Art & Pancakes, July 29th, 2018

A short stack of art news for your Sunday morning….with coffee, of course.

As Emerging Art Galleries Struggle, This Sotheby’s Vet Thinks He’s Found the Key to Success    Link

Artist Katharina Cibulka Plastered the Facade of Austria’s Most Prestigious Art School With a 56-Foot Feminist Manifesto   Link

Who is the U.S. Artist for Venice Biennale?   Link

Minneapolis Institute of Art to stage major survey of Native women artists   Link

When an Artwork Gets Damaged, Who Has to Pay?    Link

The 1977 MoMA Cookbook: Vintage Recipes and Reflections on Food by Salvador Dalí, Louise Bourgeois, Willem de Kooning, Andy Warhol, and Other Great Artists   Link

Olafur Eliasson on how cooking fuels his art practice   Link

Facebook Censors Rubens Paintings For Nudity   Link

Berlin restores murals neglected for more than a century  Link

When Can Artists Bend Ethics for Art’s Sake?  Link

Nan Goldin and P.A.I.N. Sackler Protest the Opioid Crisis at Harvard’s Sackler Museum  Link

Calif Political Candidate Decries Public Funding for Cheech Marin’s Chicano Art Center. Marin has one the finest Chicano Art collections in the world.   Link

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