Art & Pancakes, January 22nd, 2017

Art news for your Sunday morning.

Trump Team Plans to Eliminate National Endowments for the Arts and Humanities   Link

The 1970 New York Artists’ Strike that Prefigured J20  Link

How Black Modern Artists Defied a Singular Narrative in 1971  Link

One Woman is on a Mission to Give Underprivileged School Children Access to Art   Link

From Art21: “Is There Racism in Heaven?” –An Interview with Nick Cave Link

From the NYT– Dogpatch: America’s Next Great Art Neighborhood   Link

Eyeing Recession, Art Stage Singapore Asks If Current Art Fair Model Can Survive   Link

Does Private Funding Actually Threaten Museums’ Public Missions?    Link

Portraitist Oree Originol Honors People of Color Killed by Law Enforcement   Link

Three German Women Who Are Rethinking Sculpture for the 21st Century   Link

The Female Abstract Expressionist Who Was Tracked by the FBI: Beatrice Mandelman   Link

Herb Vogel, a postal worker from Harlem, and Dorothy Vogel, a librarian at the Brooklyn Public Library Gave Away Their Priceless Art Collection to All 50 States   Link

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