Small Greenhouse, Kaisen Tobiuo, Digital, 2020
Civilization 3.0 by Annibale Siconolfi
Chainmail Shirt, Me, Metal, 2021
I don’t even drink Diet Coke, just obsessed with the crumples ✏️
I'm very shy to use color in my drawings, but i l ended up really liking this one!
Backgrounds are hard! But I'm proud of this!
Parution : Anna Koopstra, Jean Bellegambe, Making, Meaning and Patronage of his Works, Turnhout, Brepols, 2021
Jean Bellegambe (c. 1470- 1535/36), whose career as far as we know spanned the first three decades of the sixteenth century, was a successful painter. His patrons included some of the most high-ranking clerics in the Habsburg-Burgundian Netherlands as well as members of the ruling class of Douai, the town where he lived and worked all his life. This is the first study to appear since Dehaisnes’ 1890 monograph that is exclusively devoted to the...
Apprendre le langage de l'art
"Ouvrir ses horizons, grâce à l'art! Un cours mensuel d'histoire de l'art, pour former votre regard! Vous allez découvrir ou redécouvrir les œuvres, les artistes et les mouvements artistiques dans les domaines les plus variés de la préhistoire à nos jours....
Saison 2020 2021
Les séances en vidéo nous permettent de garder un peu le contact, mais vivement de pouvoir se retrouver en présence! Dans cet article vous trouverez 2 diaporamas musicaux : j'ai créé le premier à partir de tableaux que j'ai photographié lors de la derniére...
Appel à contribution : « What does Animation mean in the Middle Ages? Theoretical and Historical Approaches », Bialystok, The A. Zelwerowicz National Academy of Dramatic Art, 19-21 septembre 2021, date limite le 1er avril 2021
This conference is concerned with the agency and life of material objects and evolves around the investigation of two interlaced objectives. First, the project will shed light on understudied aspects of medieval visual culture, focusing in particular on the agency of images and material objects. Second, it will provide new cutting-edge theoretical reflections and methodologies concerning the study of material agency and “living images” today. We argue that the cultural use of and interaction with...
Faites le plein de découvertes artistiques!
C'est la rentrée! L'Atelier du Regard vous a concocté une nouvelle saison de découvertes artistiques et vous attend tous les mois, pour partager des voyages passionnants dans les différentes époques de l'histoire de l'art! Les séances ont lieu dans 14...
Offre de stage : Services de la programmation culturelle et de la communication, Rome, Villa Médicis, date limite le 26 mars
Fondée en 1666 par Louis XIV, l’Académie de France à Rome – Villa Médicis est un établissement français installé depuis 1803 à la Villa Médicis, villa du XVIe siècle entourée d’un parc de sept hectares et située sur le mont Pincio, au cœur de Rome. Établissement public national relevant du ministère de la Culture, l’Académie de France à Rome – Villa Médicis remplit aujourd’hui trois missions complémentaires : accueillir des artistes, créateurs et créatrices, historiens...
R. H. Quaytman at Serralves
Artist: R. H. Quaytman Venue: Serralves, Porto Exhibition Title: The Sun Does Not Move, Chapter 35 Date: October 16, 2020 – February 21, 2021 Curated By: Jaroslaw Suchan Click here to view slideshow Full gallery of images, press release and link available after the jump. Images: Images courtesy of Galerie Buchholz, Berlin/Cologne/New York; Gladstone Gallery, New York/Brussels; […]
Featured Artist Christine Auda
Artist Christine Auda offers a selection of colorful, painterly digital images from her portfolio. ;
Artist Spotlight: Seppe De Meyere
A Field of Dried Grass Is Suspended from the Ceiling in ‘French Exit’ by Artist Tadao Cern
In Tadao Cern’s sweeping installation “French Exit,” a cloud of feathery grasses looms over the room. The immersive artwork juxtaposes the ephemeral, dried material with the viewers who stand underneath as it creates a soothing and introspective space to consider the notions of farewells, whether it be the close of a party or more profound experiences, like the end of a relationship or death. ;
Week in Review: February 28, 2021
This week’s featured exhibitions: Abraham Cruzvillegas at Chantal Crousel Hana Miletić at La Loge Tobias Kaspar With Love From Yosuke Bandai at Taro Nasu Olaf Breuning at Metro Pictures Miranda Fengyuan Zhang at Capsule Shanghai Hend Samir at Real Pain Sophie von Hellermann at Larsen Warner Bradley Ertaskiran [Bunker] at Contemporary Art Daily Cudelice Brazelton […]
Intricate Paper Animals Spring from Textured Sculptures by Artist Calvin Nicholls
In Calvin Nicholls’s sculptural forms, feathered and furry creatures are meticulously crafted from small pieces of white paper. When viewed up-close, their texture resembles the fullness of a wintery landscape, but in full form, the Canadian artist’s animals are so vivid that they appear as though they could leap, fly, and spring out of the canvas. Nicholls (previously) seamlessly examines and sculpts every detail of an animal’s body, from the difference in plume texture in doves to the strained muscles of a giraffe to the intoxicating stare of a tiger stalking its prey. More
Artist Spotlight: Eve Saint Jean
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This week, a little girl discovers a dinosaur footprint, the constructed history of Chandigarh chairs, a brief history of house galleries in Los Angeles, new revelations about the assassination of Malcolm X, 10 images that reveal what we know about Mars, and more.
The Rise of the Machines
Rebecca Morgan Frank's poems critique sexism, objectification, and violence by depicting humans as robots.
Chiara Fumai at Centre d’Art Contemporain
Artist: Chiara Fumai Venue: Centre d’Art Contemporain, Geneva Exhibition Title: Poems I will Never Release Date: November 28, 2020 – February 28, 2021 Curated By: Milovan Farronato and Francesco Urbano Ragazzi in collaboration with Andrea Bellini Click here to view slideshow Full gallery of images, press release and link available after the jump. Images: Videos: Chiara Fumai, […]
“Show Me How to Feel” by Artist Duo Hart Lëshkina
Garth Weiser Explores the Limits of Technical Wizardry
Moving beyond the confines of abstract signs, Weiser seems to be seeking social and philosophical meaning.
Sheets of Frosted Glass Obscure Floral Bouquets in a Photographic Series About Ambiguity
Exuding elegance and obscurity, Foggy Flowers is a two-photograph series by Sander Plug and Lernert Engelberts that centers on our collective outlook for the future through a blur of frosted glass. The duo, who work under Studio Lernert & Sander, unearthed the delicate shots from their archive—the images were taken in 2018 during a week-long period when they worked continuously on various projects—in May 2020 for Volkskrant Magazine, which asked them to epitomize their creative process during lockdown. More
Heather Bilandic’s Potato/Leek Soup
Michael A. Bilandic became mayor after the death of Richard J. Daley in 1976. During his 1979 election campaign, Bilandic emphasized his ethnic and family loyalties with this brochure that included various recipes from his wife, Heather Bilandic, including such as her Potato/Leek Soup. Bilandic was soundly defeated by Jane Byrne during the Democratic primary.
John Singer Sargent - Carnation, Lily, Lily, Rose (circa 1885)
“The Art of Now” on View in the 2021 Scholastic Art Awards: Wisconsin Exhibition
This year marks the 45th year the Milwaukee Art Museum has hosted the Scholastic Art Awards: Wisconsin Exhibition, celebrating the artistic talent of students in grades 7–12 from across our state. Unlike in years past, the exhibition is entirely virtual, with more than two hundred works available for viewing through March 21, 2021. Selecting the […]
Correcting the Record Books
On December 16, 2020, Major League Baseball (MLB) Commissioner Rob Manfred made big sports news with the announcement that the MLB had “elevated” seven professional Negro Leagues to major league status. “All of us who love baseball have long known that the Negro Leagues produced many of our game’s best players, innovations, and triumphs against
Edward Hopper - New York Office (1962)
Snow + Art = Perfect Wintry Mix!
One of the best parts of living in Wisconsin for many is the snowy winters. While the joy of snow days might not be the same for adults as for kids, the fun of making snow angels or the thrill of throwing a snowball never fades. I remember spending hours digging tunnels through snow drifts […]
The Palmer House: Next Door to Everything
In light of the recent news that the Palmer House Hotel faces a $338 million foreclosure suit, CHM staff members take a look back at its three iterations. The Palmer House Hotel was long the pinnacle of grandeur and luxury in Chicago and was for decades the hotel of choice for visiting presidents, dignitaries, and
Albert Bierstadt- Rocky Mountains, Lander's Peak (1863)
The Neapolitan Crèche: A Holiday Tradition
Although this year we cannot gather at the Museum to see the Neapolitan crèche in the European galleries, an annual tradition for many, it is still possible to appreciate the joy this special tableau brings. These engaging figures, each the work of a talented sculptor, are arranged in order to communicate the Christian story of […]