1. Alle Posts mit dem Tag "artist"

  2. Watch our interview with New York-based artist Robert Longo who is famed for his bold drawings and sculptural works fusing pop culture and Fine Art. 

    Enjoy the interview and click through to browse some of his work

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  3. Best known for his Men in the Cities series, Robert Longo addressed another side of urban life: its gritty and violent nature. In this never-before-released series Gun from 1994, Longo pays homage to Andy Warhol’s edgy and powerful gun paintings of the 1980s. 

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  4. Travels Through Atmosphere

    Opening at Susan Powell Fine Art next week, David Dunlop’s Travels Through Atmosphere is an adventure through time and motion, through myth and science, through nature and busy cities. These travels move like memories, often blurred, illuminated and manifested in colors and imagery. Here is a journey, a walk, a moment’s hesitation before a view in which you may linger to explore and conjure a story.

    If you happen to be in Boston next week, don’t miss the opening reception, a chance to discuss your memories and travels with David Dunlop on Friday, May 2nd.

    The opening reception starts at 5:00 pm and ends at 8:30 pm at Susan Powell Fine Art 

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  5. Review: Is James Franco’s homage to Cindy Sherman at Pace Gallery offensive? 

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  6. I make no distinction between poetry and painting.

    Joan Miró

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  7. Take a look at the top 10 most expensive living German artists. 

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  8. A new study suggests that artistic talent is innate, although training can certainly have an effect.

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  9. “I make no distinction between poetry and painting.” -Joan Miro

    Born on this day in 1893, Joan Miró’s work is loved for its joyful celebration of life and color.

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  10. Visions of Mary Frank

    New York’s Film Forum is showing Visions of Mary Frank with JG, a program of films by and about two important contemporary artists: Mary Frank and Tacita Dean. John Cohen – filmmaker, photographer, musician, ethnographer – visits with his friend Mary Frank in her Chelsea studio, talking about her life and art. 

    Don’t miss this chance to explore Mary Frank’s work at Susan L. Halper Fine Art, the space is dedicated to showing the work of women artists. 

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  11. Valued at $20-30 million, this 1981 masterpiece by Jean-Michel Basquiat, from the Reiner Family Collection, will be on offer at the post-war and contemporary evening auction at Christie’s on May 13. 

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  12. Matisse at Tate Modern

    “An artist should never be a prisoner of himself, a prisoner of style, a prisoner of a reputation, a prisoner of success,” wrote Henri Matisse in his book Jazz (1947). It was with this book that the French painter, then already in his seventies, radically challenged his own practice

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  13. Ladies and gentlemen, place your bids. There is only one day left in our Jeff Koons auction. 

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  14. An artist should never be a prisoner of himself, a prisoner of style, a prisoner of a reputation, a prisoner of success.

    Henri Matisse 

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  15. Ladies and gentlemen, place your bids. There are only two days left in our Jeff Koons auction. 

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  16. Catching up with Donald Sultan

    We caught up with artist Donald Sultan in his incredible Manhattan studio.
    The artist is best known for his massive still lifes and landscapes, and noted for his use of abstracted black forms against areas of bright color.

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