Art & Pancakes, September 18th, 2016


Art news for your Sunday morning. Enjoy!

Art Demystified: How do Artist Residencies Work?   Link

First Faculty Lockout in US College History Bars Art Professors from Classes and Studios   Link

Getty Images argued in court that they have the right to charge for works even if they are in the public domain   Link

How the Rembas Family and the Mixografia Workshop in LA Changed the Art World   Link

New San Francisco Art Studio the Savior of the City’s Arts Scene   Link

Can Oakland’s underground spaces survive a rising real-estate tide?    Link

The World of Groundbreaking Artist Kerry James Marshall   Link

Artists Rights: A Collaboration Between the National Coalition Against Censorship & the Center for Democracy and Technology   Link

Artists speak out against the male-dominated Prix Ars Electronica   Link

An Artist Takes Up Residence in Second Life   Link

A Herd of Cats Fill Advertising Placements at a London Tube Stop for Two Weeks   Link

Two Writers Artspeak Their Way Through Ask a Curator Day   Link

Maurizio Cattelan’s usuable 18k gold plated toilet at the Guggenheim, “one-percent art for the ninety-nine percent”   Link

Taryn Simon’s Armory Installation Is a Powerful Monument to Human Grief   Link

Power To… The Art of Protest    Link

101-Year-Old Artist, Carmen Herrera, Finally Gets Her Due at the Whitney   Link

MoMA Digitizes Exhibition Archives, Uploading Images and Data for 3,500 Shows   Link

Folger Shakespeare Library Puts 80,000 Images of Literary Art Online: All Free to Use   Link


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