Morning Links: Cougar Edition

Vito Schnabel (Courtesy Getty Images)

Vito Schnabel (Courtesy Getty Images)

You’ve read my report already but if you missed the others from last night’s auction here’s Art Market Monitor’s round-up. [Art Market Monitor]

“Hollywood’s hottest cougars are hunting this 27-year-old,” says the New York Post, in a lengthy feature about Vito Schnabel’s sex appeal. [NYP]

Curator Nan Rosenthal has died. [Artforum]

Bondholders aren’t happy that the plan to sell works from the Detroit Institute of Art favors pensioners. [NYT]

An interview with Marina Abramovic: “I had a pistol with bullets in it, my dear. I was ready to die.” [The Guardian]

James Franco was seen at Frieze “with his arms around two women at once.” [Page Six]

“One Collector’s Plan To Save Realistic Art Was Anything But Abstract.” [NPR]

Here’s a story about Andrea Grover, the Parrish Art Museum curator who nabbed an Emily Hall Tremaine Exhibition Award. [The Sag Harbor Express]

Morning Links: Cougar Edition