Links Luv 7/7/13

Teresita Fernández Fire, 2005. Silk yarn, steel armature, and epoxy. 96 in. x 144 in. Collection SFMOMA, Accessions Committee Fund purchase. © Teresita Fernández.

Teresita Fernández
Fire, 2005. Silk yarn, steel armature, and epoxy. 96 in. x 144 in. Collection SFMOMA, Accessions Committee Fund purchase. © Teresita Fernández.

Start your week with some links of note:

Teresita Fernandez’s “Fire” (shown at Philadelphia’s Fabric Workshop in 2005) installed as part of Beyond Belief: 100 Years of the Spiritual in Modern Art – Highlights from SFMOMA’s collection. On view at The Contemporary Jewish Museum, San Francisco, through October 27, 1013.  

Andy Warhol and Gerard Malanga show us how to silkscreen: http://tinyurl.com/jwzg9zw

It’s tough when art museums are owned by institutions going bankrupt: Detroit Institute of Art is not the first to consider selling out : NPR http://buff.ly/17S5QdF #artmuseums #sustainability #nonprofitmanagement

Thoughtful piec on Bill Traylor’s art via The Smart Set: Exciting Events: Bill Traylor, Painter of Modern Life – July 1, 2013 http://buff.ly/14MmxRf  #outsiderart

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