Morning Links: Heath Robinson Edition

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Times Style section goes deep with Jeanne Greenberg Rohatyn. [NYT]

Here’s an article about this year’s Turner Prize, with all the requisite Tino Sehgal head-scratching. A nice nugget is Tracey Emin’s old advice for nominees.: “Don’t worry too much. The price of your work is going to double. ” [NYT]

“Sotheby’s (BID) first commercial auction in mainland China raised $37 million and set a record for Chinese-French artist Zao Wou-Ki in Beijing yesterday.” [Bloomberg]

Our friend Nate Freeman on the fashion-ification of Art Basel Miami Beach. [NYT]

Page Six has chosen to promote Roman Kriheli over any other artist at
Art Basel Miami. If you have thoughts about the politics of why this
might be, drop us a line. [Page Six]

Here’s a profile of NeueHouse, the group work space with strong ties
in the art world. [WSJ]

Kate Sutton goes to Indonesia. [Artforum]

Kusama’s mirrored room is a hit with Instagrammers! [NYT]

There is a Kickstarter campaign to start a Heath Robinson museum. [The Guardian]

“The fight for droit de suite in the US to be reawakened next year with new draft of legislation and fresh Senate sponsors” [The Art Newspaper]

A new documentary explores whether Vermeer used mirrors to paint his masterpieces. [Vanity Fair]

Morning Links: Heath Robinson Edition