Saving Louis Kahn's masterpiece Salk Institute
The birth of Indian Art
? Im pretty sure there were predecessors but that doesn't diminish this crucial site.
The Robert Rauschenberg Foundation is appealing the ruling that three of the former employees of the foundation did such an outstanding job that they should be paid $24,600,000 in fees for their services
. Now that might be something akin to the golden parachute amounts most energy company executives can expect but it does seem excessive considering it is a non profit and charitable foundation. Portlander Christopher Rauschenberg seems to be reiterating the charitable aspect in press statements. Basically, it comes down to scale... the unreasonable corporate scale or the more reasonable non profit world scale.
German artists want their white flags back
. mmmkay... it doesn't really work that way.
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