Morning Links: Gagosian Missing Court Edition

Gagosian. (Courtesy Patrick McMullan)

Gagosian missed a court appearance last week because his schedule was too packed. [NY Post]

Are you on Team Jeffrey? [Greg.org]

On the eve of the 100th anniversary of the Armory Show exhibition in New York, Jennifer Schuessler asks if art can still shock. [NYT]

Marilyn Minter has joined Twitter. [@MinterMarilyn]

Gloria Vanderbilt opens a painting show, plans a book. [Page Six]

A van Gogh is discovered to be suffering from chemical damage, thanks to varnish added by the artist. [BBC]

Art historians in Dallas discover that a painting by Velásquez of King Philip IV may be the first one he ever did of his patron. [ArtDaily]

Murals at Harlem Hospital, done by artists in the 1930s, get restored. [NYT]

Sarah Pickstone wins John Moores Painting Prize. [BBC]

Louvre Abu Dhabi acquires photographs. [The Art Newspaper]

Parisian exhibition about Impressionism and fashion travels to America next year. [WSJ]

Morning Links: Gagosian Missing Court Edition