Art & Pancakes, March 5th, 2017

Sunday morning Art news for your consideration. Enjoy!

Escape Artists: Why These 7 Creatives Disappeared from the Art World   Link

Learning to See: Photography at Black Mountain College   Link

Theaster Gates: Using the Art Economy to Funnel Funds to Underserved Communities   Link

Kusama Infinity Room Reopens at Hirshhorn Exhibition After Sculpture Damage from Yet Another Selfie   Link

How the Bauhaus School Influenced the Way We Live Today   Link

Home is Where the Art Is: The Visionary Architects Who Shaped Japan   Link

Sophie Calle’s late cat Souris “almost steals the show” … the Deutsche Börse photography prize.   Link

Will New York Get Its Own Freeport for Art? ARCIS Plans a Tax Haven in Harlem   Link

Will Donald Trump’s Tax Plans Hurt Art Museums? Art institutions sound the alarm.   Link

Saving Nina Simone’s Birthplace as an Act of Art and Politics   Link

What is the Role of the Photographer in Our New Political Order?   Link

From the Guardian: The American Art Scene is Dying of Philistinism.   Link

Native Women Share Stories and Songs at the Whitney Museum   Link

Asian Artists and Curators Confront the Cultural Insensitivity at SPRING/BREAK Art Show “Show Mein”   Link

Banksy’s Latest Feat Is a Hotel Overlooking the Israeli West Bank Wall   Link

Artist and Curator Ingrid LaFleur is Running for Mayor of Detroit   Link

Dali’s enigma, Picasso’s Protest: The Most Important Artwork’s of the 1930s  Link

How Wolfgang Tillmans Became the Visual Poet of Britain’s Left   Link

University of Pennsylvania Commissions Sound Artists to Respond to Landscape Photography   Link

23 Artists Hijacked NYC’s Busiest Digital Billboards All Over the City and Turned It Into Art   Link

Passings: Gustav Metzger, pioneer of auto-destructive art, dies aged 90   Link

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