Morning Links: Collectors Edition


Here’s the latest in The Times‘s series on art auctions in China: “The
Collectors..” [NYT]

Saatchi made Nigella turn down many jobs because he “didn’t want her
cooking outside their London home” [Page Six]

Don’t go thinking all Norman Rockwells are suddenly worth millions. [Burlington Free Press via Art Market Monitor]

Mural artist Walter Kershaw goes to court for allegedly harassing a former girlfriend. [The Daily Telegraph]

The $142.4 million Bacon triptych will be shown at Oregon’s Portland Museum of Art starting Dec. 21. Its owner reportedly resides on the West Coast. [NYT]

The Annenberg Foundation worked secretly to acquire Hopi artifacts sold at a French auction. [NYT]

On the Momenta Art party at Mickalene Thomas’ studio. [WSJ]

Morning Links: Collectors Edition