Speaking on Paper
The New York Times recommends MoMA’s show of drawings entitled Glossolalia.
Bourgeois Spider and Fees
Bloomberg reports on the sale of Bourgeois Spider sculpture and new break points for auction fees at $50k and $1 million.
Palm Beach Post reports on an art theft and the $25k reward AXA Insurance is offering for information. (Quotes after the jump.)
The two artworks — a 1964 linocut titled Jacqueline Lisant and a 1904 etching titled Le Repas Frugal — are valued at a total of $450,000, police said. The burglars got in by breaking a pane of glass in a French door in the rear courtyard of the building, police said. Investigators think the burglars were familiar with the site because they entered through the back and bypassed other artworks on their way to the front of the building, where the Picassos hung