Should Blue Chip Art Galleries Have Received Millions of Dollars in PPP Loans?
Hyperallergic Editor-in-Chief Jasmine Weber and Journalist Valentina Di Liscia joined me to analyze the latest news on PPP loans and discuss the list of beneficiaries.
Previously, we reported on galleries, museums and non-profit organizations in new York and Los Angeles who have received loans, and noted that the world’s most exclusive art galleries have received millions of dollars in taxpayer money. In this conversation, we offer a few more details and thoughts on current affairs.
We also discuss how the debate over blurring faces in protest photographs has evolved, following a statement released by ICP Center Blackness Now on the need for guidelines for protest photographers. Photographer Dawoud Bey offered her thoughts in the comments to the post we posted, which kept the conversation going. We share our thoughts on the subject.
The music for this episode is “The one“by the Wayves.
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