Quick Study: Tijuana, Cozzolino, Cassab, Bob Ross, Priska Juschka, Moby Dick

A few links worth checking out:

Carolina Miranda is covering the Tijuana’s art scene for the LA Times. Image above: A guest checks out a painting during a 10th-anniversary party at La Caja Galeria in Tijuana. (Marcus Yam / Los Angeles Times)   Read more.

Oft-Sued Gallerist Priska Juschka Returns To NYC with a project space called Lichtundfire, opening November 3, at 175 Rivington Street. (via Blouin ArtInfo)


The Minneapolis Institute of Art today announced that Robert Cozzolino will be the new Patrick and Aimee Butler curator of paintings. Cozzolino has been senior curator and the Evelyn and Will Kaplan curator of modern at the Pennsylvania Academy of Fine Art art since 2004. (via ArtForum)

Judy Cassab, Australian artist, two time winner of the Archibald portrait prize, and Holocaust survivor, dies aged 95. (via The Guardian)

Moby-Dick isn’t just a Frank Stella thing, it’s an opera, too: Los Angeles Opera gave the local premiere on Saturday night. (via LA Times
 
Bob Ross is back: Log in at Twitch to watch his old videos and comment with thousands of other viewers in real time. (via ArtNet News).

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