The Artblog Reader Advisor

[This week on the Artblog Reader Advisor: The Brooklyn Museum takes a closer look at its neighborhood; a stunt by a Canadian radio station has some people up in arms over “invisible art”; and a pair of homophobic bakers shuttered their business rather than bake wedding cakes for lesbians.  — the Artblog editors]

Born in Brooklyn: An Exhibition of Art Throughout the Borough, via Hyperallergic

Donelle Woolford’s Dilemma: Why Joe Scanlan Should Sit Down, via Dis Magazine

Installation view
Richard Prince, courtesy Gagosian Gallery. Photo by Robert McKeever.

Richard Prince and NYC: Two Prominent New York Critics Tackle New Portraits, via Vulture and New Yorker

For Your Weekly Dose of Scandal, Check Out “Invisible Art”, via Artnet

Street art installation
Kevin Townsend.

Don’t Miss Kevin Townsend’s Intriguing New Project in This Month’s NYC-based Art in Odd Places, via Kevin Townsend’s Tumblr

Good God, Guggenheim! (Part Three): Museum Plans Yet Another Expansion, via The Art Newspaper

Start Your Week on a Humorous Note: ‘Anti-Gay’ Baker Breaks Down, via Huffington Post