Friday’s Twitter Roundup

August 7, 2009 · Print This Article

Photobucket On this weeks somewhat long roundup we bring you a tour of French Paper Mill, photographs of buffed graffiti that look like Rothkos, and after an almost seven week delay, Millennium park is host to yet another public sculpture. Hope everyone has a good weekend. Don’t forget to check out the Performance Art and its Influence on the (post) Studio and (new) Institution at Threewalls this Saturday.

Field Notes has a tour up of the French Paper factory. http://tiny.cc/Zq70n

“New Experience That Bombards the Senses: LSD ART” http://ffffound.com/image/8…

Checking out the lovely “Street Rothkos” http://bit.ly/3PK7NM via @hrag

Excited to go to “Performance Art and its Influence on the (post) Studio and (new) Institution” @threewalls on Sat.http://tinyurl.com/l7k24n

RT @hragv @culturemonster: Bush advisor David Frum becomes an art critic http://bit.ly/11oP1A

Edward Lifson on The Guggenheim At 50 http://tiny.cc/DivCw

Just found a weird blog called ilove @boingboing which seems to only reblog all of their content. http://ilove-boing-boing.bl…

@methomp Pickle Surprise was somewhat terrifying. http://bit.ly/BTRcN

After almost a seven week delay Hadid’s Burnham pavilion has finally opened. http://tiny.cc/oH2nm

The Tank launches new membership program campaign for thriving artists http://tiny.cc/MxhlB

Your moment of Death Metal Dog. http://bit.ly/Y8Ypw

RT: newmuseum The first photos of Emory Douglas’ mural in Harlem are up on Facebook: http://bit.ly/aizGq

Did @Hrag find the illusive Right-Wing graffiti? http://tiny.cc/PPNAW

Plural Blog has posted some images from their installation at the Whistler. http://tiny.cc/7yD9q

RT: KathrynBorn Paul Klein’s Artletter about Constellations exhibit – rehashed and affirmed at ATC- http://su.pr/1wXxBn

America is not at war http://tiny.cc/HGdA0 (via @iteeth)

RT: BoingBoing John Waters on his friendship with Manson Family murderer Leslie Van Houten http://bit.ly/lnJbU

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