Morning Links: Prada Marfa Edition

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The 2014 edition of the Armory Show’s regional Focus section will highlight China. [The Art Newspaper]

Matthew Day Jackson likes to race cars. [T: The New York Times Style Magazine]

“The Warhol Diffusion Line: Will Art Imitate Fashion?” [Art Market Monitor]

Elmgreen and Dragset’s Prada Marfa (2005) may get the axe. [Texas Monthly/NYT]

George Lucas is competing to build a museum in Presidio, Calif., for his collection of illustrations. [NYT]

Christie’s New York has estimated that art from the collection of the late dealer Jan Krugier will fetch at least $170 million at November auctions. [Bloomberg]

Why did the Art Institute of Chicago close the top floor of its newly opened Renzo Piano addition? [CultureGrrl]

Marshall Berman, 1940–2013. [NYT]

Here’s some advice to aspiring art collectors from Eli Broad. [Los Angeles Times]

The Guardian walks through the career of Mira Schendel ahead of her Tate retrospective. [The Guardian]

Here’s a post-mortem on the Getty’s Pacific Standard Time series, which comes to a close today. [Los Angeles Times]

Morning Links: Prada Marfa Edition