Art & Pancakes, March 10th, 2019

A smattering of art news to Spring Forward with on your Sunday morning! Enjoy!

Venice Biennale to address art in the post-truth era. Link

As institutions pursue multimillion-dollar expansions, art world inequities spark labor campaign by museum workers. Link

Two Swedish Artists, Simon Goldin and Jakob Senneby, Are Hiring One Lucky Person to Do Absolutely Nothing for the Rest of Their Lives with their Eternal Employment Project Link

So many women artists who are considered essential to the story of art don’t show up at major auction sales. The new artnet Intelligence Report looks closer at why that is—and whether it’s likely to change. Link

The Richard Saltoun Gallery will donate 5% of its sales from the Independent New York fair to A.I.R. Gallery, the first artist’s cooperative gallery for women in the United States. Link

Artist Andres Serrano buys Trump’s wedding cake for $1,880 but is tight-lipped about his plans for the baked goods. Link

According to Art Basel and the UBS Global Art Market, smaller galleries rely on just one artist for almost half their income. Link

Carolee Schneemann, feminist trailblazer who redefined the body as a site for art, has died. Link

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