Twitter Weekly 4/14/13

Untitled (Ocean), Vija Celmins, 1969, graphite on acrylic ground on wove paper. Courtesy Philadelphia Museum of Art.

Ocean, Vija Celmins, 1969, graphite on acrylic ground on wove paper. Courtesy Philadelphia Museum of Art.

For your Sunday morning reading pleasure, here are some links of note:

Did you know that the Philadelphia Museum of Art has created new galleries for the Prints, Drawings, and Photographs collection (Galleries 121, 122, & 123) between the Great Hall and the American Collection on the 1st floor? You can see Untitled (Ocean), 1969, by Vija Celmins there. http://buff.ly/16JqmJ9 

Harry Bertoia, better known for his sculptural steel chairs, was also a fabulous printmaker: via Shelley Certified/PRINTMAKERS OPEN FORUM http://buff.ly/16J3Dg0 

PRINTERESTING NOTEBOOK (Fawna Xiao, “Blockade”, Screenprint on Revere…) http://buff.ly/YcLGpf 

Check out this Flickr set of Todd Norsten printing screenprints at Highpoint Editions printing studio – those screens are HUGE!  http://buff.ly/16Kzc9m 

read more about the women behind the Denise Scott Brown Petition – News-Architectural Record http://buff.ly/10VSm9G 

good read on the always interesting Wind Challenge show at Fleisher via Philadelphia Weekly http://buff.ly/17rl1HJ 

a reason to visit LA! Japanese Prints: Hokusai at LACMA | LACMA http://buff.ly/ZfJpbI 

new Tumblr feed: ideas for MOMA to reuse the Folk Art Museum bldg – stay tuned! #FolkMoMA http://buff.ly/172Dlnm 

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