Art & Pancakes, August 4th, 2019

A fresh stack of Art news for your Sunday morning.

Museums cannot ignore artists’ values: Artists are increasingly concerned about the ethical principles of the museums and galleries in which they show their work. Link

With Warren Kanders Gone, the Eight Whitney Biennial Artists Will Keep Their Work in the Show After All. Link

Baltimore Museum of Art dedicates a year of exhibitions to women. Link

‘We Need to Tell a Different Story’: Why Tamir Rice’s Mother Samaria Is Collaborating With Contemporary Artists to Honor Her Son’s Legacy Link

Hackers Attacked the Asian Art Museum of San Francisco. Are Other Cultural Institutions Next? Link

A stitch in time: How craftivists found their radical voice and may offer an alternative, powerful means of political expression. Link

The Case for Keeping San Francisco’s Disputed George Washington Murals by Roberta Smith Link

Art Galleries that Moonlight: To increase revenue in a crowded field, galleries are developing side hustles as event venues and corporate art advisors. Link

Facebook and a French teacher settled their 8 years-long lawsuit over Gustave Courbet’s “L’Origine du monde.” Link

It’s official: Law approved by French parliament this month states that the Notre Dame cathedral must be rebuilt as it looked before the devastating fire. Link

New York sets aside $212 million for next year’s cultural budget—another record for the city. Link


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