If you are in the mood for art world satire, this
bit skewers international biennial culture without mercy
site outlines the tried and true formula for writing travel articles on Portland
. But it should include some cursory mention of art (it is omnipresent here afterall, and the articles always seem to fit it into their formula).
For something less sarcastic... the
Guardian interviews Oscar Niermeyer
. Though with all the gushing over Castro and the fawning over Brasilia
's exceptional architecture (while avoiding its exceptionally iffy civic design) maybe some serious sarcasm is warranted. It's the sort of power meets buildings problem that often gets architects into trouble with historians and the people who have to live in their creations.
Regina Hackett is discussing animals
in Northwest art
. Nothing sarcstic there, animals have been a big deal in the art world since the 90's.
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