Art & Pancakes, April 14th, 2019

A short list of art news for your Sunday morning. Enjoy!

Frida Kahlo’s Garden Is Still Thriving—Six Decades after Her Death Link

Audience Engagement is NOT Community Engagement Link

Artist Hito Steyerl has joined a chorus of art world voices campaigning for art institutions to cut ties to the opioid-producing Sackler family Link

The Gray Market: Why the Sackler Philanthropy ‘Halt’ Could Mean Even Bigger Changes for Museum Funding (and Other Insights) Link

A Unanimous Vote—and Hollywood Star appearances —Pushes LACMA’s Controversial Building Plans Forward Link

In Milan, Feminists Protest a Public Sculpture that Supposedly Stands for Women’s Empowerment Link

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2 Responses to Art & Pancakes, April 14th, 2019

  1. The link on the Milan Feminists Protests doesn’t work? and it’s the only article I wanted to read!

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