“Artists are so bizarre and come from such strange places”: Glenn Ligon interview below

Found Objects 18/11/13

Seven more days slip by with but a handful of stories to cling to. Click on:

  • There’s now a Kafka angle to the Munich art hoard story (interivew with Cornelius Gurlitt)
  • Here’s another good Nazi art theft yarn. What became of the Mona Lisa?
  • Museum-show of the season is not in a museum at all. A Kick Up the Arts visits Hauser & Wirth
  • When was the last time art changed your outlook on life (thanks @TheodoreArt)?
  • If you can bear it, here’s how to talk up a $142m dollar sale
  • Objects, and ignorance, are both on the rise according to J.J. Charlesworth: a good analysis
  • And so the Al-Wakrah sports stadium, now under construction in Qatar, resembles a vagina
  • Tyler Green takes you on a road trip with a compendium of highway-inspired art works
  • If you suspect algorithms are out to get you, this Kyle Chayka piece is essential reading
  • Martin Gayford mines his new book to give us an account of the rivalries which fuelled the renaissance.



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