Morning Links: Miami Edition

miami-will-smithRed Hook Bansky piece from his New York “residency” heads to the auction block in Miami. [WSJ]

Artist destroys Ai Weiwei work at the (newly renamed) Pérez Art Museum Miami as a protest. [NYT]

Here’s part 2 of former dealer Virginia Dwan’s interview with Artforum. [Artforum]

Corporations are jettisoning their art collections. [The Huffington Post]

How would Scottish independence affect its art holdings? [The Art Newspaper]

The town of Dixon, Ill. has plans for a very creepy-looking statue of Ronald Reagan. [Los Angeles Times]

Colin Gleadell analyzes the London auctions: “It’s official! The art market has reached a new peak, and it’s good, old-fashioned painting, figurative and abstract, that’s driving it.” [The Daily Telegraph]

A New York Hotel Flaunts A Contested Keith Haring Painting [Hyperallergic]

Morning Links: Miami Edition