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Morning Links: Shigeru Ban Edition

Ban's Paper Log House in 1995 in Kobe, Japan. TAKANOBU SAKUMA/COURTESY PRITZKER PRIZE

Ban’s Paper Log House in 1995 in Kobe, Japan.

TAKANOBU SAKUMA/COURTESY PRITZKER PRIZE

Deborah Solomon on the Delaware Art Museum’s deaccessioning efforts. [The New York Times]

Sotheby’s released its results for the first half of 2014, reporting a 24 percent increase in auction sales. [CNN Money]

“Artist Ryan McGinness’s edgy but still official-looking red-and-black signs have garnered much interest from passersby, but the most widespread reaction has been theft.” [The Wall Street Journal]

Chinese art dealer Robert H. Ellsworth has died at 85 [The New York Times]

The Perez Art Museum Miami has received a $1 million grant in support of its programs for children. [Miami Today via Artforum]

Here’s a profile of collector Jens Faurschou. [The Wall Street Journal]

“Artist and UC Davis professor Conrad Atkinson claims that art world darlings Gilbert and George have ripped off a series of works of his from the late 1980s and early 1990s in a 2007 work.” [Artnet News]

“Cuba is in talks with the Bronx Museum to organise the first major exhibition by a US museum in the country.” [The Art Newspaper]

How the Met and the Brooklyn Museum approach social media and the Internet. [The New York Times]

Louise Lawler at Metro Pictures. [Contemporary Art Daily]

Martha Schwendener walks the High Line. [NYT]

In case you missed it: Dana Goodyear’s great profile of Shigeru Ban, who designed the new Aspen Art Museum. [The New Yorker]

Update, Aug. 10: An earlier version of this post misstated the percentage of Sotheby’s profits.

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