- Uber, from the yellow-cab driver perspective. [The New Yorker]
- Great Scott! MoMA’s next populist-exhibition will cover the films of Robert Zemeckis. Because you haven’t seen Back to the Future (1985) or Forrest Gump (1994) on the big screen in ages, or ever. [MoMA]
- Chelsea gallery Wallspace is closing. Over the years, we’ve seen some great shows from this 27th Street gallery. These include Harry Dodge, Daniel Gordon, and Shannon Ebner. [Artforum]
- Now there’s data to show that many art galleries can barely manage to get by. [Bloomberg]
- Don’t be that guy or gal who swipes a painting during someone else’s move. [Craigslist]
- Are you—yes, you—a gentrifier? [Slate]
- On the growing trend of Internet mob justice. It’s happening. [Vox]
- The Seattle Art Fair takes place this weekend for the first time. The Stranger‘s Jen Graves says that so far, she’s seen actually good art at the fair. [The Stranger]
- Breaking! Baby elephant likes birds. [Imgur]
- In Santa Monica, art studios face a 45-percent rent hike. Why? The city renegotiated leases for all businesses located on land at the Santa Monica Airport, art studios included. Another question: how do you have artist studios at an airport? [Culture Monster]
- Wanna be the head honcho of a South Korean contemporary art museum? Here’s your chance. [Call for Curators]
Archive of Corinna Kirsch
AFC Senior Editor Corinna Kirsch received her MA in Modern Art History, Theory, and Criticism from the School of the Art Institute of Chicago, where she published a thesis on 1960s and 1970s video art. From 2009 - 2010 she worked at the Weisman Art Museum where she curated exhibitions for the drawing and photography galleries. In 2010 she received the C Magazine New Critics Prize.
Corinna has written 633 article(s) for AFC.
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