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the art world’s latest way of eating its young
Alex Israel & Bret Easton Ellis, 2016. Acrylic and UV ink on canvas

http://www.vulture.com/2016/05/jerry-saltz-on-alex-israel-and-eating-our-young.html “Recent reports found Murillo, for instance, destroying his passport on a plane and saying things like “The West is a salivating penis.” I feel bad for this 30-year-old. ” @PhotoSoupORG Don't be a sourpuss and wagged my fingers. — Jerry Saltz (@jerrysaltz) June 8, 2016  

Alain Badiou ‘Fifteen Theses on Contemporary Art’

http://photo-soup.org/wp2013/wp-content/uploads/2016/06/Fifteen-Theses-on-Contemporary-Art-by-Alain-Badiou.pdf “It is better to do nothing than to contribute to the invention of formal ways of rendering visible that which Empire already recognizes as existent.”

don’t be a curator. become a curator

http://momus.ca/how-to-become-a-curator/ “Most of the best ideas about how to make space for artists, to tell stories through artworks, usually come from outside the manuals. The best ideas are not recited by a professor, but made up in your own head. You learn what everyone sooner or later does, though it comes off as utterly cliché…