- Carolina Miranda explains how a group of artists are biting the hand that feeds them. (Her piece includes William Powhida, who did this kick-ass piece for MAN.)
- Speaking of my pal C-Monster, her photo-tour of MCASD’s “Phenomenal” makes Larry Bell look like a cubist. Yes, really.
- Greg Allen tells the fantastic story of the big Gene Davis art giveaway.
- A new exhibition in Munich is the first-ever Perugino show outside Italy? Wow. Update: How great are MAN’s readers? SF tipped me off to a 1997 Perugino exhibition at the Grand Rapids (Mich.) Art Museum. [Image: Perugino, The Vision of St. Bernard, c. 1490. Collection of the Alte Pinakothek, Munich.]
- You don’t see this every day: Amon Carter director Andrew Walker blogs about the George Caleb Bingham show he’s hoping to bring to his museum. Sounds very CSI.
- Wait, an art history PhD is Rick Perry’s foreign policy advisor?!
- The Boston Globe’s Sebastian Smee on this (unbylined) Artinfo Q&A with reality TV judge Jerry Saltz: “Extraordinary, really.” And, truly, it is.
Art-focused Journalism by Tyler Green