Morning Links: North Korean Propaganda Edition

Pyongyang propaganda poster. VIA THE INDEPENDENT

Pyongyang propaganda poster.


“Warhol Underground,” on view at the Centre Pompidou-Metz until November 23, shows more than 150 photos of the Pop artist and his Factory friends. [Flavorwire]

Nothing has really improved for migrant workers building outposts of the Guggenheim, Louvre, and the Zayed National Museum on Saadiyat Island in Abu Dhabi: issues of extremely poor working conditions and low pay persist. [The Art Newspaper]

Roger Brown’s “Virtual Still Life,” curated by Jay Gorney, at Maccarone Gallery in New York. [Contemporary Art Daily]

Excerpt: In a scheme right out of Hollywood, Ely Sakhai would buy original Rembrandts and then commission and sell forgeries. [Salon]

ISIS and Oxford undergraduate students apparently have something in common, art-wise. [Newsweek]

Opinion: plans to renovate L.A.’s Convention Center show a lack of unconventional thinking. [L.A. Times]

On August 1st, a self-explanatory exhibition titled “Escaping Time: Art from U.S. Prison,” opened on Governor’s Island. [The Huffington Post]

Pyongyang propaganda posters, rarely seen outside of North Korea, will be shown in Beijing this week. [The Independent]

Joyce Kozloff on her visit with Georgia O’Keeffe in 1972. [Hyperallergic]

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