Morning Links: Anemic Edition

How are the artworks in New York’s subway stations doing after Sandy? [Art in America]

Jonathan Jones files a winner: “The real enemy of Michelangelo’s Sistine art isn’t us – it’s the Vatican.” [The Guardian]

Artforum helpfully summarizes Die Zeit‘s recent article about contemporary art platforms. [Artforum]  

Michael Craig Martin, the eminent Goldsmiths teacher whose students included Damien Hirst and many other YBAs, says British art schools are in danger of decline. [The Art Newspaper]

Sotheby’s will auction the archives of Russian film master Andrei Tarkovsky. [ArtDaily]

It’s the art not the storm that is to blame for Christie’s “anemic” sale. [NYT]

Marion Maneker has the auction write-up breakdown, and says it’s the trend for Christie’s to over-stuff its Imp-Mod evening sales. [AMM]

On the “muscular” designs of Frank Furness. [WSJ]

“The performance era is now,” writes RoseLee Goldberg in an opinion piece. [The Art Newspaper] Morning Links: Anemic Edition