Design Boom’s Top Ten Towers, Top Ten Art (Check out nude public art in Munich pictured above and another Pantone Project), and the Top Ten Educational Facilities
Hyperallergic’s (reluctant) Top 5 Art Trends From 2012
Hyperallergic’s Top Ten Most Read Books in the Last 50 Years – How many have you read? I’ve dabbled in 8/10 but have only read 3/10 cover to cover.
Art Forum’s Angie Baecker gives her Best of 2012 with the theme of “metanarrative” in art programming in Asia.
Art21 Blog’s most viewed posts. Number 1 being “Kara Walker: The Art of War.”
Sixty Inches From Center‘s top read posts from 2012 and look for their “Best of 2012″ series starting next week!
*All images in this post directly correspond to the linked articles below each image.
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*The Gwangju Biennale started in order to commemorate the Gwangju Massacre.
*The artistic directors are six young women, quite a change from last year’s crew.
*This article highlights the themes from the past Gwangju Biennale.
Posted: January 6th, 2012 | Author: Kate | Filed under: Art Review | Tags: 2012, Ai Weiwei, Asia, biennale, Gwangju, massacre, South Korea | No Comments »