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Artists: Take This Survey, Let the World Know If You Hate Art Fairs

by Corinna Kirsch on July 21, 2014
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The venerable Ed Winkleman is a man of many hats: art dealer, author, and Moving Image fair organizer. And now, he needs your help.

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Thursday Links: Spring Cleaning

by Paddy Johnson and Whitney Kimball on March 14, 2013
  • The Venice Biennale artist list is out. Really heavy on dudes. [Venice Biennale]
  • Google announced yesterday it will discontinue Google Reader July 1st. Guess we gotta go back to bloglines]. [Google blog]
  • The Cy Twombly Foundation is embroiled in lawsuits. There’s some real ugly stuff here: The foundation’s Director, Thomas H. Saliba, is accused of taking more than $300,000 in unauthorized fees with the assistance of the well known art world lawyer, Ralph E. Lerner. [NYTimes]
  • Ed Winkleman writes that historically significant video artists are being overlooked because of a resistant market. It’s not the first time we’ve heard this; Joe Amrhein of Pierogi told us at The Armory Fair last week that it seemed like collector resistance to the medium went up every year. Meanwhile, we see its use increasing in art schools. [Winkleman]
  • MoMA PS1 and MoMA’s Department of Architecture and Design’s call for ideas to create a sustainable waterfront in the Rockaways closes Friday. Submit! [MoMA PS1]
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