Morning Links: Cigarette Filter Edition


After a three-year renovation, the Rodin Museum in Philadelphia is set to reopen. [Philadelphia Inquirer]

“I believe that art can be wearable.” Hiroshi Sugimoto talks about his new color-gradient Hermès scarves. [WSJ]

The Washington Monument may need to be closed through 2014 because of damage it sustained in the Aug. 23, 2011, earthquake. [WP] 

Chris Ofili and Mark Wallinger are some of the artists exploring voyeurism in their contemporary take on Titian. [Guardian]

Art sanctions, which include a ban on imported luxury goods like fine art and antiques, hits Syria’s wealthy. [The Art Newspaper]

Aiko stencils her new work on the Bowery graffiti wall, at night. [Bowery Boogie]

The art of the cigarette filter. [NYT]

Sudan relics are at risk due to flooding. [The Art Newspaper]

Ryan Gander discusses his show at Lisson Gallery. [FT] Morning Links: Cigarette Filter Edition