WTF? this weeks show is as long as your arm and brimming with what you need to
know about the art world around you…
It’s a three shows for the price of one deal!!!
First Duncan takes on the Chicago Artist Coalition to find out, what they do and
what business they have publishing a magazine.
Next,Terri and Serena talk to David Adjaye and Cydney Payton at The Museum of Contemporary Art: Denver
and figure out how you go about building a museum.
As if that was not enough, Mark Staff Brandl our European Chief checks in to remind us
how important it is to be a member of a community.
The show closes with a tribute to the Birthday of Joseph Mohan.
Chicago Artists’ Coalition
Chicago Artist News
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So many muppets, it is hard to choose.
i felt very confident in sam the eagle for richard but for me its a toss up between waldorf and fozzie for d. on one hand, duncan is crotchety and yelling all the time but then again he also does think rubber chickens and fake fish are classic comedic stand byes….i’m gonna have to sleep on it before i cast my vote.
Thanks for the birthday well-wishes. Sorry about the party, Duncan… your Evite must have gotten lost in the mail.
Whatever, we know Duncan got snubbed, due to your quarrel on Max’s facebook page.
The fact that Dr. Strangepork is outpacing Waldorf is a stunning upset.
Hey, speaking of cartoon characters (I mean besides me), I noticed the BaS Baseball player has been deleted again! I like it — and it gives some sense to the grass on top, Bring it back pretty please!
Central European Bureau, EuroShark Mark, temporarily sans his new partner Lamis El Farra, goes to the 50th birthday party of the most important art
historian of contemporary art in East Switzerland, Corinne Schatz.
Much of the regional art scene, from famous to lesser well-known was
there. Brandl ambushes and steamrolls many of them into making
off-the-cuff comments about Corinne, something Swiss people absolutely
hate. They prefer to brood over answers for a long time, making
certain they are not stepping on any feet. Fortunately, almost
everyone here played along good-naturedly, even if no one answered the
million-dollar question, “Why should Corinne write a huge damn
monograph about you and your art?” Look for serious interviews with
many of these artists in the future, so let this serve as a