A great interview with George Condo: “Warhol’s minions soon discovered that Condo was an artist – he touched up a speck on a Diana Ross portrait with a dab of ink – and hired him to help print the ‘Myths’ series. During his eight-month stint, Condo was in Warhol’s presence only once, when he carried the proofs for the artist’s approval. ‘He made some funny comment like, “How come I always have to sign them?’””
[FT via AMM]
This American Life offers up “stories where getting the picture gives you the upper hand.” [This American Life]
Bloomberg architecture critic James Russell on Brutalist architecture and the Boston bombing. [JamesRussell.net]
“From Russia With Art: TransCultural Express Getting Ready to Roll” [NYT]
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