Morning Links: 3-D Printed Mona Lisa Edition

Unseen Art's 3-D printed Mona Lisa. COURTESY UNSEEN ART

Unseen Art’s 3-D printed Mona Lisa.


Unseen Art is 3-D printing masterpieces, like the Mona Lisa and Starry Night, so that the blind can interact with them. [The Creators Project]

For an exhibition of the Light and Space artist’s work from between 1958 and 1970, Robert Irwin will create a new site-specific installation at the Hirshhorn. [The Art Newspaper]

The Miami art scene is getting interested in opening up shop in a new neighborhood: Little Haiti. [The New York Times]

An enlarged Milwaukee Art Museum offers “an opportunity to see things we think we know all over again.” [Milwaukee Journal Sentinel]

Andrew J. Maus is now the director of the Plains Art Museum, in Fargo, North Dakota. [Minneapolis Star Tribune]

Kim Cook, the former president and CEO of the Arts Council of New Orleans, is now leading Burning Man’s art department. [Reno Gazette-Journal]

At MediaLounge, in the West Village, Star Wars can be viewed in the form of a single LED light. [Bedford + Bowery]

Nick Mauss at Eleni Koroneou. [Contemporary Art Daily]

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