Morning Links: Living Mona Lisa Edition

Three views of the "Living Mona Lisa." THE TELEGRAPH

Three views of the “Living Mona Lisa.”


A group of French technicians and artists created a really creepy “Living Mona Lisa” that can respond to her surroundings and emote, because this is exactly what you asked for. [artnet News]

Despite controversy, Bill Cosby’s art collection will remain on view at the Smithsonian. [Entertainment Weekly]

Tania Bruguera finally got her passport back from the Cuban government. [The Art Newspaper]

Three books and a Pompidou show reevaluate Le Corbusier’s life and work. [The New York Times]

At the Fondation Cartier, Paris is having the first-ever major show of art from the Democratic Republic of the Congo. [The Guardian]

An exhibition at George Adams Gallery explores Elmer Bischoff’s figurative paintings. [Hyperallergic]

Sir Nicholas Penny, the outgoing chief of England’s National Gallery, says that elderly museum visitors can’t sit in gallery seats because teenagers are already there, playing around on their phones. Those darn teens! [The Telegraph]

Aspen is having a little street-art renaissance. [Aspen Times]

A group show at Francesca Pia. [Contemporary Art Daily]

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