Art & Pancakes, August 5th, 2018

A small vacation platter of art news for your Sunday morning…enjoy!

Have biennials, triennials and the like outlived their usefulness?   Link

The art of learning: Why art history might be the most important subject you could study today.   Link

Hearing from the Artist Behind Anonymous Was a Woman   Link

Seattle Art Fair’s artistic director Nato Thompson explains what sets this “underdog” event apart from the usual art fair frenzy.   Link

Project Documenting the Deaths of Over 34,000 Refugees Mysteriously Removed at Liverpool Biennial   Link

Married couple may have been thieves who stole $160 million de Kooning painting in 1985…painting found hanging in their bedroom after their deaths.   Link

The Deaccessioning Debate in Museums   Link

Former director of  MoMA’s PS1, Klaus Biesenbach, chosen to head troubled LAMOCA    Link    But then…Debate Ignites in L.A. Over MOCA   Link   …and then “I was a curatorial assistant at PS1 from 2004-6. KB was my boss. If you’re a MOCA staff member, I suggest beginning your job search tout de suite.”   Link to thread

 

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