Morning Links: David Koch Edition

The Sunday Times has named the Guggenheim’s Maurizio Cattelan app to its list of the top 500 apps of the

Courtesy Forbes.

The Sunday Times has named the Guggenheim’s Maurizio Cattelan app to its list of the top 500 apps of the year. Here’s a nice video excerpt of the app, which includes Andrew Kreps telling the interesting way in which he met the artist. [Guggenheim]

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A judge has ordered that a 16th-century Girolamo Romano painting be returned to the family of a man who owned it before World War II, ruling that its sale by the French Vichy government was illegal. [WP]

“‘Generationally wealthy’ art connoisseurs impacting market for 19th century oriental rugs.” [ArtDaily]

An exhibition hopes to fuse Buddhism and contemporary art. [WSJ]

London’s Impressionist and Modern sale at Christie’s raises $214 million, up from last year’s $135 million. [Bloomberg]

Ai Weiwei is collaborating on the Chinese pavilion for the London Olympics. [The Guardian]

David Koch will buy the Met a new plaza. [NYT]

Photographers come together to document Israel. [FT]

Morning Links: David Koch Edition