The Appendix: Fake Madoff Auctions; U.K. Culture War; The Cost of Keeping a Koons

The Appendix: Fake Madoff Auctions; U.K. Culture War; The Cost of Keeping a Koons
"The Appendix" is ARTINFO's daily round-up of other reading material from around the world.

- Fake Madoff Auctions: Coming to a town near you. [Time]

- U.K. Culture War: PM pens a culture critique. [London Times]

- Rags to Riches: After 4,000 hours of restoration work, a tapestry returns to view. [Telegraph]

- Rugby, De Kooning, and the Art Business: Christie's CEO Edward Dolman in 10 questions. [The Star]

- Sam Taylor-Wood to Marry Actor, Age 19: Ex-husband Jay Jopling had dated Lily Allen, age 23. [Evening Standard]

- Canadian Arts Awareness: Government launches national arts initiative. [Globe and Mail]

- All in the Family: Aristocrats sell silver to keep their home. [Telegraph]

- Lend Him Your Ear: 902 Van Gogh letters online and translated. [Van Gogh Museum]

- The Lifestyles of the Brants: Koons balloon dog costs $75–100,000 a year to maintain. [Connecticut Post]

- Ground Zero Arts Center: Time is not on its side. [NYT]

- CCTV Repeat: The Beijing building is already being rebuilt. [AP]