Morning Links: Paul McCarthy Edition

Mr. McCarthy. (Courtesy Hauser & Wirth)

Watermill Center Summer Benefit Saturday will include a 60-foot-tall work by Paul McCarthy. [Page Six]

Here are some more details on the 83,000-square-foot Beijing freeport. [The Art Newspaper]

Christopher Knight points out how much Warhol there’s been at the L.A. MOCA recently. [The LA Times]

Jed Perl: “A Los Angeles Art Museum Commits Suicide.” [The New Republic]

There are budget and attendance trouble at the MUMOK in Vienna. [Artforum]

The Portland Art Museum has a new director of education and public programs. [ArtDaily]

If you’re in the Hamptons this week, check out the film on John Chamberlain. [The Art Newspaper]

Here’s a slide show of another one of those take-an-object-around-the-world-and-photograph-it works. This time with a giant red ball that started in June. [Telegraph]

Check out Christie’s highlights for its upcoming sale of modern and contemporary Arab, Iranian and Turkish art. [ArtDaily] Morning Links: Paul McCarthy Edition