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Why the Wndr Museum isn't a ‘selfie factory’: a defense of the pop-art pop-up



This summer brought us a new, Instagram-friendly kind of gallery/”museum”: the “pop-art pop-up,” you could call it, a traveling cluster of interactive installations with lots of eye candy—and lots of selfie and Instagram possibilities—designed to be easily enjoyed by any kind of audience, art-world outsiders and children included. The first to blow in, Happy Place, arrived in May, “a new traveling circus—the Instagram trap,” the Reader‘s Ryan Smith called it (a slideshow by Reader photo editor Jamie Ramsay is here).…

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