Morning Links: Fundamentals Edition

(Courtesy Patrick McMullan)

(Courtesy Patrick McMullan)

Marion Maneker warns that last night’s Leo auction “had all the hallmarks of a market driven by anything but fundamentals.” [Art Market Monitor]

Here’s a party report from the Brant Foundation’s Sunday event. [WSJ]

Tate Britain gets rid of explanatory texts. [The Guardian]

Controversial “stolen” Banksy is planned for auction, again. [NYT]

A new film by Oliver Stone’s daughter profiles James Grashow, an artists who works with papier-mâché and cardboard. Oscar buzz is already huge. [NYT]

“Why Can’t We Take Pictures in Art Museums?” [Art News]

The Met’s roof garden opens today. [NYT]

Contemporary art show opens inside the Tower of London. [The Art Newspaper]

Morning Links: Fundamentals Edition