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News from the Art and Academic Worlds

posted by CAA — Nov 01, 2017

Linda Nochlin. Photo: Adam Husted

Each week CAA News summarizes articles, published around the web, that CAA members may find interesting and useful in their professional and creative lives.

Linda Nochlin, Trailblazing Feminist Art Historian, Dies at 86

The pioneering art historian and longtime CAA member passed away this week. (ARTnews)

Over 1,800 Artists and Art Workers Sign Letter against Sexual Harassment

The public letter criticizes “an art world that upholds inherited power structures at the cost of ethical behavior.” (Hyperallergic)

“K Is for Kahlo, B Is for Basquiat”: New Children’s Book Teaches Kids about Artists

An inclusive, educational alphabet book by Dr. Tamara Pizzoli. (Afropunk)

Want to Be an Artist-in-Residence at New York City’s Department of Corrections? Now’s Your Chance

NYC has rolled out 3 new artist-in-residency programs in partnership with city agencies. (Artnet News)

The US Cities with the Highest Concentrations of Working Artists

The vast majority of working artists live in urban areas. (Quartz)

How Many “Lost” Masterpieces Are Already Hanging in Museums?

A potential golden age for finding artworks in public collections that have long been overlooked. (Artsy)

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