Monday’s Art Notes

BY Molly Finnegan  June 7, 2010 at 10:09 AM EDT

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‘Classifieds’, by Laura Ortiz is pictured during a preview for the Pinta London Art Show at Earls Court in west London. Pinta London ran from June 4 to June 6, and showcased a range of Latin American art. Photo by Ben Stansall/ AFP/ Getty Images

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The British Museum decided to collaborate with Wikipedia on the entries dedicated to the museum after the staff acknowledged that more people were getting information about the Rosetta Stone from the well-known online encyclopedia than the museum website, via the New York Times.

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An essayist for the Los Angeles Times tries to define communal creative culture in the age of the Internet.

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Film director Wim Wenders, currently at work on a film about choreographer Pina Bausch, says the documentary (as opposed to the cartoon or action flick) is a perfect form to utilize 3D technology, via the Independent.

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The Smithsonian’s first smart phone app is a virtual tour of the current Yves Klein retrospective at the Hirshhorn Museum.

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Himan Brown, the producer who created ‘Dick Tracy’ and many other popular radio dramas, died at age 99 in Manhattan, via the New York Times.