Morning Links: The Andy Warhol Before Fame Edition

Andy Warhol. (AP Photo/William John Kennedy via Allen Cooper Enterprises)

Christie’s will offer two very fine Alexander Calders at its big upcoming Imp-mod auction. [ArtDaily]

New York magazine has a cover feature about “How to Make It in the Art World.” [NYM]

Here’s an interview with Kraftwerk’s original 3-D animator. [Wired]

“Enterprising painters give Nairobi its first open fine arts market.” [Business Daily Africa]

NPR on Allison Knowles’s salad performance at the High Line this weekend—an “avalanche of salad.” [NPR]

Tate Modern has started work on its new wing, which is expected to cost $346 million. [Bloomberg]

Beastie Boy Mike D talks about curating a show at MOCA, “Transmission LA: AV Club,” and why corporate sponsorship of the arts is good. [FastCoCreate]

A visit to the Church History Museum of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints and its antiquated core exhibition which dates from 1984 with dioramas of nondescript farmland and non-interactive videos. [NYT]

A new exhibition, “Before They Were Famous,” presents photographs of Andy Warhol and Robert Indiana as young men posing in front of their most iconic images. [ArtDaily]

Robert Lepage defends his Ring Cylce, the controversial “machine” in particular. [NYT]

Here is Dr. Dre talking about the Tupac hologram that performed at Coachella. [WSJ]

Jonathan Jones says Lucian Freud should get his own gallery. [Guardian]