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[This weekend on the Artblog Reader Advisor: A new study may promise hope for HIV/AIDS treatment; Washington, D.C. pot smokers rejoice!; and the Guardian delves into some dark arts. — the Artblog editors]

Everything You Need to Know About Art Therapy, via Huffington Post

Guess How Much Money Was Spent on Art in 2014 (Hint: More Than $15 Billion), via Artnews

Photograph
“The Body Farm in Tennessee” … a detail from Sally Mann’s “Untitled 61” (from the series What Remains), 2000. Photograph: © Sally Mann. Courtesy Gagosian Gallery.

Update on the Battle Against AIDS: New Study Brings Promising Findings, via Aids Map

Ironically, Marijuana is Now Legal in D.C., via the Washington Post

Grim Confrontations: Artists Raising Questions, Creating Work Through Crime, via the Guardian

Etching
TCF, “E3 08 42 9E 11 A2 8B AA 6B 4A DA E5 BD 67 34 71 84 9C 3C BE E3 BD D6 4C EA EB 87 91 84 86 81 84,” Lambda print, etching (2011).

Artists, Take Note: Drinking and Sleep Loss May Boost Your Creativity!, via Hyperallergic

Long Read: Dis Magazine’s Interview With Underground Artist/Composer Lars “TCF” Holdhus, via DIS Magazine

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aids, art, art therapy, articles, artists, artnews, huffington post, hyperallergic, the guardian, washington post

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