Morning Links: Red Bull Art of Can Edition

A work from "Red Bull Art of Can." COURTESY RED BULL

A work from “Red Bull Art of Can.”


In Philadelphia, an entire show will be dedicated to art made using Red Bull cans. It will be called “Red Bull Art of Can” and is, of course, sponsored by Red Bull. []

The Street Art Museum in St. Petersburg, Russia, will attempt to permanently house art that’s meant to be temporary. [The Guardian]

A district supervisor in Santa Barbara County wants to remove a work by Steve Olson called In the Closet, which features the phrase “Buy Sexual” written on price tags, from a building lobby. [Lompoc Record]

Tom Hanks has joined the effort to build a Dwight D. Eisenhower memorial. [The New York Times]

In 2012 Kyle Clairmont Jacques and Alexander Johns painted a Bushwick warehouse and turned it into Signal, a contemporary-art gallery. Now Signal is a mainstay in its area. [T Magazine]

Thomas Hirschhorn at South London Gallery. [Contemporary Art Daily]

A Trip Advisor survey revealed that travelers unsurprisingly think the Met is the best museum in the world. [Mashable]

“The World Goes Pop,” at the Tate Modern, continues to revise the narrative of Pop art. [The Independent]

At that same exhibition, the Iranian artist Parviz Tanavoli emerges as an undervalued talent. [The Art Newspaper]

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