Art & Pancakes, February 24th, 2019

Art news for your Sunday morning…dig in!

The investment firm that commissioned Wall Street’s “Fearless Girl” is now suing the Artist Kristen Visbal for trademark infringement. Link

A Spate of Lawsuits Is Targeting Art Schools for Failing to Comply With Disability Act Standards Link

As many arts institutions begin the process of examining their roles in systemic forms of oppression, the Maryland Institute College of Art in Baltimore, one of the most prestigious art schools in the United States, has issued a memo about racism in its history. Link

Mary Boone, who was sentenced to 30 months in jail for filing false tax returns last week, will close her storied New York gallery in May. Link

Ruangrupa artist collective picked as artistic director of Documenta 15 Link

Because of Building Issues, Armory Show Will Move Some Exhibitors, Volta Canceled Link

All the UK’s 150,000 public sculptures to go online Link

What Depictions of Nefertiti Say about the Way Society Views Gender and Race Link

Artists Who Donate Work to Benefit Auctions Get Little More Than Good Karma Link

Harvard Puts Online a Huge Collection of Bauhaus Art Objects Link

San Francisco Art Institute opens its Warhol trove of Polaroids, prints for first time Link

With sale of Rothko, is SFMOMA creating a heritage, or dismantling one? Link

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