Pablo Picasso – Pitcher and a Bowl of Fruit (Pichet et coupe de fruits), 1931 oil on canvas. Guggenheim Museum, NY.
The Neue Galerie in NY currently has an exhibition featuring Austrian artist Gustav Klimt and in their permanent collection designers Adolf Loos and Josef Hoffmann. Even though the post features Austrian artists only the museum mostly showcases both Austrian and German artists. Gustav Klimt Decorative Arts Adolf Loos and Josef Hoffmann’s furniture designs from the… Continue reading Austrian Creative
New York based artist Rob Wynne works in a variety of mediums but recently has been experimenting with molten glass, using hand-poured and mirrored glass in a series of large-scale installations at the Brooklyn Museum. The juxtaposition of Wynne’s work against classic sculptures made in the 1800’s by American artist Randolph Rogers is modern yet… Continue reading FLOAT
Brooklyn Museum presents David Bowie Is exhibition that explores the artist’s personal archive with his innovative collaborations, bold characters he created and how his evolution as a performer inspired many people.
Jasper Johns – Flag, 1954-1955. Encaustic, oil and fabric mounted on plywood. Museum of Modern Art, NY.
Works from JR’s Horizontal exhibition at Perrotin Gallery, NY. JR is an artist whose work gets the attention from people who typically don’t go to museums. Finding a camera on a Paris metro in 2001 led to a prolific career showcasing photographs of everyday people, some from the ‘lowest rungs of society’. Their larger than… Continue reading Horizontal
There is something timeless and elegant about black and white photography, especially those that rise to the level of art. Here are only just a few in today’s post from Phillips Auction, Chase Contemporary and the Brooklyn Museum. Featured: Horst P. Horst and Mark Seliger Horst P. Horst – Phillips Auction Mark Seliger – Chase… Continue reading Black and White