Wednesday Clips 5/27/09

Wednesday Clips 5/27/09

Here’s what’s got my attention, web-wise, so far this week: *San Diego Museum of Art director Derrick R. Cartwright appointed director of the Seattle Art Museum. *Art Institute of Chicago director James Cuno hopes to initiate massive fundraising drive for...

Tuesday’s Video Pick: Matthew Green’s Spectral Dragging

Spectral Dragging, 2009 from Matthew Green on Vimeo. Here comes our second installment of Tuesday’s Video Pick where we pick a random video of an artist either talking about their work or video art. I was a little stumped on what to show this week so I put a...
Got an Extra $2.3M? Buy the House from Ferris Bueller

Got an Extra $2.3M? Buy the House from Ferris Bueller

The suburban Chicago home (Highland Park) made famous in 1986 movie “Ferris Bueller’s Day Off” is up for sale for $2.3 million. At 5,300-square-feet the house was the fictional home of Ferris Bueller’s friend, Cameron Frye. In the movie, Frye...
Call for artists: re-envision the for rent sign

Call for artists: re-envision the for rent sign

via Christopher Albert: Artists are invited to re-envision the FOR RENT sign as one part of a series of installations and collaborations created by Christopher Albert as part of the annual 10x10x10 exhibit in Ellenville, NY. Every year, 10x10x10 invites 10 artists...

LEGO Pirate Theater

I have always loved tiny toy people in their miniature plastic worlds. I was addicted to such stuff as a kid, and can’t seem to stop myself from buying it for my own offspring, but this–this is beyond mere child’s play. This transcends play into...