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Morning Links: Dismaland Edition

Dismaland. Photo by Christopher Jobson for Colossal.  VIA BUZZFEED

Dismaland. Photo by Christopher Jobson for Colossal.

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The late Congolese artist Kiripi Katembo, who died of malaria on August 5, will have a solo show of never-before-seen works at London’s 1:54 art fair  in October. [The Art Newspaper]

Group show “Synecdoche” at Jessica Silverman Gallery in San Francisco. [Contemporary Art Daily]

Never mind: Queen Nefertiti is likely not buried near King Tut, says Egypt’s leading archeologist. [The Art Newspaper]

Two people have claimed to know of a Nazi-era train in Poland filled with art and gold. [NBC]

Welcome to Banksy’s Dismaland. [CNN]

Artists in Philadelphia have collected over 30,000 knots, each “representing a personal hardship or societal challenge,” for an art piece to be made in time for the pope’s visit next month. [ABC]

Robots and machines are predicted to surpass human intelligence in a century. But will they ever make great art? [The Huffington Post]

Artist Heather Barnett discusses her collaboration with “super intelligent” slime mold. [Wired UK]

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