Art & Pancakes, March 24th, 2019

A short stack of art news for your Sunday morning.

Silicon Valley Just Got the Green Light to Build a Monument to Itself Link

The Tate joins the National Portrait Gallery announcing they will no longer accept funding from the Sackler Family Link

In a Landmark Resolution, German Culture Ministers Pledge to Lay the Groundwork to Return Colonial-Era Art Link

Should galleries adopt the Tinder approach? Dealers face a difficult marketplace but industry leaders say “engagement is the currency of the 21st century” Link

How the Bauhaus became the 20th century’s most influential movement Link

All of the Artists in the Venice Biennale Link

Passings: Barbara Hammer, Pioneering Queer Experimental Filmmaker Link

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