Duchamp

19 Jul 19
Mountain Democrat

Like a loaf of bread in the oven that barely rises — yet gets there, just in time — Sourdough & Co. in a squeaker vote was given the go-ahead this week to do business where the former Centro coffee shop stood in downtown Placerville, right next to the Bell Tower. The affirmative vote by […]

19 Jul 19
PUZZLED PAGAN PRESENTS

    Reader, if you’re anything like me you have been feeling physically ill at the distinct lack of Doctor Doom on this site lately. Yeah, we talked about him in a May Marvel Madness post, but that Damage Control issue really didn’t feature a whole lot of the good doctor, more just his looming figure. So, […]

19 Jul 19
The Australian

During the 1980s and 90s, the lowly bottle was a regular motif in the work of one of Britain’s most acclaimed sculptors. Tony Cragg enjoyed collecting this utilitarian object, which he occasionally found discarded along the Thames embankment in London. Once he had collected these used bottles, he would assemble them in different configurations to force a re-evaluation of the bottle’s shape, colour and form.

19 Jul 19
Noticias Ultimas

En un rincón tranquilo y apacible del jardín del museo. Peggy Guggenheim En Venecia, debajo de una exuberante vid, hay dos lpidas simples. "Aquí está Peggy Guggenheim, 1898-1979", lee uno de ellos. "Aquí están mis queridos bebés", consiste en lo siguiente, en la lista con los nombres, fecha de nacimiento y muerte de los 14 […]

19 Jul 19
Elissa Koyuk

Caution: mild nudity in this post During the time of the World Wars, people were tense, and art reflected this. We learned about the Dada movement, which was completely anti-tradition, cynical, and purposefully meaningless. I find Dadaism to be very interesting and I like the meaning behind it. Jean (Hans) Arp has paintings that represent […]

19 Jul 19
Archy Worldys

In a quiet and peaceful corner of the museum garden Peggy Guggenheim in Venice, beneath a lush vine, there are two simple lpidas. "Here lies Peggy Guggenheim, 1898-1979," reads one of them. "Here lie my beloved babies", consists in the following, on the list with the names, date of birth and death of the 14 […]

19 Jul 19
Newsy Today

In a quiet and peaceful corner of the museum garden Peggy Guggenheim in Venice, beneath a lush vine, there are two simple lpidas. "Here lies Peggy Guggenheim, 1898-1979," reads one of them. "Here lie my beloved babies", consists in the following, on the list with the names, date of birth and death of the 14 […]

18 Jul 19
takingdownthetents

Art & artists: Joseph Beuys. Joseph Beuys was feted and fawned over in the ‘70s art world, then fell out of favour in the 80s when the central myth his work sprang from was revealed as a big fib. It didn’t really matter, especially in a po-mo world, but it put a very different spin […]

18 Jul 19
takingdownthetents

OR, OUR TIME TRAVEL ISN’T PERFECT SCENE 1   EXT. FIELD – DUSK   SOUNDTRACK: DJ Elmoe – Whea Yo Ghost At, Whea Yo Dead Man   BOYS AND GIRLS LAUGHING   BOY1: like this   SOUND OF MUSIC STRIKING UP, ANKLE BELLS JANGLING   BOY 2: (LAUGHING, IMITATING BEADLE) ‘Cut some capers man’   […]

18 Jul 19
Magazine Artsper

Across art history France has produced many significant sculptors. We bring you 10 French sculptors that we think you should know about, from the big names to the lesser known talents.

18 Jul 19
Creative Arts Today

Looking at the assignment criteria in the introduction of the course manual I feel that I have submitted a decent essay for Assignment One. I believe that I have ticked off all the content requirements listed. To improve this essay I would balance out my arguments a little more. Currently, due to my own life […]

18 Jul 19
Creative Arts Today

Research Point – I accessed both the hyperlinks listed in the course manual. The first ( https://www.tate.org.uk/artist-rooms/collection/themes/artist-rooms-theme-language) led to a Page Not Found error message. The second ( https://www.tate.org.uk/search?f%5B0%5D=im_vid_49%3A2579) led to a catalog of all the work held by the Tate. One link which did work was https://www.tate.org.uk/artist-rooms/collection/themes/language The essay at this hyperlink seemed to […]

18 Jul 19
Die Willing

“Why is this film relevant today?” Aquestion lobbied at every freshman filmmaker with big dreams on their first semester of film school. I was one of those college kids, and any film teacher worth their salt acknowledges the limits of story with this question. Whether it be via The Hero’s Journey or Robert McKree, everyone learns […]