Friday, July 06, 2007

Lazy Link Friday Open Thread

Have too much to do today, so I'll make this a Lazy Link Friday.

Interesting reads around the blogosphere include:

  • András Szántó looks at how subject matter affects the value of artwork on Art World Salon.
  • Broad Sheet offers a very fresh (really) look at Feminist art.
  • The Crionna Collection points us to this article that illustrates Warhol was right: some collectors probably should just hang their money on the wall.
  • Tom Moody was interviewed by an Irish Newspaper about group art blogs and the challenges facing digital artists.
  • The Pit sends out a call for Chelsea gallery solidarity to help fight the deplorable phone and internet service many of us struggle with.
Otherwise, consider this an open thread.

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3 Comments:

Anonymous Anonymous said...

What do you think of an artist writing and publishing a review of another artist of the same gallery?

What do you think of an artist/curator writing a review of another artist/curator's and have included that each other in their shows?

What do you think of an artist/"critic" that writes about a collector/collection he is in? (But fails to mention it or does a disclosure?)

Would you say that art criticism is not objective?

7/06/2007 12:34:00 PM  
Anonymous straight line said...

I agree with the Broad Sheet in their linked May 25 essay "Late to the (Dinner) Party, Yet Again", that the "most intelligent and in-depth wtiting" on the "Global Feminisms" exhibit was provided by John Haber at www.haberarts.com

7/06/2007 02:53:00 PM  
Blogger This Broad said...

My son (who will be 3 years old tomorrow!) thanks you very much for linking to his review. Not that he can't respond on his own, he wrote that review all by himself of course, but he's just real busy right now playing with trucks, I mean reading lucy lippard......

7/08/2007 08:11:00 PM  

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