Morning Links: Miami Hangover Edition

miamiBurning cash at Art Basel Miami Beach: two collectors attack the VIP preview. [NYT]

Art Basel Miami Beach has rebounded in a big way since the 2008 financial crisis slammed the fair. [The Art Newspaper]

“Art dealer and artist Tony Shafrazi publicly went “ballistic” on Barbara Gladstone Gallery director Max Falkenstein at nightclub LIV in Miami over the estate of Keith Haring, multiple sources told Page Six.” [Page Six]

Here’s a profile of the art books publisher Primary Information. [WSJ]

The most important ‘monuments man’ may have been a Parisian woman. [Der Spiegel]

“When is a van Gogh not a van Gogh?” [Los Angeles Times] 

Jonathan Jones has a characteristically odd theory about the importance of video art. [The Guardian]

A French court has allowed an auction of 25 Hopi artifacts which were allegedly stolen. [NYT]

Picasso Baby was nominated for a Grammy for best music video. 🙁 [WSJ] Morning Links: Miami Hangover Edition