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Morning Links: ‘Warhol Uncanned’ Edition

Andy Warhol–inspired that Campbell's released on its 50th anniversary, in 2012.THOMAS ALTFATHER GOOD/VIA WIKIMEDIA COMMONS

Andy Warhol–inspired cans that Campbell’s released on its 50th anniversary, in 2012.



After the recent theft of seven Warhol soup-can screeprints, Colorado artist Lindsey Wohlman will complete the Springfield Art Museum’s set with photographs of sculptures of Campbell’s cans that she made. Her photographs will hang in the museum’s upcoming show “Warhol Uncanned.” [Springfield News-Leader]

Not quite an audio guide, yet not a map either, the Brooklyn Museum’s app Ask Brooklyn Museum allows visitors to chat with staff members about art. The app is an attempt at understanding how viewers react to pieces in the museum’s collection. [The New York Times]

Although artist Noah Davis died last year, the Underground Museum, an art space that he founded in Los Angeles, lives on. [The Huffington Post]

Here’s everything you need to know about tonight’s Met Gala, an annual event that raises money for the museum’s Costume Institute. [The New York Times]


Only 25 percent of solo exhibitions are devoted to work by women, a survey finds. But things might be looking up—Frances Morris, the new director of the Tate, promises a slate with a greater female presence, and others are following her lead. [The Art Newspaper]


Two pages from an original Hergé Tintin comic sold at auction for $1.2 million. Though hardly a record, the sale is proof of a robust comic-books market. [The Wall Street Journal]


Wolfgang Tillmans on his anti-Brexit posters: “What emerged was the question of belonging… That’s how I came up with the last poster: ‘It’s a question of where you belong. We are the European family.’ It’s borderline happy clappy, but it’s true.” [The New Yorker]

For the past few months, Ai Weiwei has been in Greece, filming and photographing people arriving from Turkey. Now this footage will end up in his first feature-length film: a documentary about the refugee crisis. [The Art Newspaper]

Stéphane Dafflon at Xippas gallery in Geneva. [Contemporary Art Daily]

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