Morning Links: Mugging Edition

muggingNail art is popular right now, “and is being considered as both a form of activism and fine art.” [The Daily Beast]

Jonathan Jones pens panegyric to Rachel Whiteread, “Britain’s greatest living artist.” [The Guardian]
Here are some more details on Hauser & Wirth’s forthcoming art gallery in farm buildings in Somerset, England. [The Guardian]

Tourist mugged outside the Guggeneheim. [NYP]

Here’s Rob Pruitt on his collaboration with Jimmy Choo. [Bloomberg]

Holland Cotter was unimpressed by institutions this year. [NYT]

On Bernard Berenseon, the master authenticator. [WSJ]

“As dealers stretch themselves thinner and thinner, it is inevitable that local art scenes will pay a price.” Roberta Smith’s year in review. [NYT]

Morning Links: Mugging Edition