Morning Links: Kazimir Malevich Edition

Kazimir Malevich, 'Self Portrait,' 1908-1910. (Courtesy of Tate Modern).

Kazimir Malevich, ‘Self Portrait,’ 1908-1910. (Courtesy of State Tretyakov Gallery, Moscow)

Will Helsinki get a Guggenheim museum? [NYT]

Its deal with eBay has put Sotheby’s stock on the up. [Art Market Monitor]

“Ed Atkins on his Serpentine Sackler Gallery Installation.” [Blouin Artinfo]

Jonas Dahlberg on his proposed memorial to remember the victims of the July 22, 2011, shooting on the island of Utøya in Norway. [Artforum]

Agnieszka Gratza at the LUMA Foundation in Arles, France. [Artforum]

Franco Fanelli on Mikhail Roginsky. [The Art Newspaper]

Reports from the Old Masters sales at Sotheby’s in London: new records! [The Telegraph]

Some crazy artist kids are trying to build a bridge from Red Hook to Governors Island. [Brooklyn Based]

The Costume Institute at the Met is throwing a party for what would have been Charles James’ 108th birthday [Page Six]

The best Bill Murray fan art will be exhibited in an art show entitled, “The Murray Affair.” [Mashable]

Kazimir Malevich at Tate Modern [The Guardian]

Reviving the surrealistic camouflage that helped hide the Royal Navy from German U-boats in WWI. [The Guardian]

Morning Links: Kazimir Malevich Edition