Morning Links: Fan Cave Edition

Our only photo of Cohen. (Courtesy Getty Images)

Our only photo of Cohen. (Courtesy Getty Images)

Steve Cohen buys Picasso’s Le Rêve from Steve Wynn—who once stuck his elbow through the painting—for $155 million. [Page Six]

For some reason the MLB Fan Cave is getting an art gallery. [ArtsBeat]

Bloomberg interviews Nick Cave about his Grand Central horses. [Bloomberg]

Here’s a slideshow of Matthew Barney’s J. Crew modeling photos. [The Huffington Post]

Jonathan Jones considers art heists: “It may sound like a tasteful crime, but art theft is almost always the work of the world’s grubbiest gangsters.” [The Guardian]

On the messy battle over the estate of Merton D. Simpson, an African art dealer who was also an Ab-Ex painter and worked with the Spiral Group. [NYT]

Art on BBC Radio 4, by Mark Wallinger, Christian Marclay and others, courtesy Artangel. [The Daily Telegraph]