Morning Links: Obsession Edition

(Courtesy Calvin Klein)

(Courtesy Calvin Klein)

The New York Post was pretty shocked by Paul McCarthy’s “X-rated sex-and booze-fueled version of Disney classic hits” at the Armory. [NYP]

There is now a David Bowie mural on Houston. [Bloomberg]

“Swiss art mimics banks by luring foreign millionaires.” [Bloomberg]

Pan American’s Worldport Terminal at JFK has been added to the National Trust for Historic Preservation’s list of endangered places. [ArtsBeat]

Georgina Adam on the ubiquity of white cube contemporary art galleries. [The Art Newspaper]

“Modest art and modest sales” at Christie’s Impressionist and Modern Art evening sale [ArtsBeat]

Haegue Yang has an awesome conversation with Abraham Cruzvillegas. It begins with Ms. Yang: “I remember your beautiful long hair when we met for the first time in L.A. in 2009. Don’t ask me why, but tonight in Dubai, this strange ‘island’ in the gulf region, all of a sudden I found myself thinking about whether it meant anything to you to cut your hair.” [Bomb]

Asher Penn talks with the inimitable Gene Beery. [Sex Magazine]

New Josh Smith work at Standard (Oslo). [Mousse]

A profile of collector Robbie Antonio, who has commissioned David Salle, Julian Schnabel, Takashi Murakami, Marilyn Minter, Damian Hirst and others to create portraits of him as part of his “Obsession” project. [Vanity Fair]

Because summer arrives on Friday (it’s going to be 80 degrees): the 10 best ice cream sundaes in New York. OddFellows and its cornbread sundae are just four blocks from The Journal Gallery, where the excellent “Mushroom Hunter” show is on view through Sunday. [CBS]