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Morning Links: Cactus Omelette Edition

Cacti at the Huntington Library Desert Botanical Garden. COURTESY WIKIMEDIA COMMONS

Cacti at the Huntington Library Desert Botanical Garden.

COURTESY WIKIMEDIA COMMONS

Matthew Darbyshire’s “Suite” at Lisa Cooley in New York. [Contemporary Art Daily]

Here’s a review of “Alec Soth: Songbook”  on view at Fraenkel Gallery in San Francisco. The exhibition shows photographs taken on the artist’s multi-year road trip, during which he took on the role of a small-town reporter at a fake newspaper in order to visually record 21st century communities. [Hyperallergic]

Chicago-based artist Jackie Kazarian has created a Guernica-style mural to commemorate the 100-year anniversary of the 1915 massacre of Armenians by Ottoman troops. [Reuters]

The Whitney’s first exhibition in its new Meatpacking District location will be called “America Is Hard to See.” The museum will reopen on May 1. [The New York Times]

Read this interview with Cory Arcangel ahead of his first solo exhibition in Italy, called “This is all so crazy, everybody seems so famous.” [Dazed Digital]

Ed Ruscha is going to contribute to a 30-day festival at the Barbican with food art—specifically, omelette with cactus. [The Independent]

To celebrate the 100th anniversary of the Coca-Cola bottle, the High Museum of Art in Atlanta is currently showing a selection of Andy Warhol’s Coca-Cola pieces as part of the exhibition “The Coca-Cola Bottle: An American Icon At 100.” [Forbes]

A worker died on the site of Larry Gagosian’s new home, which is currently under construction. [Page Six]

Dubai’s coolest art district is located on Alserkal Avenue in the Al Quoz neighborhood. [Huffington Post]

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