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[Today on the artblog Reader Advisor: Video artists can still submit to the ICA's open call; iOS8 might involve a tricky getting-to-know-you process; an argument to rent instead of own (art, that is). -- the artblog editors] Last Call for Video Artists: Now’s Your Chance to Submit to the ICA’s Annual Open Video Call, via the Institute of Contemporary Art of Philadelphia Perverse Prince: Infamous Voyeur/Artist Now Exhibiting Instagram Photos, via Page Six iOS 8 is Upon Us: Here are Some Tips to Ensure a Smooth Experience, via Wired Stalling Selfies: U.K. Arts Council Chairman Proposes “No-Selfie” Hour, via Complex ... More » »

abstract painting of many colors

The artblog Reader Advisor

[This week on the artblog Reader Advisor: Miley Cyrus makes a colorful visual art debut; two lists of must-see shows in Philly and NYC; artists whose work is a platform for activism can apply for a Rauschenberg Foundation grant. -- the artblog editors] Trite Yet Amusing: Miley Cyrus’s NYFW Art Debut via the New York Post Marketing Philly’s Future: New Proposal to Merge the City’s Campaigns via Philly.com Check Out This List of 8 Must-See Shows in NYC This Fall, via Paper Mag The Ever-Popular David Lynch Visited His Once-Home of Philadelphia This Week via WHYY Newsworks Philly.com’s List of Must-See Fall Shows in ... More » »

Photograph of Nicky Da B in 2012 by Lauren Darling

The artblog Reader Advisor

[This week on the artblog Reader Advisor: A Columbia University student takes a visual stand against rape; the odds are stacked against public artists; and Neanderthal cave art shows that our predecessors were more sophisticated than we thought. -- the artblog editors] Do Nude Photographs An Exhibition Make? This Artist Thinks So, via Huffington Post With Ongoing Performance Piece, Columbia Student Confronts Her Rapist, via New York Mag The Sad Legal Reality of Public Art, via Observer Art and Fashion Week Collide, via Artnet A Visual Survey of Global Street Art, via Chicago Now   Sudden, Tragic: NOLA Artist Nicky ... More » »

Photo courtesy of Huffington Post

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[This week on the artblog Reader Advisor: ArtFCity gives Philadelphia's alternative scene a lot of love! Huffington Post takes the Frick Museum to task for developing its historic garden space; Wall Street Journal tells of jail time for a Jasper Johns' assistant; and artnet reports on a museum controversy in Aspen that involved tortoises as "moving" pedestals for iPads. -- the artblog editors] Finally, Philly in the Spotlight: ArtFCity Visits the City of Brotherly Love, via Art F City How ArtLifting is Changing Lives, One Work at a Time, via CNET Controversy at the Frick Over Status of Garden, via Huffington Post James Meyer: Assistant to Jasper Johns and Art Thief!, via Wall Street ... More » »

Photo by Antoine Lutens and courtesy of the New York Post

The artblog Reader Advisor

[This week on the artblog Reader Advisor: Forbes, Artnet and The Daily Beast give us art business news; the New York Post recounts a mischievous art performance at the Whitney Museum; and Vice delivers the world of  Vegan Neo-Nazi cupcakes. -- the artblog editors] Art Sales in the Age of the of the Internet Part 2: Fine Art in the Public Spectrum, via Forbes Amy Poehler as an Art Dealer?, via Artnet Art Forgery Takes Ebay: How the Online Auction Site Has Been Overrun, via The Daily Beast Bloody Brilliance: Canadian Performance Artist Makes Statement at the Whitney, via New ... More » »

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The artblog Reader Advisor

[This week on the artblog Reader Advisor: Pro basketball player Ron Artest's latest name change has him going by "The Pandas Friend"; an LA Times op-ed explains why people need to see gruesome war photos; and Wired profiles Edward Snowden. -- the artblog editors] Art Sales in the Age of the Internet: Artspace and the Changing World of Web Sales, via Bloomberg The Future of Art in Washington D.C., via Washington City Paper Photographing the Unseen: War and What Goes on Behind the Scenes, via The LA Times Shenanigans at Sotheby’s: One Corporation’s Financial Plight, via Art F City Barney’s New York: ... More » »

Photo credit: Animal New York

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[This week on the artblog Reader Advisor: Wikipedia monkeys around; Russia grants Edward Snowden residency; and a new study says you shouldn't put down your pencil just yet, because doodling actually stimulates the brain. -- the artblog editors]  If a Monkey Taking a Selfie Surprises You, Even More Surprising Will Be the Backlash the Photo Has Caused via Slate Art Everywhere U.S. Begins This Week! Check Out This Recap and List of Locations via The Journal News Good God, Guggenheim! Part 2: Even More Embarrassing Shenanigans via Art F City Harmless or Cruel? How Three Tortoises Made Art News Headlines This Week via LA Times ... More » »

fake rembrandt

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[This week on the artblog Reader Advisor: After 10 years, the president of the Met Museum steps down; reporters examine the power of propaganda in propelling Israel-Hamas violence; you can buy a million-dollar Rembrandt forgery on eBay right now! -- the artblog editors] Water, Water Everywhere: The New Wave of Public Art in NYC USA Today The Changing Culture of Auction Houses The Wall Street Journal Rafferty Retires: Met President Steps Down The New York Times True Lies: Propaganda in Israel and Palestine US News Yet Another Knock-Off: Now You Can Buy a Fake Rembrandt on Ebay Art F City Pussy ... More » »

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[This week on the artblog Reader Advisor: You can now buy a fake Koons; a Spanish museum says, "Finders, keepers"; and Temple University scientists may have made progress toward eliminating HIV. -- the artblog editors] The Crowning of Kitschy Achievement: Buy a Fake Koons for $500! Animal New York In a Fit of Pitiful Stubbornness, Spanish Museum Clings to Nazi-Looted Pissarro Artnet Tim Draper’s Plan to Split California into Six States Failed to Make You Laugh? Watch Stephen Colbert Interview the Man with the Plan Motherjones Art F City Recap: Baltimore’s Alternative Art Fair Art F City Pot and Pennsylvania: ... More » »

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[This week on the artblog Reader Advisor: Pittsburgh presents itself as an art hub, French museums realize it's time to take inventory, and Emma Watson lends a little too much goodwill to the United Nations website. -- the artblog editors] Rhizome Day is De Rigueur: Dazed Digital Does Net Art Dazed Digital The Unbelievable Negligence of French Museums Artnet Art Censorship Is Alive and Living in London! Telegraph How the Pittsburgh Biennial Aims to Put the City on the Map The Art Newspaper Good God, Guggenheim! When Will You Work With Women? Art F City Colorado Catches Up: Judge Declares ... More » »

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