Art & Pancakes, August 19th, 2018

A short stack of art news for your Sunday morning….dig in.

Artist Martin Puryear has been chosen to represent the U.S. at the Venice Biennale   Link 

A powerful image of Aretha Franklin by Artist Milton Glaser will go on view at the National Portrait Gallery to honor her legacy.   Link

British Museum Returns Looted Artifacts to Iraq   Link

After Protests, Months of Negotiations, MoMA Union Reaches Contract Agreement   Link

How conservators keep masterworks of outdoor sculpture safe.   Link

The Hirshhorn Museum acquired its first work of performance art by Artist Tino Sehgal   Link

Berlin artists face poverty and a gender pay gap of 28 percent, according to a new survey.   Link

Artists are entrepreneurs. We should compensate them accordingly.   Link

The Morning Routines of Famous Artists, from Andy Warhol to Louise Bourgeois    Link

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