Saturday, July 11, 2020


Is purchasing a Tino Sehgal artwork really that radical?

Kerry James Marshall not making any more public art because cities just want the money

Whiners: “Don’t let bad art spoil our environment.”

“Cultural appropriation belongs in the wastebasket.”

US Homeland Security: “Photography could be a sign of terrorism-related suspicious activity”

Cultural property regime controls what you can do with your property

Should dead artists continue to make art, after they’re, you know, dead?


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