Morning Links: Chritrs Edition

(Courtesy Christie’s)

Here are the results from last night’s Warhol auction. [Art Market Monitor]

Christie’s sues Chinese rival over similar name (the “Chritrs Group.”) [The Art Newspaper]

Hundreds of works from the Noguchi Museum damaged by Sandy. [DNAInfo]

Here’s Eli Broad using a pretty big scissor to cut the ribbon on the new Eli and Edythe Broad Art Museum at Michigan State University. [ArtDaily]

What’s Jonathan Jones up to? He’s thinking about Venice, which has been badly flooded in recent rainstorms. [The Guardian]

Madonna joined Klaus Biesenbach in volunteering in the Rockaways. [Gothamist] Morning Links: Chritrs Edition