Morning Links: Remodeling Edition

(Courtesy Getty Images)

(Courtesy Getty Images)

Teller of Penn and Teller is making a documentary about Vermeer. [NYT]

Alberto Mugrabi snaps up two triplexes in Noho conversion building The Schumacher. [Curbed]

Ronnie Cutrone, the “artist, nightclub impresario and longtime assistant to Andy Warhol” who sometimes contributed to the latter’s “Oxidation” paintings by urinating on them, died at 65. [NYT]

“A Ukrainian artist says that his work, which was due to go on display at the Mystetskyi Arsenal complex in Kiev, has been censored by the venue director, who covered the piece in black paint.” [The Art Newspaper]

Jay-Z’s “Picasso Baby: A Performance Art Film,” his documentary about shooting in Pace Gallery, premieres on Friday on HBO. [Los Angeles Times]

Marina Abramovic is doing a Reddit Ask Me Anything tomorrow to promote her Kickstarter, which is not doing well. [AnimalNY]

Another “stolen” Banksy mural will go to auction. [The Daily Telegraph]

New York’s Hall Art Foundation partners with Oxford University’s museum, the Ashmolean, lending them “blue-chip” contemporary and post-war art for an October exhibition. [The Art Newspaper]

Dorothy Lichtenstein donated $1 million to the Stony Brook Southampton Graduate Arts. [WSJ]

Morning Links: Remodeling Edition