Morning Links: Eric Clapton’s Richter Edition

Eric Clapton, making guitar face.

Michael Kimmelman calls Louis Kahn’s Four Freedoms Park on Roosevelt Island “a belated and monumental triumph for New York and for everyone who cares about architecture and public space.” [NYT]

Eric Clapton will sell a Richter that he purchased at auction in 2001 with an estimate of £9 million to £12 million ($14.5 million to $19.3 million). [Bloomberg]

Marshall Heyman goes to the Richard Phillips opening reception at Gagosian. The article’s headline: “West Coast Culture in NYC.” [WSJ]

Next up for the Met Costume Institute: “Punk: Chaos to Couture.” [The Daily Telegraph]

Tate Modern and Tate Britain have bees on them. [The Art Newspaper]

“Ai Weiwei: ‘China’s art world does not exist'” [The Guardian]

Indiana’s Evansville Museum to sell a rare, forgotten Picasso. [NYT]

Director of Broad Art Museum says impact of the museum is going to be “enormous.” [Lansing State Journal]

The Saint Louis Art Museum will open on June 29, 2013, with a free festival for the public. [ArtDaily]

Check out the “inside-out” house by Walter Kershaw, “Britain’s first graffiti artist.” [The Guardian]

Morning Links: Eric Clapton’s Richter Edition