Morning Links: Frieze Preview Edition

‘The American Indian (Russell Means)’ (1976) by Warhol. (Courtesy Skarstedt Gallery)

The Turner Prize nominees, reviewed. [The Guardian]

Scott Reyburn offers a nice Frieze preview. [Bloomberg]

The New York Times profiles a 25-year-old who sits outside of MoMA offering portraits at 50 bucks a pop. [NYT]

David Salle is offering his four-story Fort Greene town house for $10 million. Here’s a peek inside! [NYT  via @MC_NYC]

Art company Odyssey Works makes art only for one person at a time. [NYT]

Collectors are mixing and matching ancient and modern works. [The Art Newspaper]

Can capitalism save art? “Artists should learn to see themselves as entrepreneurs,” writes Camille Paglia. [WSJ]

Microsoft co-founder Paul Allen has a pretty good art collection. [Newsweek]

In Hong Kong and Beijing, Chinese and international auction houses are moving in on each other’s territory. [Bloomberg]

Sotheby’s Hong Kong 20th Century Chinese Art fall sale brings in $24.6 million. [ArtDaily]

David Shrigley moves into performance art. [The Art Newspaper]

Morning Links: Frieze Preview Edition