Friday Roundup, Off-to-work Monday edition
Post #1447 • January 25, 2010, 8:33 AM • 49 Comments
David Thompson further notes the "air of default entitlement among the UK's arts practitioners and commentariat."
Aliza Shapiro, who makes Boston a better place by sponsoring the local chapter of Dr. Sketchy's and otherwise queering it up, is holding a fundraiser for an upcoming urgent surgery. Utero-A-GoGo No. 1 and No. 2 deserve your attendance and generosity.
Goodbye Art On Paper. AoP was the last incarnation of the magazine that once was The Print Collector's Newsletter, which published two book reviews (one, two) by Walter Darby Bannard. AoP's erstwhile publishers are the same people that perpetrate Triple Candie, so I'm having a little trouble getting worked up about this.
I start the semester today. Here's my syllabus.
Department of Stay Calm: Pictures for Sad Children.