A Conversation with Ursula von Rydingsvard I first heard of Ursula von Rydingsvard from my friend Jane Rosen. "She's a great artist," she told me. "You should interview her." But Ursula lives in New York and I had my hands full in the Bay Area. Artiste transmédia et féministe. Météorite narratif du BIO ART. Son oeuvre questionne le statut du CORPS dans la société. Ses sculptures, HYBRIDATIONS et autoportraits réinterprètent le rôle des nouvelles technologies. Exhibition : from the 7th of June to the 22th of September 2013 The Collection as a Character M HKA, Antwerp, Belgium Curators : Anders Kreuger and Nav Haq People of Print: 20 Screen Print Artists You Should All Know About. People of Print are proud to present our favourite screen-print artists of 2013. Many of them were featured in the weeks most popular posts, took part in major projects and are currently followed by numbers of print fanatics. Some can be found on our Department Store. In alphabetical order: Ben Rider Benjamin Rider, a renowned print technician at Print Club London, is a London-based illustrator and graphic designer who specialises in various print techniques including an unconventional process such as Cyanotype printing which is regularly used by engineers and architects to create blueprints.
Keith Sonnier: Light Installations + Sculptures « 21 Sep Click to enlarge. Originally from Louisiana, Keith Sonnier has been working with fluorescent light bulbs and neon since the late 1960s. Art21 . Ursula von Rydingsvard Marina Abramović was born in Belgrade, Yugoslavia in 1946. A pioneer of performance as a visual art form, Abramović has used her body as both subject and medium of her performances to test her... Robert Adams was born in Orange, New Jersey, in 1937. His refined black-and-white photographs document scenes of the American West of the past four decades, revealing the impact of human activity on... Ai Weiwei was born in Beijing, China in 1957.
Elizabeth A. Sackler Center for Feminist Art: Feminist Art Base: Howardena Pindell Separate But Equal Genocide: AIDS (detail of Part II) Howardena Pindell. Separate But Equal Genocide: AIDS (detail of Part II), 1990–1992. Medium: Mixed Media Anita Dube Born 1958 in Lucknow, India Lives and works in New Delhi, India Anita Dube is an art historian and critic turned artist. Her artistic endeavours draw on rich fount of experience and address issues such as mortality, desire, pain, and joy. She is widely represented at exhibitions in India and abroad, and has contributed to workshops and curated numerous exhibitions. Over the years, Dube has developed an aesthetic idiom that employs sculptural fragments made out of e.g. foam, plastic, pearls, prostheses, and glass eyes used for religious sculpture in Asia. Through this variety of found objects she explores a contradictory range of themes that deal with autobiographical losses as well as with losses affecting society as such.
Nancy Rubins NANCY RUBINS Monochrome for Chicago, 2010–12 Stainless steel, stainless steel wire, and aluminum 40 x 35 x 33 inches (12.2 x 10.7 x 10 m) Installation at Navy Pier, Chicago, Illinois Photo by Erich Koyama Nancy Rubins transforms industrial, manufactured objects—such as mattresses, appliances, boats—into the building blocks of her physically commanding monumental sculptures. Acting as an intermediary between the past and future states of her chosen materials, Rubins hones the formal, rather than the functional qualities of the discrete components that make up a single, cohesive sculpture. The recent Monochrome series, for example, features numerous and varied canoes and rowboats, arranged around a large steal armature, like so many leaves on the limb of a tree.
Rudolf Stingel Rudolf Stingel (born 1956) is an artist based in New York. Stingel was born in Meran, Italy. His work engages the audience in dialogue about their perception of art and uses Conceptual painting and installations to explore the process of creation. Using readily available materials such as styrofoam, carpet, and cast polyurethane, Stingel creates art based upon an underlying conceptual framework and challenges contemporary notions about painting. The surfaces of his two-dimensional works are characteristically carved out, imprinted or indented, visibly evidencing the artist’s alteration of industrial matter. He lives in New York and Merano, Italy.
pinkfreudian.tripod.com/archivebacon.html Francis Bacon Paintings (1929-1949) Francis Bacon Paintings (1950-1954) A Selection of Francis Bacon Paintings: Head Surrounded by Sides of Beef Self-Portrait Robert Gober Robert Gober, Untitled (Leg), 1989-90, beeswax, cotton, wood, leather and human hair, Museum of Modern Art, New York Robert Gober (b. September 12, 1954) is an American sculptor. His work is often related to domestic and familiar objects such as sinks, doors, and legs. Early life and education Fiona Margaret Hall Fiona Margaret Hall, AO (born on 16 November 1953) is an Australian artistic photographer and sculptor. Hall was born to Ruby Payne-Scott (a pioneer in radiophysics and radio astronomy) and telephone technician William Holman Hall in 1953 and grew up in Oatley, Sydney. She is the younger sister of the internationally renowned mathematical statistician and probabilist Peter Gavin Hall. Fiona Hall was taken to see the landmark exhibition Two Decades of American Painting at the Art Gallery of New South Wales at age 14 which developed her interest in the artworks
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