Morning Links: Steve Cohen Edition

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Cohen. (Courtesy PMC)

Why aren’t New York’s tech millionaires buying art? [NYT]

Bill Arning, the director of the Contemporary Art Museum Houston, remembers his days in a band in late-’70s New York. [The Local East Village/NYT]

More on China’s ‘copycat architecture.’ [CBC]

The Corcoran Gallery may have found its savior in the University of Maryland. [The Washington Post]

Here’s every little detail about how Steve Cohen bought Le Rêve[NYT]

Hopi Indians try to stop artifact sale in Paris. [NYT]

German museum director is not so into Ai Weiwei. [The Art Newspaper]

Tate gets rid of Graham Ovenden prints. [Guardian]

Morning Links: Steve Cohen Edition