Morning Links: November 12, 2014

The Alibaba-owned eBay-like site Taobao has shut down a vendor who sells pro-Ai Weiwei t-shirts. [The New York Times]

“Vito Schnabel unveiled a new work by his dad, Julian Schnabel, at a new $9 million residence at 37 E. 12th St. on Monday.” It’s of Bob Colacello, to round out other portraits, he says, of Andy Warhol and Fred Hughes. [New York Post]

The Atlanta Contemporary Art Center has hired Daniel Fuller, of the ICA at Maine College of Art, as curator. [Atlanta Journal Constitution via Artforum]

Director Alfonso Cuaron was honored at the Museum of Modern Art. [Women’s Wear Daily]

Jeff Koons’s Gazing Ball (Charity) event raised $5.5. million for the United Nations Foundation. [The Guardian]

Art and fashion, ever closer! “Chloé has also created a special four-piece capsule collection — a bag by Waight Keller, a top and shorts by the painter Karen Kilimnik, a dress by the multimedia artist Cao Fei and a scarf by the painter Jenny Saville — all of which will also be available on Net-a-Porter starting Friday, Nov. 14” [T: The New York Times Style Magazine]

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