On this week’s roundup I looked at some work by Kilian Rüthemann & Niklaus Wenger, watched a fist fight between two women on a bus, and read about Ken Isaacs’ Knowledge Box on the Wall Street Journal. I am finishing up a long day at work and getting ready for openings in the west loop. Hope to see you there.
The WSJ on Ken Isaacs’ Knowledge Box at Sullivan Galleries.
For all of you history nerds.
Uhh…this makes me feel uncomfortable in a way I can not describe.
I am sort of into this installation from Kilian RÃ¼themann & Niklaus Wenger.
Christopher Knight discusses right wing attacks on the Obama’s new painting by Alma Thomas.
Just what the we need, another art school movie.
Best start to a Hirst review ever. “These paintings are dreadful.” I couldn’t agree more.
Ian Baldwin on London’s recent updating to the tube map.
Let 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).
Just reading a review for Lourdes on NCTATNY and it struck me, doesn’t Sylvie Testud look a lot like Cindy Sherman?
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)
The Tribune reviews the Trump Tower.
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.
This week’s roundup is short and sweet. We checked out info on the forthcoming book Glitch: Designing Imperfections, A video about gay scientists locating the Christian gene, and Miranda July Pillowcases. Make sure to check out our twitter page for updates on my trip to the Walker Art Center in Minneapolis to see the show “The Quick and the Dead” this weekend.
RT AiANews Obama appoints some big names to the Committee on Arts and Humanities to aid private investment in the arts.
Call for Proposals for Proximity issue #6.
A conversation between Barbara Kruger and Richard Prince.
The New Museum is now offering Miranda July pillowcases.
On this week’s roundup we check out the always fantastic Chip Kidd discussing comic book covers, a chimpanzee reenacts a scene from the ring, and a call for proposals for the seventh art shanty project. Have a great weekend.
Chip Kidd on comic book covers.
Daniel Fuller On Triple Candie’s Maurizio Cattelan is Dead: Life and Work, 1960 – 2009.
Call for proposals for the Seventh annual Art Shanty Projects.
Is it necessary to see Guernica in 3D?
RT: TylerGreenDC Addressing the future of arts journalism — if there is one:
On this weeks roundup I discovered the awesome site Pruned, Trevor Paglen made a t-shirt, and the Whitney joins the growing list of museums that are laying off staff. Have a good weekend everyone.
RT : artnetdotcom Whitney Museum has “quietly laid off 4% of its staff,” eight full- and part-time employees.
The Bike Film Festival began yesterday. Check out what’s going on including their show at the MCA Warehouse tonight.
Watching a trailer Doug Pray’s Art & Copy
Pruned has a nice collection of Soil maps of Africa.
Checking out a cool proposal for a new civic plaza in Chicago. It looks a little too comfortable for public sculpture.
Ben van Berkel’s Burnham Plan Centennial Pavilion will close this week in Millennium Park for some much needed tlc.
DORYU 2-16 pistol camera might be the most bad ass camera ever. Like a camera straight out of a blaxploitation film.
Started looking around It’s Nice That’s website and found a series of artist talks.