Morning Links: Cowboy Edition

A cowboy. (Photo by Paul Bausch/Flickr)

A cowboy. (Photo by Paul Bausch/Flickr)

Kate Sutton at the Paramount Ranch art fair in Los Angeles, where Artist Space had two cowboys modeling Stewart Uoo scarves. “I tried to get us some Hollister models, but we ended up with porn stars,” director Stefan Kalmár told her. “I think it still works, no?” [Artforum]

Carol Vogel talks to New York real estate developer and collector Edward J. Minskoff about the Koons rabbit he has installed in one of his East Village buildings. “I’m a big fan,” he told her. [NYT]

George Condo paints differently after a bout with Legionnaires’ disease. [WSJ]

Pissaro painting sells for a record $32.5 million at London auctions. [BBC]

Here’s the Times‘ obit for Rene Ricard. [NYT]

Posting Rene Ricard’s 1981 “The Radiant Child” again because it’s so rollicking and good. [Artforum]

David Shrigley and Hans Haacke win “fourth plinth” Trafalgar Square statues. [Financial Times]

Sarah Ortmeyer at Dvir. [Contemporary Art Daily]

A studio visit with Nicholas Buffon. [Sex Life]