Art & Pancakes, January 31st, 2016


Art news tidbits for your Sunday morning.

Francis Bacon biography researcher finds friend’s unpublished diaries   

The Berkeley Art Museum Moves into an Earthquake-Resistant Space with an Outdoor Screen   Link

How to use the F-word in 2016: The Guerrilla Girls Twin Cities Takeover   Link

UC Santa Cruz celebrates over 40 years of fine printmaking in new exhibit   Link

The anarchic 1920s Tokyo art movement Mavo and the internationalism of the Japanese Avant-garde   Link

Robert Rauschenberg’s electronic tennis match – and other art experiments   Link

Artist Wafaa Bilal’s ‘blank books’ project seeks to restock historic Baghdad library   Link

Five Legal Cases Changing the Art Market as We Know It   Link

Commercial (Un-)Versus Fine Art   Link

Steve McQueen’s thoughts on the Oscars and “I wanted to be an artist. That was it.”  Link

25 years of frieze magazine, all online, all free.   Link

Confronting Crisis: An Interview with Syrian Artists Tammam Azzam, Sara Shamma & Kevork Mourad   Link



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