The Artblog Reader Advisor


[This weekend on the Artblog Reader Advisor: One Nebraska woman redefines “frivolous lawsuit”; Instagram is turning out to be a valuable sales tool for artists and galleries; and Hyperallergic’s guide to what you really want to see at the Venice Biennale. — the Artblog editors]

From Kids to Curation: Leo Fitzpatrick Remains Prolific, via Artnews

A Nebraska Woman Is Fed Up With Homosexuals and Their Lifestyles, So She’s Suing Them… All of Them…, via Slate

ICYMI: Here’s How Collectors Are Using Instagram to Buy Art, via Artsy

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Driskell vs. Homosexuals (Screenshot from Scribd)

The Venice Biennale Is Upon Us: Here’s What You Need to Know, via Hyperallergic

Dissident Collaboration: Rhizome’s 7×7 Takes a Curious New Turn, via Fusion

Image courtesy of Hyperallergic.

Painting to Heal: The Life-Changing Benefits of Art Therapy, via Huffington Post

Bitcoin Just Might Change the Future of Digital Art, via the Coin Telegraph

5 Designers Who Should Be on Your Radar, via Artnet


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