The Artblog Reader Advisor


[This weekend on the artblog Reader Advisor: Proof that artistic ability isn’t hard-wired; artists can now sell out in a new, different way by signing with a Hollywood talent agency; and take a peek at The St. Claire, which will be guest-editing artblog this spring! — the Artblog editors]

Hollywood Hegemony: Upscale Talent Agency to Begin Handling Artists, via Artnet

ICYMI, Check Out The St. Claire, a Philly-Based Art Journal and Organization That Will Be Guest-Editing the Artblog This April!, via St. Claire

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Emil Lendof/The Daily Beast.

Digital Art in the Spotlight: Money Circulating as Quickly as Online Images, via The Daily Beast

Challenging the Zeitgeist: Investing in Art Isn’t All That It Seems, via The Observer

Admission to the MET Set to Remain “Pay As You Wish” … We’re Rolling Our Eyes, via Gothamist

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“Filter Forge,” Kerry Lannert/Flickr/The Atlantic.

Speaking (or Tweeting?) About Digital Art, Twitter Has Quietly Become a Platform for Internet Art, via The Atlantic

Lucy Lippard on Art Writing and Lifestyles, via Artnet

It May Not Come as a Surprise, But the Relationship Between Technology and Art is Flourishing, via TechCrunch

Think You’re Not Creative? Think Again; Research Shows Artistic Abilities Can Be Taught, via Big Think


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