Art & Pancakes, February 12th, 2017

Art news for your Sunday morning….enjoy!

The Power of Protest Art and the Dignity of the Protester   Link

How the Art World Airbrushed Female Artists from History   Link

A Brief History of the Art Collectives of NYC’s Chinatown   Link

Merce Cunningham was a radical choreographer. He also made a damn good visual arts curator.   Link

Art Is A Weapon: Hans Haacke on How Art Survived the Bush Administration   Link

How Do Working Artists Live?   Link

Coming Back to Life: MoMA Restores an Obscure Classic by Teiji Furuhashi    Link

SF Bay Area Underground Spaces Elusive Environments   Link

Over 500 Artists and Art Professionals Sign Letter Opposing Trump’s Travel Ban   Link

As the Great Salt Lake Dries Up, “Spiral Jetty” May Be Marooned    Link

8 Artists Giving Knitting a Place in Art History  Link

Delta Airlines Invited Artists to Decorate In-flight Trays  Link

UK Government Art Collection to Open Gallery After Backlash over Limited Public Access   Link

Download All 8 Issues of Dada, the Arts Journal That Publicized the Avant-Garde Movement a Century Ago (1917-21)   Link

3,900 Pages of Paul Klee’s Personal Notebooks Are Now Online, Presenting His Bauhaus Teachings (1921-1931)   Link

Metropolitan Museum of Art puts 375,000 public-domain images in Creative Commons   Link

The Lifespan of Bauhaus Utopianism   Link

Wolfgang Tillmans: ‘What Art Does In Me Is Beyond Words   Link

How Artist Mierle Laderman Ukeles Turned Maintenance Work into Art  Link

Less Is More: Ad Reinhardt’s 12 Rules for Pure Art   Link

Seattle’s Jen Graves Resigns as Art Critic of The Stranger   Link

In Memoriam: Dore Ashton could very well be called the Last Irascible, but she would have laughed it off.  Link


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