Art & Pancakes, January 8th, 2017

A short list of art news on a stormy Sunday. Enjoy!

A New Generation of Photographers Are Embracing Authenticity—and Finding It in Analog Film.   Link 

RIP John Berger (1927-2017). A great loss for the art world (imho). Watch his classic “Ways of Seeing” (1972) in its entirety.   Link

John Berger and Susan Sontag Take Us Inside the Art of Storytelling (1983)   Link

5 art lessons from Bauhaus master, Paul Klee.   Link

From Joan Jonas to Theaster Gates, These 8 Artists Fooled the Art World with Alter Egos   Link

Titus Kaphar is painting images of the criminal justice system we need to see.   Link

Artist Manabu Ikeda Spends 3+ Years Drawing Massive, Incredibly Detailed Tsunami Painting.   Link

Excellent: A Guerrilla Campaign Is Replacing Ads with Art Around New York City   Link

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