Morning Links: Expenses Edition

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Christopher Knight on Eli Broad: “Why go to the expense of taking over a major art museum when you’ve already got effective control of it?” [LA Times]

Vanity Fair’s reporting leads Phillips de Pury & Company to pull Pollock’s purported last painting. [VF via AMM]

Plans to give Milan’s Pinacoteca di Brera more independence from the state has raised fears of “privatization.” [The Art Newspaper]

Bloomberg previews the Brooke Astor collection, soon headed to Sotheby’s. It’s pretty dog-heavy, art-wise. [Bloomberg]

Morning Links: Expenses Edition