Morning Links: Beeswax Edition

"House" (1993) by Rachel Whiteread.

Jerry Saltz and Justin Davidson on the Met’s new David Koch plaza. [NYM]

“Dali, Klimt Paintings Go Unsold as Buyers Balk at $124.7 Million [Sotheby’s Impressionist-Modern] Auction [in London]” [Bloomberg]

Local man makes art out of beeswax. [AP]

Marion Maneker explains why art market reporter Judd Tully is known as “The Master.” [Art Market Monitor]

Design frim HWKN wins MoMA’s Young Architect Program. [NYT]

Rachel Whiteread, first woman to win the Turner Prize, will redesign the facade of London’s Whitechapel Gallery. [Bloomberg]

Accusations arise that Hungary’s government is attempting to control the cultural sector for political means. [The Art Newspaper]

A sommelier has pled guilty to stealing art in New York “in the midst of a psychiatric episode.” [NYT]

Morning Links: Beeswax Edition