Monday Links: Catch Up Edition

by Paddy Johnson on April 22, 2013 Events

  • Mobile Homestead is a public art space and a faithful replica of the suburban Detroit childhood home of the artist Mike Kelley. Randy Kennedy describes the space as a “free-form community center”, which can be used as a cite for garage bands, an exhibition venue, or a benefit space. The space will open May 11, thanks to the Museum of Contemporary Art Detroit, Mike Kelley, and a host of other workers. Watch it. Kelley thought it would be one of the most important things he ever did. [NYTimes]
  • Imitation of Christ designer Tara Subkoff’s, filmmaker Tatiana Von Furstenburg, and indie star Chloë Sevigny joined forces to produce a short film for MOCAtv. [ARTINFO]
  • Famed Art Critic Harold Rosenberg created Smokey the Bear! [Galleristny]
  • We’ll be providing a full write up later in the week, but for those who missed Rhizome’s Seven on Seven conference this weekend and need to read about it now, there’s the hashtag #7on7HTC and the Rhizome live blog. [Rhizome]
  • The Warhol Foundation is selling Rare and Vintage Posters on The sale will begin Thursday, April 25th and will last 15 days. [Hyperallergic]

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