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#DailyArtDose Round-Up   10.09.09

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Unrelated to talk on experimental art, yes. However, this is Cleveland, baby. We're watching!

Week of October 5

Sarah Kabot: sarahkabot.com
Pavel Kopiva: pavelkopriva.name & pavelkopriva.name/ANpodium.htm
Douglas Max Utter: douglasutter.com
Matthew Barton: matthewryanbarton.com
Tetsuo Kogawa: youtube.com & anarchy.translocal.jp

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links for 2009-10-07   10.07.09

Foundation Center - Focus on Funding for the Arts


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links for 2009-10-06   10.06.09

The Word Curate No Longer Belongs to the Museum Crowd - NYTimes.com


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#DailyArtDose Round-Up   10.02.09

Week of September 28

Erik Otto: erikotto.com
Kevin Haas: kevinhaas.com
Ben Kinsley: bkinsley.com
Bidoun Magazine: bidoun.com
Julian Montague: montagueprojects.com and strayshoppingcart.com

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links for 2009-10-01   10.01.09

Pekar Works Hard for the Money (Cleveland Scene)
"The Pekar Project is a web comic series published by SMITH magazine, edited by Jeff Newelt. Its a multifaceted adventure in the real-life stories of Harvey. New comics are published every other week at smithmag.net, along with interviews, artist spotlights and other material. Artists include New Yorkers Rick Parker and Sean Pryor, Los Angelino Joseph Remnant and Clevelander Tara Seibel."


The Importance of Being Unimportant (The Brooklyn Rail)
'Art' can be unimportant and still allow for the experience of a work of art to be life-changing. I value the memories I have of listening to baseball games on my grandparents porch, but Baseball, as a concept, remains entirely unimportant. Such concepts as baseball, art, and Hickeys example of rock and roll, are wholly unimportant except for the experiences they foster and the history to which they contribute."
(tags: art.theory Dave.Hickey)

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