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What I'm reading

Philippa P.B. HughesBy Philippa P.B. Hughes on Feb 10, 2012 | Add a Comment Add a Comment (28)

What I'm reading

My Office Squalor is Now Art. E. Brady Robinson's "Desks as Portraits: An Inside Look at the DC Art World".  [City Paper]

David Choe, Facebook's Millionaire Graffiti Artist. How being paid in stock options has changed a graffiti artist life after decorating the Facebook headquarters six years ago. [The Daily Beast]

District Artists Fear Loss of Homes, Livelihood. 52 O Street, a converted warehouse, is no longer a stable housing option for some local artists. [Wamu]

When Fame Replaces Art. John Seed, a professor of art and art history, discusses the relationship between fame and art. [Huffington Post]

How Mike Kelley Helped Me Paint My Way Out of a Prison Cell. Anthony Papa's painting being shown in the Whitney Museum of Art set him free. [Art Info]

Essay: Of manners, movies and the sorry state of spectatorship. A look into the change in moviegoers and movies. [Washington Post]

Popuphood: How to Revitalize A Struggling Neighborhood In Six Months. Five retailers have joined together to open up stores next to each other in Oakland to help invigorate the neighborhood. [Co.Exist]

The artist vandalising advertising with poetry. Scottish artist Robert Montgomery replaces advertising with his poetry in the middle of the night. [The Independent]



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