Morning Links: Styrofoam Van Gogh Edition

(Courtesy via the NY Daily News)

British works are in the spotlight for the sale of Old Master, Modern and Contemporary Prints at Sotheby’s London on Sept. 19. [ArtDaily]

Artist Theaster Gates is building up his South Side neighborhood of Grand Crossing, turning a complex of neglected Chicago Housing Authority apartments into mixed-income artist housing with an arts center. [The Art Newspaper]

Invisible-Exports will present a group show with work by Joseph Beuys, Paul P. and Amanda Ross Ho. [ArtDaily] 

Korean artist Lee Kyu Hak makes replicas of Vincent van Gogh paintings out of clips of newspapers, magazines and styrofoam. [NYDN]

Stuart Jeffries talks to painter Peter Doig as he prepares his show for Michael Werner’s new London branch. [The Guardian]

Anna Edwards of the Daily Mail marvels at the work of John Stezaker. [Daily Mail]

The Sartorialist gets a pop-up gallery show in Chelsea for fashion week. [NYT]

“A Valuable painting by Spanish- born abstract artist Domingo Zapata has been vandalized by a partygoer at the Dream Downtown Hotel.” [Page Six]

“Victims of forgery are ‘left in limbo,'” reads the headline of this piece in The Art Newspaper. “I’m in limbo,” says the first source, a victim of forgery. [The Art Newspaper]

A trove of photographs that will be launched into space will first be previewed at Bryant Park. [NYT]

Morning Links: Styrofoam Van Gogh Edition