Morning Links: Zep Edition

Jimmy Page is a big collector of Pre-Raphaelite works and has loaned some to the Tate Britain. [The Art Newspaper]

Judge says the Andy Warhol Foundation does not own rights to banana image, in Velvet Underground suit. [NYP]

Deborah Berke wins Berkeley’s architecture prize. [NYT]

Archeologists find pieces of ceramic art 15000-17,000 years old, some of the earliest human attempts at art, in an island cave in Croatia. [NYT]

Barron’s explores art that “won’t break the bank.” Spoiler alert: it’s all on the Lower East Side. [Barron’s]

Francine Prose reviews Matthew Akers’s documentary Marina Abramović: The Artist is Present. [The New York Review of Books]

Phallic symbols lurk in Millais’s Isabella, says a curator at Tate Britain. [AP/Huffington Post]

Sotheby’s has gained access to Beijing’s freeport. [AMM]

Morning Links: Zep Edition