June 2011 Blog Posts (297)

Artist’s Got the Red Hook Blues

Artist A.K. Corbin’s depictions of Red Hook, featuring Civil War-era warehouses, jetties, old tracks and factories as well as breweries, pubs and restaurants, are on display at her Gallery Small New York, 416 Van Brunt St., until July 23. What impressed her were the lines — “telephone, electrical and who knows what against a very big gray sky.” Corbin, who owns the gallery, began the project when she broke her right hand and decided to “draw her way out of…

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Barclays Center And BAM Form New Partnership

Arts Institution Will

Bring Large-Scale

Productions to Arena


DOWNTOWN BROOKLYN — Barclays Center, the future home of the Nets basketball team that is now under construction, has formed a “strategic programming alliance” with the world-famous Brooklyn Academy of Music (BAM).

BAM

BrooklynEagle.com Art Headlines…

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I was the one when you needed love

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Critique

During this critique, artists will discuss a concept or theme that

they are grappling with in their work. Our discussion will be based

around how well that idea is expressed through form, and how well the art works fit together as a body of work. We will ask ourselves how materials communicate a concept.



During critique, the artist will be given a few minutes in order to

make a short statement about their theme and how they approached it.…
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Critique

During this critique, artists will discuss a concept or theme that

they are grappling with in their work. Our discussion will be based

around how well that idea is expressed through form, and how well the art works fit together as a body of work. We will ask ourselves how materials communicate a concept.



During critique, the artist will be given a few minutes in order to

make a short statement about their theme and how they approached it.…
Continue

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Critique

During this critique, artists will discuss a concept or theme that

they are grappling with in their work. Our discussion will be based

around how well that idea is expressed through form, and how well the art works fit together as a body of work. We will ask ourselves how materials communicate a concept.



During critique, the artist will be given a few minutes in order to

make a short statement about their theme and how they approached it.…
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News – 6/30/2011

Designed for everyone in the business of selling ideas, MoodShare allows you to make and share multi-user collaborative mood boards.

Whipple Roast. GSD&M says goodbye to Luke Sullivan—with a worldwide invitation to “tell him how much he sucks.”

Spotted on Grist: “The First…

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Gallery Players To Present Shakespeare’s ‘Macbeth’

PARK SLOPE — The Gallery Players is proud to present The Tragedy of Macbeth, its third annual production of “Shakespeare in the Summer.” Macbeth runs from Thursday evening, July 21, through Sunday afternoon, July 31. Former Gallery Players board president

BrooklynEagle.com Art Headlines…

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Bottlegreen “Fashion Targets Breast Cancer” packaging

Nestled in a village near the heart of the Cotswolds, Bottlegreen was started by husband and wife team Kit and Shireen Morris in 1989 and has been making refreshing, clean crisp flavors for over 21 years. For most of those 21 years, the brand’s look was more suited to a farmer’s market than a supermarket. One iconic, sophisticated redesign later, by London agency…

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Webpick of the Day – Meredith Wendell

Developed with fashion buyers and admirers of this NYC-based fashion brand in mind, this site has a minimalist aesthetic, beautiful full-screen lookbooks and subtle, yet distinctive, interactivity.
Credits: %3C/a"">"">livearealabs.com

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Project Arts Centre, Dublin: Geoffrey Farmer & Jeremy Millar – Mondegreen



Geoffrey Farmer & Jeremy Millar, “Whitstable Pebbles, French Soap,” 2011.

Project Arts Centre, Dublin

8 July–20 August 2011

Mondegreen is the live replaying of a day, performed during the gallery hours of Project Arts Centre. Existing over the entire seven week period of the show, the work…

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Fondazione Querini Stampalia Onlus: Marisa Merz at Palazzo Querini Stampalia



Marisa Merz, “Untitled,” 2010.

Mixed media on paper, 300 x 250 cm.

Artist’s collection.

Photo by Agostino Osio.

Venice, Palazzo Querini Stampalia

1 June–18 September 2011

One of the most significant and interesting artists of the past forty years and indisputably a protagonist of the…

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Jeu de Paume: Three exhibitions



Claude Cahun, “Self-portrait,” 1929.

Gelatin silver print, 14 x 9 cm.

© Musée d’Art Moderne de la Ville de Paris / Parisienne de Photographie.

Jeu de Paume

Until 25 September 2011
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The exhibition highlights both the diversity and the unity of the photographic work of Claude Cahun (1894–1954),…

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Frieze Foundation: Frieze Projects and Frieze Film at Frieze Art Fair 2011



Pierre Huyghe

The artists commissioned to create site-specific works for Frieze Art Fair 2011 are: Bik Van der Pol, Pierre…

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Janey Godley’s Podcast “Episode 51”

(Please be aware that this Podcast Contains strong language)

 

 

In episode 51 of Janey Godley’s podcast the mother and daughter discuss Glastonbury performances, the plight of the British Ballet scene and plagiarism. Janey brings porn to the table and Ashley seems well versed on the subject which surprises her mother.

 

Ashley gives us a full round up of the 1962  classic film ‘That Touch of Mink’ which has an amazing plotline worth investigating and Janey…

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Painting the Soul of Pizza

Brooklyn Artist Captures The ‘Auras’ of the Savory Slices

By Mary Frost

Brooklyn Daily Eagle

BROOKLYN HEIGHTS — A few months ago, Brooklyn painter, illustrator and graphic designer Arturo Rosales was shocked to read a newspaper article claiming that pizza was one of the worst foods you could give your kids.

“That bothered me,” he told the Brooklyn Eagle Tuesday. “I love pizza. It was one of my first meals when I came here from Mexico. Every day for…

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DUMBO Arts Festival Gets a Big New Partner

Art Schedule Still In the Works

By Caitlin McNamara

Brooklyn Daily Eagle

DUMBO — As excitement builds among the many organizers and participants in anticipation of the 15th-annual DUMBO Arts Festival, one big new development has been revealed. It was announced at Bubby’s Wednesday — at a luncheon that gathered together a who’s who of DUMBO arts leadership — that AT&T has joined as the headlining sponsor of this year’s festival.

The event is already…

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SUBMISSIONS NOW OPEN FOR THE 22 MAGAZINE, VOL II: SIGN & SYMBOL.



THE 22 MAGAZINE V II: SIGN AND SYMBOL

“Wild, dark times are rumbling toward us, and the prophet who wishes to write a new apocalypse will have to invent entirely new beasts, and beasts so terrible that the ancient animal symbols of Saint John will seem like cooing doves and cupids in comparison.”…

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Daily Keemo. 6.29.11. Only The Parts Of The Body

Only The Parts Of The Body

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The small light

lit up only the

parts of the body 

that I was

talking to and

her eyes and

lips and

nose…

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News – 6/29/2011

Paraoid about the cloud? So’s Barbarian Nick Bonadies. The result? “My Very Own Dropbox.”

Google Labs’ Swiffy converts SWF files to HTML5, allowing you to reuse Flash content on devices without a player.

And, now, Part 2……

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