [Guardian]

A profile of Malcom Morley, who has a show at Yale University School of Art. [WSJ]