Art & Pancakes, December 16th, 2018

Art news for your wintry Sunday morning…enjoy!

Released From Jail, Artist Tania Bruguera Vows to Remain in Cuba to Continue Her Fight Against a New Censorship Law   Link

New Study Says Americans Twice as Likely to Vote for Candidates Who Support Arts Funding Than Not   Link

The Art World Forges a New Frontier in Texas   Link

How Artists Can Use Copyright Law to Safeguard Their Work   Link

Martha Rosler is not expecting art to end wars or change policy, but she wants to make the viewer pay attention to both in the first place.   Link

How Much Should Taxpayers Pay for a Private Museum? A French Watchdog Group Files a Claim to Find Out   Link

The Whitney’s Dilemma   Link

California Arts Council and the Teaching Artist Guild: An interactive, multi-layered digital map to showcase the depth and breadth of the field of teaching artistry.    Link

Doris Salcedo’s army of women reshape the meaning of guerrilla weapons   Link

The National Gallery of Art picked Kaywin Feldman as its new director, the first woman to run the museum.   Link

Why You Can’t Always Buy a Work of Art Just Because You Have the Cash   Link


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