Art & Pancakes, October 30th, 2016


Art news for your Sunday morning. Boo!

In Brooklyn, 600 Women Artists Unite for a Photograph   Link

How do you help a disappearing community? If you’re curator Fram Kitagawa, you do it with contemporary art. Link

Before paint chips, paint manufacturers made sample books to advertise their variety of tints and hues   Link

A Photography Biennial Asks a Perennial Question About the Medium’s Objectivity   Link

7 Things You Didn’t Know about Hokusai   Link

Students March on Art Institute of Chicago to Protest Trustee’s Ties to Public Education Cuts   Link

Getty Announces 24 New Partners, $1.25 M. in Funding for Pacific Standard Time: LA/LA   Link

Explore the San Francisco’s Bay Area’s Tunnels for art finds   Link

An Alchemist’s Dream: thousands of pigments in a Tokyo store   Link

The Photographers of 1870s London Who Documented Their Disappearing City   Link

In the Art World, Globalism’s New Spin   Link

“It’s not clear what the economic interests of many tech firms involved in arts funding are.”   Link

The afterlife of Polaroid   Link


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