Arts & Design
FOX GAMES © 1989 Sandy Skoglund Decades before Photoshop was available, American artist Sandy Skoglund started creating surrealist images by building incredibly elaborate sets, a process which took months to complete. Her works are characterized by an overwhelming amount of one object and either bright, contrasting colors or a monochromatic color scheme.
Interview with artist Liu Guosong at Hanart TZ Gallery
Acquired from the artist by Hermann Rupf (1880-1962) and Margrit Rupf, Bern ; acquired by Georg Schmidt (1896-1965), Basel-Binningen, Switzerland, by 1950 ; by inheritance to his daughter, Anita Moppert-Schmidt, Basel-Binningen, Switzerland, 1965 ; [Frank Perls Gallery, Los Angeles, 1968] ; sold through Kornfeld & Klipstein, Bern to Galerie Beyeler, Basel, June, 1968 ; acquired by The Museum of Modern Art, New York, 1970. Paul-Klee-Stiftung, Kunstmuseum Bern, eds.
The girl on the Space Hopper! I took that in 1970. She flashed by me in a moment, bounded into a back lane and disappeared. I never found out who she was. Then, quite recently, the Space Hopper girl got in touch. She called and said her brother had found the image on the web.
In this print, the viewer is given a bird's-eye perspective of a city street corner. Hopper has evoked an entire world with just a few elements: a storefront, a fire hydrant, and a lone walking man who is about to cross the looming shadow of a streetlight that lies across his path.
With the relatively recent passing of Shomei Tomatsu, in May of this year the Japanese magazine Gendai Shiso (Modern Thought) devoted an entire issue to remembrances of this great Japanese photographer. Among the texts to appear in this issue was an interview with Daido Moriyama, who knew Tomatsu well.
In 1930s Italy, during the Fascist era, a very vigorous artistic battle was waged, involving every style and trend, from Classicism to Futurism, from Expressionism to Abstraction, and from monumental art to salon painting.
Yossi Milo Gallery is a photography gallery in Chelsea, located at 525 West 25th Street, New York, NY.
Cy Twombly | Gallery 1 contains a comprehensive cross-section of drawings and paintings from 1951 to 2011. Gallery 2 contains sculpture from 1953 to 2005.
he writes his signature again and again until the ink of the pen runs out
Contemporary art gallery in London.
There's not much to say about Louise Bourgeois that images of her artwork can't say better. She was a 21st century bridge to times and periods past, her work referenced an era and style many had forgot about. And yet, her pieces, especially her grand spiders, were monolithic and modern.
Nachi Falls, which was once held in religious reverence, is luminous under the moonlight. The picture is indicative of the painter's attitude and sensibility to nature. This work is an excellent example of the painter's detailed portrayals and unique coloring.
Artist page for Tom Friedman. Includes biography, selected works, publications, selected press, past exhibitions, and news.
A "cicada" locust is perched on a buckeye tree. This bold, yet simple, composition is impressive. Seiju said, in "Sokoku" - a Japanese art magazine published in 1931, "Something like sense such as the coldness or the atmosphere of a frosty morning is hard to express in paintings.
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