Once again Tyler Green has some great analysis, this time on how the so called
of a 50 million dollar arts stimulus inclusion... isn't one
. The US is going
to need a new cultural plan to help us gain a new competitive edge in a world
economy where new ideas will determine who is on top. We can't beat China for
workforce or manufacturing but we can innovate. That takes supple minds, a majority
of which need culture to develop.
In Britain there is a slack
. This has been happening in Portland for at least a decade
but the city could encourage it more.
Feuer is downsizing his gallery stable
. Frankly Tal R
was one of his best
artists (and very influential on all of the others), so this might be a good
thing for him to step into a bigger spotlight.
As ever, Edward Winkleman does a great job discussing the ways
gallerists are digging in
to hang on. It isn't solid doom but nobody should
be underestimating the current situation. The active gallerists will create their own luck.
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