Art & Pancakes, September 8th, 2019

Art news for your Sunday morning….enjoy!

What Do Galleries Owe Their Local Communities? Link

How ethical can museums afford to be? Five major UK art institutions are asked about funding challenges. Link

After her arrest, Nan Goldin decries the proposed Sackler settlement. Link

The Yoko Ono controversy: Government agencies cannot dictate museum programming. Link

Performance art-only fair in Brussels faces challenge of materiality: A Performance Affair introduces new protocol to specify what is on offer and its secondary market development. Link

At age 93, Betye Saar has concurrent solo shows this fall at two major museums — the Museum of Modern Art in New York and the Los Angeles County Museum of Art. Link

Artificial intelligence is revealing secrets about how the Ghent Altarpiece was made—and damaged. Link

Phoenix project rises amid the wreckage of Brazil’s National Museum blaze. Link

Wildfires in Bolivia destroyed 3,500-year-old rock art. Link

Pace gallery adds Nina Katchadourian, as it prepares to add greater emphasis on live-events programming. Pace will share representation of Katchadourian with her longtime San Francisco gallery, Catharine Clark. Link

‘Western Museums Expanding Into China Is a Joke’: Ai Weiwei Decries Cultural Institutions for Their Silence on Hong Kong’s Fight for Democracy. Link

Ghost Ship trial: Max Harris walks out of jail after acquittal; Derick Almena remains jailed after mistrial in his case. Link

The Working Artist’s Guide Link

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