Art & Pancakes, July 28th, 2019

Art news for your sunny Sunday.

Following 8 Artists Quitting the Whitney Biennial, Whitney Trustee Warren Kanders Resigns Amid Criticism of How His Company’s Law Enforcement Supplies are Used. Link

Kyoto Animation Artworks Go on Display Nationwide in Japan in Remembrance of Arson Attack. Link

How Does a Gallery Stay in Business for 35 Years? Lisa Spellman on 303 Gallery’s Staying Power and the Hardest Part of Being a Dealer. Link

Street Art Pioneer Fab 5 Freddy Looks to Renaissance Art for Lessons About Race in His New BBC Film—While Riding a Horse. Link

Troubles continue to plague Germany’s beleaguered Haus der Kunst: The financially strapped Munich museum could lay off 48 staff members. Link

Man Finds Authentic Egon Schiele Drawing in New York City Thrift Store Link

The Late Bob Ross Gets a Solo Exhibition Link

Passings: The Italian artist Marisa Merz, who was a lone female artist in the influential Arte Povera movement, has died aged 93. Link

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