Morning Links: Frank Gehry Edition

Terry Richardson’s diary is updated for this first day of March with pictures of Sky Ferreira, at night; John Donaghue, at night; Linda Evangelista, at night; and Jared Leto, at night. [Terry’s Diary]

In the new issue of Artforum, Lynne Cooke and Larry Bell pay tribute to sculptor John Chamberlain, whose work with crushed car parts were deemed stylistically related to Abstract Expressionism. [Artforum]

The Titian masterwork Diana and Callisto, the second in a pair of paintings, goes to the National Gallery for £45 million ($71.7 million), $8 million less than the asking price when the paintings were offered to the nation in 2008 by their owner, the Duke of Sutherland. The first painting was secured in 2009. [Guardian UK]

Paris botanist Patrick Blanc, known for creating lush vertical gardens on the walls of museums, hotels, and parking lots creates vertical gardens for the 10th Annual Orchid Show the New York Botanical Garden opening this weekend. [NYT]

Sarah Thornton visited the College Art Association’s 100th annual conference and saw “an ocean of gray walls and gray suits.” Benjamin H.D. Buchloh offered a “witty roast” of art historian Rosalind Krauss in a paper called “More on the Difference Between Comrade Krauss and Ourselves.” [Artforum]

Austin Considine profiles YouTube star Hennessy Youngman. [NYT]

Sotheby’s is opening new offices in Hong Kong. [AMM]

Here’s a review of Frank Gehry’s “quietly potent” theater space on 42nd Street. [WSJ]

Josephine Meckseper installed pump jack sculptures on the west side. [NYT]

Turkey blocks antiquities loans to US and UK. [The Art Newspaper]

Marion Maneker has a space-mindful breakdown of the Sotheby’s 4th quarter earnings report. [Art Market Monitor]

Leonardo’s lover “probably” painted that other Mona Lisa at the Prado museum. [The Art Newspaper]

Check out Dan Colen’s new installation at the Karma bookstore. [T Magazine]