Art & Pancakes, February 11th, 2018

Art news for your Sunday morning….♥!

Palo Alto Wants to Tear Down a Giant Computer-Egg Sculpture—Artist Adriana Varella asserts that her work is protected under the Visual Artists Rights Act  Link

Artist Mark Grotjahn has rejected MOCA LA’s 2018 gala award, claiming a lack of diversity in the museum’s previous honorees leading to a deeper discussion about inclusivity   Link

Manchester Art Gallery removes John William Waterhouse’s ‘Hylas and the Nymphs’ from public display   Link

Medievalists and Monster Scholars Unite to Decry the Met Museum’s New Admissions Policy   Link

Art World Largely Silent as Artforum and Landesman Continue to Fight Sexual Harassment-related Lawsuit   Link  and then…. Prominent Artists and Art Workers Demand Artforum Boycott to Avoid Lining the “Pockets of an Abuser”   Link

French art dealers have joined growing criticisms of Jeff Koons’s controversial monument to Paris’s terror victims.   Link

10 art history classes you can take online (for free)   Link

Frieze Art Fair Is Looking to Launch in LA Next Year, According to Report   Link

In a Sign of the Times, Frieze New York No Longer Requires Exhibitors to Have a Physical Gallery Space   Link

Framing Justice: How do photographs tell the story of citizenship in the United States?   Link

Jay DeFeo’s Creative Independence Has Made Her an Icon for Artists   Link

Jackson Pollock’s First Love Was Sculpture, Not Painting   Link

At Age 84, Living Legend Sam Gilliam Is Enjoying His Greatest Renaissance Yet  Link

‘Insta-gran’ Kimiko Nishimoto discovers that it’s never too late to experiment with inventive photography   Link

 

 

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