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The artblog Reader Advisor

[This weekend on the artblog Reader Advisor: You can now see “Truther” art at the 9/11 museum; HuffPo helps you match your Matisses to your mantelpieces; and several musically and comedically gifted ladies ask why their art has to be labeled “women’s work”. — the artblog editors] More Met vs. MoMA News: Vanity Fair Heats Up the Discussion, via Vanity Fair Open Relations With Cuba Means Exchange of Art With Major Museums, via NY Times Art and Imprisonment: The Unique Works of Guantanamo Detainees, via Hyperallergic In Discovering Plethora of Looted Works, Italy Lucks Out, via The Guardian 9/11 Museum ... More » »

Light sculpture

The artblog Reader Advisor

[This week on the artblog Reader Advisor: If you’re reading our blog, you might not need advice from Lifehacker and GQ on how to stop faking it and actually enjoy art–but we have it anyway, along with a Guardian rundown on artists’ low income, and a few choice Sundance recommendations. — the artblog editors] List of Ways to Actually Enjoy (Rather Than Pretend to Enjoy) Art, via Lifehacker Raising Relevant Questions, The Economist Reviews Represent: 200 Years of African-American Art in the Philadelphia Museum, via the Economist This Amusing “Bullshitter’s Guide to Modern Art” is Surprisingly Helpful, via GQ Magazine ... More » »

Political cartoon

The artblog Reader Advisor

[This week on the artblog Reader Advisor: You’ve got two extra days to see Matisse at MoMA, which is battling the Met for prestige and future trustee money; Artnet columnist Coline Milliard sees the Charlie Hebdo tragedy strengthening art, especially political cartoons; and Forbes’ “30 Under 30″ list features more women than ever before. — the artblog editors] In Response to a Changing Art Market, Auction Houses Now Guaranteeing Prices (Again), via New York Times Competing Collections: Contrasting MoMA and The Met, via Vanity Fair How the Charlie Hebdo Tragedy Will Reinforce Art, via Artnet Forbes’ 30 Under 30 List is Now Live!, ... More » »

Woman in kayak

The artblog Reader Advisor

[This week on the artblog Reader Advisor: Will Smith shows up in Cuba to buy art; HuffPo rounds up influential street art; a Japanese artist is in trouble for making her genitals into a water-worthy vessel. — the artblog editors] Surpassing Picasso and Francis Bacon, Warhol Claims Spot as Top-Selling Artist of 2014, via Bloomberg In a Shockingly Myopic Move, Japan Moves to Indict Artist for “Vagina Kayak,” via NPR The Israel-Palestine Conflict Continues: Palestine Now Seeking War-Crimes Against the Jewish State, via Gawker In Cuba, the Art World is About to Flourish, via New York Times Here’s the Huffington Post’s ... More » »

Buildings

The artblog Reader Advisor

[This week on the artblog Reader Advisor: Where to go on what remains of your holiday break; ballooning art-market growth upsets artists and dealers alike; why some art forgers want to get caught. — the artblog editors] Hyperallergic’s Poignant List of the Most Powerless People in the Art World, via Hyperallergic 2014: The Year of Groundbreaking Art Sales, via The Art Newspaper Public Art and 2014: A Year in Review, via City Lab Desiring Apprehension: Why Some Art Forgers Actually Want to Be Caught, via The Atlantic Check Out this List of 19 (Free) Museums to Visit Over the Holiday ... More » »

Hand in a window

The artblog Reader Advisor

[This holiday week on the artblog Reader Advisor: Jeff Koons lawyers up against another accusation of plagiarism; Holland Cotter sums up the art world in 2014; and Rachel Harrison sculpts “shapes that can’t be described”. — the artblog editors] Gaybashers Arraigned: Preliminary Hearing Finds Fault With Suspects, via Philly Mag Unsurprisingly, Nebraska and Omaha Are Suing Colorado Over Marijuana, via Gawker Holland Cotter Gives an Opinionated, Factual Account of the 2014 Art World, via New York Times New York’s Newly Renovated LGBT Center Boasts an Impressive Art Collection, via Hyperallergic Jeff Koons is Being Sued for Plagiarism…Again *Yawns*, via Artnet ... More » »

Photograph

The artblog Reader Advisor

[This week on the artblog Reader Advisor: Gifts galore; transgender New Yorkers will get insurance coverage for gender reassignment; Miami gets a contemporary art institute; and more. — the artblog advisors] Miami is About to Get Its Own Institute of Contemporary Art (Unsurprisingly Funded by Billionaires), via New York Times Popular Online Music Magazine Fact Has Released Its List of 2014’s Best Albums, via Fact Mag In the Wake of Rolling Stone’s Clumsy Handling of Yet Another College Rape Case, Mother Jones Takes the Magazine to Task, via Mother Jones Gawker’s Guide to a Perplexing Predicament: How Police Are Able ... More » »

Painting

The artblog Reader Advisor

[This week on the artblog Reader Advisor: Say goodbye to clip art and hello to artist Jeanette Hayes; see into corporate art collections with a new, 700-page publication; and find gift ideas for stressed-out friends and family. — the artblog editors] ArtFCity Takes a Critical Eye to Art Basel Miami, via Art F City R.I.P. Clip Art: Microsoft Supplants Image Library With Online Gallery Search, via the Atlantic In the Wake of the Guerrilla Girls, Sexism Abounds in the Art World, via NY Times In Case You Weren’t Informed, You Should Be Paying Attention to Jeanette Hayes, via Rhizome Check ... More » »

Damon Davis, Ferguson, MO (Source: Sebastiano Tomada).

The artblog Reader Advisor

[This week on the artblog Reader Advisor: Ferguson, MO street art; debates on the origins of art “shift” again; some Swiss citizens are barking mad about a dietary custom. — the artblog editors] This Week in Art Basel News: A Possible Wu-Tang Clan Debut and What Top Dealers Are Bringing to the Fair, via The Guardian and Artnet This Week in Street Art: Taking to the Streets in Ferguson and 25 Women Who Are Changing the Game, via Mic and Huffington Post New Discovery Points to Ancient Artistic Culture in Southeast Asia, via Phys.org Apparently, 3% of Swiss Citizens Eat ... More » »

Crane game

The artblog Reader Advisor

[This week on the artblog Reader Advisor: We’ve got new competition on the art blog front; the new Whitney opens May 1; and artblog co-founder Libby Rosof retires, but remains active on our board of directors. — the artblog editors] This Week in Street Art: Exploring Egypt and Oakland, via BBC and National Geographic respectively New York Magazine Beefs Up Vulture With a *Temporary* Art Blog, via Vulture New Developments in the Hunt for a ‘Gay Gene,’ via The Daily Beast Mark Your Calendars: May 1 Marks the Opening of the New Whitney Museum, via New York Times Heads Up, Philly: ... More » »

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