1. Alle Posts mit dem Tag "videos"

  2. The Letter

    Don’t miss this week’s episode of The Madness of Art In Season 1, Episode 10, Jim tries to figure out why it’s so slow in the gallery. Could Glenn Dranoff of Dranoff Fine Art have something to do with it? Later that day, Jim tries to alleviate his new assistant’s anxiety. Complications arise when Jim asks her to type up a letter.

    • 11 months ago, 
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  3. Hödicke

    Introducing: one of the most important artists of the famous Berlin art scene, K.H. Hödicke!

    With his openness to a large variety of media, from new forms of painting and sculpture to objects and film, K. H. Hödicke has influenced countless young artists and made an enduring mark on the famous Berlin art scene. 

    • 11 months ago, 
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  4. The Madness of Art

    In Season 1, Episode 8 of The Madness of Art, Jim hires a new assistant to help him with his everyday tasks. During her first week at the gallery, Jim becomes aware of her shortcomings and starts questioning the truth behind her resume. 

    • 11 months ago, 
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  5. JR

     “An artist should be taking risks. That’s the whole idea of being an artist.” - JR

    We sat down with famed French Graffiti artist JR. Enjoy the interview! 

    • 11 months ago, 
    • 28 notes
  6. The Madness of Art

    In this week’s episode of The Madness of Art
    Jim and Dru discuss how they need to add to their sculpture garden. Jim suggests contacting Richard Serra or Frank Stella, but then comes across Bernar Venet’s studio while wandering in Chelsea.

    • 11 months ago, 
    • 10 notes
  7. David Rohn

    Miami-based artist David Rohn maintains that the expanded definition of femininity that began in the 1960s and 1970s is incomplete until an equivalent of what we consider masculine has also taken place. 

    In his new exhibition, Reigning Men, at Carol Jazzar Contemporary Art, he presents a series of 12 self-portraits of male types. The soldier, the country guy, and the money manager, among other identifiable types, are explored in the context of traditional ‘male’ markers, such as power and dominance!

    Watch the video and find out more about the influences and ideas behind his latest exhibition and performance. 

    • 11 months ago, 
    • 13 notes
  8. The Madness of Art

    In this week’s episode of The Madness of Art
    Jim and Dru discuss how they need to add to their sculpture garden. Jim suggests contacting Richard Serra or Frank Stella, but then comes across Bernar Venet’s studio while wandering in Chelsea.

    Watch it now. 

    • 11 months ago, 
    • 32 notes
  9. The Madness of Art

    In this week’s episode of The Madness of Art
    When the 13 year old son of a potential client challenges Jim to explain the meaning and importance of Post-Modern Art, he learns a lesson about the value of art instead.

    • 12 months ago, 
    • 38 notes
  10. The Madness of Art

    A look behind the scenes of a Chelsea art gallery: 

    In Jim Kempner’s The Madness of Art, the art dealer exposes the everyday happenings at his gallery.

    In Season 1, Episode 3, one of the prominent members of the Pop Art movement, Robert Indiana, surprises Jim at the gallery.

    • 1 year ago, 
    • 24 notes
  11. Art Paris Art Fair

    Under the direction of Director Guillaume Piens, Art Paris Art Fair has evolved into the springtime event for Modern and Contemporary Art in Paris. 

    Enjoy our interview with Guillaume Piens. 

    • 1 year ago, 
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  12. The Madness of Art

    Jim Kempner’s The Madness of Art is a web series of short comic vignettes based on his experiences as a Chelsea art dealer. 

    In Season 1, Episode 2 of Jim Kempner’s video series, The Madness of Art, the art dealer helps a client find a fresh and original wedding gift.

    • 1 year ago, 
    • 14 notes
  13. The Madness of Art: The Wedding Gift

    The Madness of Art

    Jim Kempner’s The Madness of Art is a web series of short comic vignettes based on his experiences as a Chelsea art dealer. The videos, which he started to film a decade ago, are based on entertaining encounters that take place at Jim Kempner Fine Art.

    • 1 year ago, 
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  14. Christian Boltanski

    Like no other artist in the international context, Christian Boltanksi has worked for years on the connection between life and death—the disappearance of the individual and the desperate human endeavors against forgetting and being forgotten. 

    We sat down with the artist in Paris. Watch our interview! 

    • 1 year ago, 
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  15. Project 4

    We are thrilled to be partnering with British artist David Breuer-Weil on his impressive Project 4, which celebrates its opening in London today! 

    Check out this video to meet the artist and get a sneak-peek of the show! 

    Project 4, the latest in the series of Breuer-Weil’s epic solo projects, includes some 70 canvases alongside a number of sculptures.

    A focal point of this new body of work is a heightened and politically topical interest in ideas of homeland, territory, and belonging, explored through an extended repertoire of familiar images. 

    The exhibition is being showcased at The Vaults, an amazing 30,000 square foot series of subterranean spaces near the houses of parliament in London. 

    Exhibition Dates: Thursday, February 7 through Friday, March 1, 2013 at The Vaults, Arch 233, Leake Street, London SE1 7NN

    • 1 year ago, 
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  16. Meet Robert Longo

    New York-based artist Robert Longo is well-known for his drawings and sculptural works; he examines urban life in bold pieces that fuse pop culture with Fine Art. Longo was born in Brooklyn, NY, in 1953, and his love of pop culture, cartoons, and print media as a child later significantly influenced his art.

    If you’re Nürnberg, Germany, don’t miss his new show, Robert Longo - Black and White, which will open at Galerie Fluegel-Roncak this Friday.

    • 1 year ago, 
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