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The logo for Steve Cohen's S.A.C. Capital Advisors, L.P., which is now Point72 Asset Management.

The logo for Steve Cohen’s S.A.C. Capital Advisors, L.P., which is now Point72 Asset Management.

At Sotheby’s, 43 works from the collection of Bunny Mellon sell for $158.7 million. Every piece on offer sold! [The New York Times]

Cindy Adams endorses Leonard Lauder’s new “age appropriate” marriage. [New York Post]

Steve Cohen bought that $101 million Giacometti at Sotheby’s last week. “Steve is a very serious, very astute collector,” dealer William Acquavella said. “He also has just the right instincts, ones that can’t be learned from reading art history books.” Okay! [The New York Times]

Former Frick director Everett Fahy comes out against the museum’s expansion plans. [Bloomberg]

The Rosenbach Museum and Library in Philadelphia is suing the estate of Maurice Sendak, claiming that it is withholding rare books that had been promised to the museum’s collection. [The New York Times]

The Museum of the Moving Image has tapped film exec Michael Barker to be the new cochair of its board of trustees. [Artforum]

Andrew Butterfield on Rembrandt’s late works. [The New York Review of Books]

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