Morning Links: M. Wells Edition

M. Wells. (Photo by Wallyg/Flickr)

The Times spent some extended time with Dawn Kasper, who has moved her studio into the Whitney for its biennial. The less said about the David Bowie incident the better. [NYT]

Here are some new details on the M.Wells at PS1, from its liquor license approval meeting. Seats 55! [DNAInfo]

Widow of deconstructionist Corice Arman says Art+Auction photographer destroyed a $300,000 statue by her husband, and sues. [NYDN]

Kunsthal Charlottenborg was unsustainable because of “crazy financial situation.” [The Art Newspaper]

Irish painter Louis le Brocquy dies at 95. [Guardian]

Banksy’s street art piece taken from one of Detroit’s industrial ruins re-appears, in a gallery that is a converted jail. [WSJ]

Detroit unveils a new contemporary arts festival called Dlectricity in Midtown. [The Detroit News]

Men’s luxury fashion label Ermenegildo Zegna commissions an art installation in Rome. [NYT]

Alex Katz on how he chooses portrait subjects and his famed print of a cow. [Artspace]

Artur Zmijewski has created “a fire under Berlin art scene” with his new Berlin Biennale, says Ulrike Knöfel. [Spiegel Online]

Artist Louis LeBrocquy has died at the age of 95. [Irish Central]

Morning Links: M. Wells Edition