PhotobucketLet me just say that the photo to the left has absolutely nothing to do with the roundup. Can you blame me? Ugh, that dog is just so cute. Okay, back to the roundup… On this week’s roundup I checked out the iPhone app “Museum of the Phantom City”, read some of Claudine’s reviews on Artforum.com, and found Miranda July slightly arousing in a cop uniform (TMI).

@bldgblog on Museum of the Phantom City.

Just reading a review for Lourdes on NCTATNY and it struck me, doesn’t Sylvie Testud look a lot like Cindy Sherman?

@artfagcity has an interview with The New York Art Book Fair Executive Director AA Bronson.

RT @gawker Chicago Hipsters Take to the Streets in Anti-Olympics Mayhem.

The Trib has an article about that “American Gothic” knockoff on Michigan ave.

The Yes Men are the recipients of The Leonore Annenberg Prize for Art and Social Change. (via @iteeth)

Bryce Dwyer of InCUBATE is guest blogging on @art21

RT @claudineise has a review of PVZ’s show @threewalls on artforum.com http://tinyurl.com/yajt8r2 (via @kingstitt & @r_holland)

The Tribune reviews the Trump Tower.

28 days later in 1 minute + 1 take.

I don’t know what it is but Miranda July makes a sort of sexy cop.

L.A.’s Museum of Neon Art has found a new home in Glendale.

@art21 has a video of Arturo Herrera discussing failure.

 

@boingboing has an interview with alumni from a Dungeons and Dragon’s camp from 1982.

 

 

Meg Onli

Meg Onli is a visual artist and blogger born and raised in Los Angeles, California. Meg moved to Chicago, Illinois in 2005 where she received a Bachelor in Fine Arts from the School of the Art Institute of Chicago. She has been with the Chicago-based art and culture podcast/blog Bad at Sports since 2006 where she is currently the Associate Producer. She has an unfathomable apatite for documentary films, 60s & 70s performance art, and cute cats. Meg has exhibited work in Los Angeles, Chicago, and New York City. Currently, she is working on a project that documents her steps in recording Motwon’s first girl group sensation, the Marvelettes, version of “Where did Our Love Go?”

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