Art & Pancakes, April 28th, 2019

Art news for your Sunday morning (the 28th). Enjoy!

Chicago has launched a street art registry to prevent beloved murals from being inadvertently destroyed. Link

As ‘Serial Plaintiffs’ Target Art Gallery Websites for Disability Act Violations, Some Dealers Are Settling—or Scrambling to Get Up to Code Link

….and A Spate of Lawsuits Is Targeting Art Schools for Failing to Comply With Disability Act Standards Link

After studying US census data since 1850, an economist says that with every $10,000 in total family income, a person is about 2% more likely to go into a creative occupation. Link

Over 30 artists and curators protest Tate’s decision to resume ties with Anthony d’Offay amid sexual allegations. Link

New Banksy mural appears in support of Extinction Rebellion protest in London. Link

Notre Dame benefits from the battle of the billionaires. Link

Notre Dame: experts explain why Macron’s five-year restoration deadline is impossible. Link

Nancy Holt’s desert Sun Tunnels will be cleaned and repaired—but the bullet marks are staying: The artist considered the streaks left by gunfire to be part of the Land Art work’s evolution. Link

EU copyright crackdown is intended to protect artists, but might it damage their market instead? Link

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