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links for 2010-01-21   01.21.10

The Art Handling Olympics Launch This March! (Art Fag City)
I imagine a triathlon of crating a Judy Pfaff installation, enduring a 10-minute verbal tirade by a curator, a 1000 meter relay race holding and passing a Chihuly chandalier, and a finish line of blue painters tape.

Author: Christopher Lynn, Executive Director
Category: Links

links for 2010-01-14   01.14.10

From the Director: Why are there no labels on the art? (Pulitzer Foundation for the Arts)
"The Pulitzer Foundation for the Arts Director, Matthias Waschek, explains why the Pulitzer doesnt label the artwork in its galleries."

Author: Christopher Lynn, Executive Director
Category: Links

links for 2010-01-13   01.13.10

Ohio University gets $13 million for arts center (The Columbus Dispatch)
"A 1938 alumna has pledged more than $13 million to Ohio University to establish a center for arts education, officials announced yesterday."

Author: Christopher Lynn, Executive Director
Category: Links

links for 2010-01-11   01.11.10

Deitch @ MoCA (Edward_ Winkleman)
"In a world in which being an alleged drug abuser who ran every company your family managed to give you into the ground doesn't automatically disqualify you from becoming President of the United States and being a member of the Nazi Youth organization doesn't automatically disqualify you from becoming the Pope, why does being a small business owner who puts his money where his vision is in supporting artists automatically disqualify you from becoming a museum director?"


MOCA contender may be an unorthodox choice (Los Angeles Times)
"L.A.s Museum of Contemporary Art is poised to name its new director Monday morning, and one of the names circulating through the art world is Jeffrey Deitch, a high-flying New York art dealer who, if chosen, would be a radical break from the usual museum-world pattern."

Author: Christopher Lynn, Executive Director
Category: Links

links for 2010-01-10   01.10.10

Warhol Foundation gives $120,000 to St. Paul arts organization (StarTribune.com)
Congratualtions to our friends at Forecast Public Art for receiving $120,000 from the Warhol Foundation to create a web version of Public Art Review! Also, another big thanks to the Warhol Foundation for their great work!

Author: Christopher Lynn, Executive Director
Category: Links

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