Morning Links: Vandalized Rothko Edition

Defaced Rothko at the Tate. (Courtesy The Guardian)

Defaced Rothko at the Tate. (Courtesy The Guardian)

“Luxury hotels have been increasingly adorning their public spaces with high-end art, but now, some are going a step further by decorating their suites with museum-quality works.” [NYT]

Jacob Bernstein at Take Home a Nude. [NYT]

Here’s a profile of Jennifer Rubell. [NYT]

Deborah Solomon stirs up some trouble uptown. [Page Six]

A new show at Tate Britain looks at the history of vandalized art, but doesn’t mention the vandal who defaced a Rothko at Tate Modern last year. [Bloomberg]

“Allen Jones: master or misogynist?” Jonathan Jones weighs in. [The Guardian] 

Here’s Kelly Crow on the Mike Kelley retrospective at MoMA PS1. [WSJ] 

Work by Dutch artist Jan Schoonhoven, sold at Sotheby’s in June, identified as stolen. [The Art Newspaper]