Morning Links: Restoration Hardware Edition

(Courtesy restorationhardware.com)

(Courtesy restorationhardware.com)

Steven A Cohen will sell $80 million worth of art at this season’s auctions. [NYT]

Roberta Smith on Banksy: “…the copywriters of the ads for Manhattan Mini Storage are often funnier.” [NYT]

“Painting thought to be by Delacroix discovered in Santa Barbara.” [LAT]

$1 billion in financing has been lined up for the proposed MoMA tower, which will sport 145 luxury condos and 36,000 square feet of gallery space. [WSJ] 

Curious to know what Restoration Hardware is doing in the art game? Sure you are! [T: The New York Times Style Magazine] 

A Jane Austen biographer is not a fan of the writer’s portrait on the new £10 note. [The Guardian] 

“Displaced Brooklyn artists take action against landlord.” [The Art Newspaper]

There is a satirical campaign to raise PayPal funds so that Marina Abramovic will retire. [The Guardian]

Morning Links: Restoration Hardware Edition