Twitter Notes

Here are some recent items cut and pasted from the Two Coats Twitter Feed. For readers unfamiliar with Twitter, “RT” indicates the item has been repeated, or “retweeted,” from someone else’s Twitter feed. The “@” symbol indicates that I’m referring to another Twitter-er.

“Gee, Joan, if only you were French and male and dead.” —New York art dealer to Joan Mitchell, the 1950s /  /19 minutes ago

Hot! RT @Tate: NEW on the blog today: Miró plays with fire in his late paintings (image above) / / 55 minutes ago

Welcome and thanks for supporting art blogs//RT @culturepundits: We’re thrilled to welcome our newest sponsor: @wassaicproject Summer Festival Aug. 5-7

Most popular Two Coats post in the last 24 hours? Lucien Freud, Topless (March 2010) /58 minutes ago

Roberta Smith on Lyonel Feininger /15 hours ago

@cmonstah: RIP Lucien Freud / 16 hours ago

Heading to @RealArtWays today to see the Jarrett Min Davis show / 21 Jul

“We have never had an inventory of the vault.” –Guy Wildenstein in French Court / 20 Jul

RT @AndrewRusseth: Talking about the rise of Eastern European contemporary art:  / 20 Jul

Obama hangs a Rockwell (image above) to commemorate public school integration in New Orleans. / 20 Jul

Portrait show in a pop-up gallery in Hudson: / 18 Jul

Attempted art heist at Westlake, Ohio, Taco Bell / 15 Jul

Anaba’s got some good images of Joyce Robins’s work at John Davis / 15 Jul (
More about Joyce Robins / 15 Jul)

Video: Production-mode painting /15 Jul

At the very top of MY summer bucket list / 15 Jul

Let’s start the day w some Bob Ross painting lessons / Jul 15

Nayland Blake blog post: What the hell are we teaching artists? / 14 Jul

Joanne Mattera reports on the Chain Letter Show (image above) at Samson Projects

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