Morning Links: Marilyn Monroe Edition

A lesson plan based on the Keith Haring exhibition at the Brooklyn Museum aims to get kids thinking about the economy, punk and hip-hop and HIV/AIDS. [NYT]

In a new video, artist David Shrigley, known for his twee existential animations and cartoons, talks about being a “verified” artist, accepted by the art establishment and the other kind of art he makes. [The Art Newspaper]

Celebrating Robert Wilson’s birthday. [ARTnews]

The Detroit Institute of Arts may receive some financial help if a county tax passes. [Detroit Free Press]

An ancient Greek statute of a woman, valued at €12 million ($16 million), was discovered tucked away in a goat pen. [Guardian]

The Guggenheim is offering sections of the catalogue for John Chamberlain’s 1971 exhibition at the museum as a free download. [ArtDaily]

Photographs of naked people go on view at the Met. [NYT]

Philippe Parreno made a movie about Marilyn Monroe. [The Art Newspaper]

  Morning Links: Marilyn Monroe Edition