Episode 224 SATURDAY, 7/17/21


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artist draws intricate european cityscapes on 11 meters of toilet paper

Article on Design Boom.

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when faced with the pandemic lockdown of 2020, artist nethmie hetti decided to turn pen to paper… toilet paperover the course of 320 days, hetti drew intricate european cityscapes and landscapes onto a single roll of toilet paper to create a continuous 11 meter long panorama. the final work is very aptly called ‘the escape roll’, and it serves as a reflection on the artist’s past travels. 

17 Security Guards at The Baltimore Museum of Art Will Guest Curate An Exhibition

Article on Art Fix Daily.

Sam Gilliam, Blue Edge (1971) Courtesy of Baltimore Museum of Art and David Kordansky Gallery
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Is It a Goya? Curators at the Prado Keep Changing Their Minds Over Who Painted the Museum’s Famed ‘Colossus’

Article by Sarah Cascone on Artnet News.

Francisco Goya, ‘The Colossus (ca. 1818–25). Courtesy of Museo Nacional del Prado, Madrid.
A sculpture by Maurizio Cattelan that is part of his installation, “Blind,” now on view in Milan.Credit…Maurizio Cattelan, Marian Goodman Gallery and Pirelli HangarBicocca

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