Art & Pancakes, September 10th, 2017

Art news on a Sunday morning….be safe.

Women Arts Organization has a great list of emergency funding organizations for artists, musicians, writers, regional areas   Link

Chicago Trib Commentary: Look at the arts, and you’ll see the feeling of the nation is dislocation   Link

In Los Angeles, Artists Open a Museum to Resist Displacement: The Artists’ Loft Museum    Link

Artist Matt Necker’s Mobile Museum Brings Miniature Art to Rural Vermont    Link

Gas, a New Art Gallery Inside a Truck, Parks Itself in LA   Link

Comparing the costs of being an emerging artist in New York, Los Angeles, and Berlin   Link

New Affordable Housing Resources for SF Artists   Link 

Why High Rents Make the Art World Boring   Link

More Than Half of London’s Galleries Are Failing and 5 Other Blunt Observations    Link

Artnet News: How Julie Mehretu Created Two of Contemporary Art’s Largest Paintings for SFMOMA   Link

SFGate:  SFMOMA’s new lobby art, a pair of enormous paintings by Julie Mehretu (each 27′ x 32′) comes at a price   Link

When Museums Sell Their Art, Where Should the Money Go?   Link

Wide Open Walls Scatters New Murals Across Sacramento   Link

Evidence Mounts that Rembrandt Used Optics to Paint Self-Portraits   Link

Photographers, Men in Authority, and Sexual Harassment   Link

Francis Bacon Pope Portrait Resurfaces After 50 Years for sale (of course) at Christie’s London   Link

Study: Seniors who create art & attend arts events have better health outcomes than those who don’t   Link

8 Influential Art Historians You Should Know   Link

Art Museum Crit: Has Indianapolis Museum of Art’s CEO Charles Venable turned the museum into a members-only club de-emphasizing art and accessibility in favor of flowers, food and fun (with fees)   Link

Winner of a BP Portrait Award Donates Share of Prize Money to Anti-BP Protests   Link   Excellent

How William Eggleston transformed photography in America   Link

 

 

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