Morning Links: Legacy Edition

Rene Magritte’s La Grande Table set a new record for the artist when it sold at Sotheby’s France for $6.6 million. [ArtDaily]

Holland Cotter on the legacy of the Armory. [NYT]

“Submerge founders are shaking up D.C.’s art scene.” [Washington Post]

Christie’s Dubai Arab, Iranian, Turkish Mod/Cont brings in $5.9m. [Art Market Monitor]

Guy who vandalized a Picasso gets solo show (in Houston, though). [CBC]

In case you missed it, there’s a great Franz Kline coming up at Christie’s. He’s very popular now, Kline. [NYT]

Jonathan Jones on the Seattle Art Museum’s move to show only female artists in its permanent collection galleries. [The Guardian]

Morning Links: Legacy Edition