Art & Pancakes, October 7th, 2012

Art news tidbits for your Sunday morning….Enjoy!! ~b

You knew someone was going to do this….Beast Jesus Comes Alive with a Halloween Costume

Kiln Envy: Jun Kaneko’s massive kiln

William Kentridge’s Trauerarbeit: ‘Kentridge describes his multi-layered exploration of the past as a Trauerarbeit, referencing Freud’s ideas about dealing with trauma through re-experiencing it.’  My new favorite word.

Artists Uta Barth and An-My Le are two of 23 winners of the MacArthur Genius Grant Awards 2012

Via Tyler Green: Carrie Mae Weems on racist stereotypes:  I ♥ CMW.

Shortsighted 101: Emory University closes their Visual Arts department, among others

A life cut too short.….Discovering a Young Photographer, and Her Tragic Tale: Esther Kroon

Thought provoking Sunday reading from one of our favorite websites, NonSite: The Aesthetic Politics of Affect

Picasso Descendants Plan Authentication Group as opposed to other groups disbanding authentication committees.

US art dealers make London scene a battleground  It’s not (really) about the art, is it?

William Utermohlen: Art and Alzheimer’s video.  Art historian Patricia Utermohlen speaks about her brilliant late husband, the artist William Utermohlen.   And a link to a chronology of his self portraits:   Heartbreaking.

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