Morning Links: El Bulli Edition

Apple Meuniere at El Bulli in 2003. (Getty Images)

Apple Meuniere at El Bulli in 2003. (Getty Images)

Sotheby’s sale of wine and kitchen equipment from the Catalan restaurant El Bulli, which played a part in Documenta 12, netted $2.7 million. Proceeds go to a nonprofit foundation that El Bulli proprietor Ferran Adria is opening. [Bloomberg]

On gender disparity in art collecting. [Sunday Review/NYT]

Randy Kennedy catches up with Carol Bove on the High Line. [NYT]

Ursula von Rydingsvard will have a sculpture at Barclays Center in September. [WSJ]

Here’s some advice about insuring your various collections against mice, theft and damage that results when your lover throws cay keys at you and they hit art. [Bloomberg]

In case you missed it: here’s a profile of Anne Pasternak. [NYT]

Artist Andrew Ohanesian among those snared in major cocaine ring bust. [Gothamist]

Qatar borrows nude statues from Greece and then censors the man-parts. Greece is outraged, international relations ensue. [The Independent]

Buying a Franz West edition for $36. [Greg.org]

Mark Flood, “Facebook Farm.” [ABAB]

Morning Links: El Bulli Edition