Tuesday, 31 March 2015


This lengthy piece on Artnet by Christian Viveros-Fauné eviscerating MOMA curator Klaus Biesenbach, his current critically-panned exhibition on musician Björk, and his "dangerous obsession with pop stars, as well as a growing compulsion to share in their limelight" is one of the most gobsmacking pieces I've ever read on the visual art world.

It's also a slightly worrying indication that soon reporting isn't just going to be based on embedding random tweets, but plundering people's Instagram accounts ...

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