Art & Pancakes, November 4th, 2018

A platter of art news just for you on a Sunday morning…enjoy!

1980’s Aerial Photographs by David T. Hanson Reveal the Environmental Scars of American Industry   Link

Venice Museums Reopen After Dangerously High Tides and the Worst Flooding in Decades   Link

“The art world is very suspicious of anyone that comes in from a different career,” says John Waters on the occasion of his new museum retrospective. “And I get why.”  Link

Andy Warhol Inc.: How He Made Business His Art   Link

‘We’re Not Fixing the Mess’: The Curator of the 10th Berlin Biennale, Gabi Ngcobo, Refuses to Exorcize Europe’s Colonial Ghosts   Link

Sometimes there’s a fine line between science and art.   Link

How Artist Emekah Ogboh Became One of Europe’s Fastest-Rising Stars—Without a Gallery or PR   Link

Artists Are Painting Trompe L’Oeil Murals to Soothe People with Dementia   Link

10 artists who rebelled against the patrons and institutions that supported their work   Link

Art Institute of Chicago gives open access to thousands of images of its collection   Link

Vessel Gallery, Oakland Art Murmur Fixture, to Close Following Lease Termination    Link

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