It is Thanksgiving week and we will have that big Bruce Guenther piece (never has there been such anticipation for a post) and we will have several other things for you on this over stuffed holiday. Till then here are some links:
26 female artists on Lynda Benglis 40 years after her uproar raising Artforum ad
. I called it earlier this year
, 2014 has been the year of reassessing women in art
but I'm pretty sure it will be just as important in 2015 and 2016. This issue isn't going away.
Wired explores Facebook's corporate art collection
... side fact: not many know that Mark Zuckerberg has a home in Portland's Pearl District.
Don't tell me how long to look at art
? With the increase of traffic managing and timed museum experiences (forays into performance happenings do create lines too) are we losing some of that "get lost in a museum" experience or is a timed experience just another way that reflects our world where access is the only currency?
In the grand tradition of posting Post as a prefix to everything is Post-Internet art actually a thing?
The fact that the internet seems to be doing just fine seems to indicate that a better term without Post would better serve us since it is very much present, even in the backlash. I prefer terms like; "disconnected survivalism", "offline humanism", "luddite monasticism" and "anchroevangelist." All have some merit depending on the situation like this show at PNCA earlier this year
Francis Bacon exhibition that time forgot
(till now) and a murder mystery.
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