Acclaimed installation and performance artist Chiharu Shiota has created an awe-inspiring, site-specific installation of thread within the beautiful 18th-century Chapel. Shiota’s work for YSP responds to and activates the unique architecture and heritage of the Chapel. Exemplary of her work’s resonance with memory and human relationships through the use of objects, the installation has interlaced the physical with conceptual to create a new visual plane – as if painting in mid-air. Embracing all who enter within an extraordinary experience, Shiota’s project references the Chapel’s rich history and years of human presence, dating back to 1744, making poignant allusion to the bells that were rung, the songs that were sung, and the lives that revolved around it, from cradle to grave. Find out more: https://bit.ly/2HUAis7 Subscribe: http://bit.ly/2hPy40S Facebook: https://bit.ly/2I35PIR Twitter: https://bit.ly/2qWnSJj Instagram: https://bit.ly/2Kf8kII
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Chiharu Shiota is a Japanese performance and installation artist haunted by the traces that the human body leaves behind. She is best known for collecting discarded objects and notes to create room-filling, monumental yet delicate, poetic environments. Central to the artist’s work are the themes of remembrance and oblivion, dreaming and sleeping, traces of the past and childhood, and dealing with anxieties. Shiota finds diverse visual expressions for these subject matters, the most celebrated being impenetrable installations made of black thread which often enclose various household and everyday, personal objects: a burnt-out piano, a wedding dress, a lady’s mackintosh, sometimes even the sleeping artist herself. Shiota studied at Kyoto Seika University, Canberra School of Art, and Berlin University of the Arts with Marina Abramovic and Rebecca Horn. Her work has been presented at the Mattress Factory (Pittsburgh, 2013), Birmingham Museum and Art Gallery (United Kingdom, 2012), National Museum of Modern Art, Tokyo (2007), Neue Nationalgalerie (Berlin, 2006), and MoMA PS1 (New York City, 2003), as well as the Biennials in Venice, Fukuoka, and Yokohama. Born in Osaka, Japan, in 1972, Shiota currently lives and works in Berlin. http://www.strozzina.org/en/artists/chiharu-shiota/
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Filmed at Gothenburg arthall September 2018 Backgroundmusic: Aeigan sea (Aphrodites Child) Shiota was born 1972 in Osaka, Japan, but has lived and worked in Berlin since 1996. She works in the border between performance, sculpture and drawing and is famous for its complex and poetic network designs in wool yarn where she crosses and ties threads from floor to ceiling.
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Snapshot: Chiharu Shiota: Accumulation: Searching for Destination (Galerie Templon) at Art Basel Unlimited 2016. June 15, 2016. Info text: “Shiota’s installation is inspired by the everyday movement, life, and thoughts of the individual. When travelling, we hold a general wish and try to follow that path, and while the red strings connect the suitcases to the starting point of each personal journey, we cannot control the unexpected which continuously shapes our destination.” More videos on Chiharu Shiota: http://vernissage.tv/tag/chiharu-shiota/ More videos on contemporary art, design, architecture: http://vernissage.tv Connect: http://www.facebook.com/vernissagetv http://twitter.com/vernissagetv Browse our Archive: http://vernissage.tv/archive/posts/ Find Artists, Designers, Architects: http://vernissage.tv/archive/artists/ Art TV pioneer Vernissage TV provides you with an authentic insight into the world of contemporary fine arts, design and architecture. With its two main series "No Comment" and "Interviews", art tv channel VernissageTV attends opening receptions of exhibitions worldwide, interviews artists, designers, architects. VTV provides art lovers with news, reports and features from the international art scene. VernissageTV: the window to the art world. Das Fenster zur Kunstwelt. La fenêtre sur le monde de l'art. A janela para o mundo da arte. La ventana al mundo del arte. نافذة على عالم الفن. 到艺术世界的窗口。Окно в мир искусства. Since 2005.
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Where are we going ? Créations originales de Chiharu Shiota Du 14 janvier au 18 février 2017 Le Bon Marché Rive Gauche ►http://www.lebonmarche.com/evenements/chiharu-shiota.html Magazine en ligne : https://www.24sevres.com/fr-fr/le-bon-marche Site internet : https://www.24sevres.com/fr-fr/ Facebook : http://www.facebook.com/lebonmarche Twitter : @lebonmarche Instagram @lebonmarcherivegauche Pinterest : www.pinterest.com/lebonmarche Google + : http://google.com/+lebonmarche
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Le Bon Marché, Paris, 14 janvier - 18 février 2017 / January 14 - February 18, 2017 Un Film de Sylvie Boulloud
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At Fabrica’s Cave the famous artist Chiharu Shiota has installed one of her spectacular installations “A Walk through the Line.” The installation is made entirely of red thread and took more than 12 days to be completed. 12 people worked everyday to complete the installation following a specific technique. “The red string symbolizes the connection between human beings throughout a timeline or individual history”, as the artist says. Each person has their own timeline, their own vision of past, present and future and theses lines intertwine creating an intimate reality within space and time. The installation is part of "Terra Mediterranea: In Action", a project that includes a major contemporary art exhibition, an international conference and a series of parallel actions with the participation of a great number of artists from Cyprus and abroad. The project is organised by the Pierides Foundation and the Nicosia Municipal Arts Centre (NiMAC) and is curated by Dr Yiannis Toumazis. Α collaboration between European Capital of Culture - Pafos2017 and the EU-Japan Fest Committee
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We meet Lucy McRae, a self-described science fiction artist, filmmaker, and body architect who eventually wants to go to space, exploring how technology and the human body are transcending mediums to create new forms. McRae has collaborated with scientists and synthetic biologists, using their knowledge to inform her experimental works that speculate on the future. A swallowable perfume, for example, muses on how we might soon be able to reprogram our own biology away from disease and aging. In McRae's future-focussed universe, the exosphere is the limit. Watch Next: Jonathan Zawada on Flume, Flowers, and Making Mathematics Beautiful | Visionaries, Episode 1 http://bit.ly/2dpCwVn ___ SUBSCRIBE to The Creators Project: http://bit.ly/Subscribe_to_TheCreatorsProject SUBSCRIBE to The Creators Project Newsletter: http://bit.ly/HhxuUN ___ The Creators Project is a global network dedicated to the celebration of creativity, arts and technology: http://thecreatorsproject.com/ ___ Check out our full video catalog: http://youtube.com/user/TheCreatorsProject/videos Facebook: http://fb.com/thecreatorsproject Twitter: http://twitter.com/creatorsproject Tumblr: http://thecreatorsproject.tumblr.com/ Instagram: http://instagram.com/creators_project More videos from the VICE network: https://www.fb.com/vicevideo
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What would the world be like without the Venice Biennale? A chorus of art-world insiders and Venice locals respond with insights and stories, helping us navigate the cultural influence of this somewhat enigmatic, 120-year-old tradition. Produced in collaboration with UBS, and directed by Oscar Boyson, this film pulls back the curtain on the event’s reach, extending beyond art and into politics and history at large. A Short History introduces “Behind the Biennale,” a series of short films released throughout the summer, uncovering the stories of artists, curators, visitors, and Venetians. Written and Directed by Oscar Boyson Edited by Thomas Niles Producer: Mary Beth Minthorn Cinematographer: Kevin Phillips Associate Producer: Matthew Echelman Sound: Colin Alexander Music: Antonio Vivaldi
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Performance art relates to artworks that are created through actions performed by the artist or other participants, which may be live or recorded, spontaneous or scripted. In the 1960s, performance was seen as fundamentally different from the art that could be collected or shown by art museums. It was live and ephemeral, challenging traditional notions of art. But today performance has come to be seen as more a set of strategies available to contemporary artists, one that is not inherently different from other art forms and not at all beyond what a museum can and should show. Now an accepted part of the visual art world, the term has since been used to also describe film, video, photographic and installation-based artworks through which the actions of artists, performers or the audience are conveyed. Funded by The Arts and Humanities Research Council, this film reflects the ideas of the online publication 'Performance at Tate: Into the Space of Art' (Tate Research 2016): http://bit.ly/2lFsG5s 'Performance at Tate: Into the Space of Art' explores how concepts of art have changed in relation to recent shifts in artistic production and how artists have responded to the possibilities offered by museums. The project offers essays and case studies, and publishes audio, films and videos, photographs, museum documents and reviews drawn from Tate's Archive, showing the richness and depth of the gallery's engagement with performance over half a century. #TateShots Discover more about Performance Art: https://goo.gl/EaWiUi Subscribe for weekly films: http://goo.gl/X1ZnEl
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Where are we going ? Créations originales de Chiharu Shiota Du 14 janvier au 2 avril 2017 Le Bon Marché Rive Gauche ►http://www.lebonmarche.com/evenements/chiharu-shiota.html http://www.lebonmarche.com http://magazine.lebonmarche.com Facebook : http://www.facebook.com/lebonmarche Twitter : @lebonmarche Instagram @lebonmarcherivegauche Pinterest : www.pinterest.com/lebonmarche Google + : http://google.com/+lebonmarche
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What would the world be like without the Venice Biennale? A chorus of art-world insiders and Venice locals respond with insights and stories, helping us navigate the cultural influence of this somewhat enigmatic, 120-year-old exhibition. Produced in collaboration with Artsy, and directed by Oscar Boyson, this film pulls back the curtain on the event’s reach, extending beyond art and into politics and history at large. A Short History introduces “Behind the Biennale,” a series of short films released throughout the summer, uncovering the stories of artists, curators, visitors, and local Venetians. Credits: Written and Directed by Oscar Boyson Edited by Thomas Niles Producer: Mary Beth Minthorn Cinematographer: Kevin Phillips Associate Producer: Matthew Echelman Music: Antonio Vivaldi
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Where are we going ? Créations originales de Chiharu Shiota Du 14 janvier au 18 février 2017 Le Bon Marché Rive Gauche ►http://www.lebonmarche.com/evenements/chiharu-shiota.html http://www.lebonmarche.com http://magazine.lebonmarche.com Facebook : http://www.facebook.com/lebonmarche Twitter : @lebonmarche Instagram @lebonmarcherivegauche Pinterest : www.pinterest.com/lebonmarche Google + : http://google.com/+lebonmarche
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Where are we going ? Créations originales de Chiharu Shiota Du 14 janvier au 2 avril 2017 Le Bon Marché Rive Gauche ►http://www.lebonmarche.com/evenements/chiharu-shiota.html http://www.lebonmarche.com http://magazine.lebonmarche.com Facebook : http://www.facebook.com/lebonmarche Twitter : @lebonmarche Instagram @lebonmarcherivegauche Pinterest : www.pinterest.com/lebonmarche Google + : http://google.com/+lebonmarche
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http://www.vernissage.tv | The Japanese installation and performance artist Chiharu Shiota is best known for her thread works, encapsulating personal found objects in impenetrable webs of black thread. The current exhibiiton at Haunch of Venison New York presents several of Chiharu Shiota's smaller "boxed" thread works, and a large-scale installation, made entirely of window frames that the artist found in East Berlin. More info: http://vernissage.tv/blog/2012/06/01/chiharu-shiota-other-side-haunch-of-venison-new-york/ More videos on contemporary art, design, architecture: http://www.vernissage.tv Connect: http://www.facebook.com/vernissagetv http://twitter.com/vernissagetv Become a Member: http://vernissage.tv/blog/members/ Browse our Archive: http://vernissage.tv/blog/archive/ Find Artists, Designers, Architects: http://vernissage.tv/blog/archive/artists/ Art TV pioneer Vernissage TV provides you with an authentic insight into the world of contemporary fine arts, design and architecture. With its two main series "No Comment" and "Interviews", art tv channel VernissageTV attends opening receptions of exhibitions worldwide, interviews artists, designers, architects. VTV provides art lovers with news, reports and features from the international art scene. VernissageTV: the window to the art world. Das Fenster zur Kunstwelt. La fenêtre sur le monde de l'art. A janela para o mundo da arte. La ventana al mundo del arte. نافذة على عالم الفن. 到艺术世界的窗口。Окно в мир искусства. Since 2005.
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D’art ou commerciale, le Bon Marché se vit comme une galerie. Chiharu Shiota en suspension au Bon Marché avec " Where are we going ? " - http://ykw.fr/art-chiharu-shiota-bon-marche/
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Pavilionul României/Padiglione Romeno/Romanian Pavilion. Bienala de la Veneţia/La Biennale di Venezia/Venice Biennale 2011. Autori: Anetta Mona Chişa & Lucia Tkáčová, Ion Grigorescu Curatori: Maria Rus Bojan, Ami Barak, Bogdan Ghiu
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Saurabh Official: https://goo.gl/4fLaLu Written,Editing and Voice by Saurabh https://goo.gl/KYQY79 My FB Page: https://fb.com/REVEALINGEYES YOUTUBE: https://www.youtube.com/REVEALINGEYES *************************************************** Our Series: 1# Ancient Secrets of Egypt: https://goo.gl/kocPlm 2# Secrets of Universe: https://goo.gl/W9erP5 3# Mystery of Planet X: https://goo.gl/Yh9rxu 4# Glory of INDIA: https://goo.gl/ouVWQ3 5# Mystery of GOD: https://goo.gl/Obt5IT 6# Mystery of LOVE: https://goo.gl/ZlalAV 7# Class of Curiosity: https://goo.gl/0HkBSn *************************************************** saurabh singh | REVEALINGEYES | SAURABH SINGH Copyright Disclaimer Under Section 107 of the Copyright Act 1976, allowance is made for "fair use" for purposes such as criticism, comment, news reporting, teaching, scholarship, and research. Fair use is a use permitted by copyright statute that might otherwise be infringing. Non-profit, educational or personal use tips the balance in favor of fair use. Marina Abramović Marina Abramović (Serbian Cyrillic: Марина Абрамовић, pronounced [marǐːna abrǎːmoʋitɕ]; born November 30, 1946) is a Serbian performance artist, writer and art film director and producer. Her work explores body art, endurance art and feminist art, the relationship between performer and audience, the limits of the body, and the possibilities of the mind. Being active for over four decades, Abramović refers to herself as the "grandmother of performance art." She pioneered a new notion of identity by bringing in the participation of observers, focusing on "confronting pain, blood, and physical limits of the body. Early life, Education and Teaching photograph At the Museum of Modern Art, New York, 2010 Abramović was born in Belgrade, Yugoslavia on November 30, 1946. In an interview, Abramović described her family as having been "Red bourgeoisie." Her great-uncle was Varnava, Serbian Patriarch of the Serbian Orthodox Church. Both of her parents, Danica Rosić and Vojin Abramović were Yugoslav Partisans during the Second World War. After the war, Abramović's parents became "national heroes" and were given positions in the post-war Yugoslavian government. Abramović was raised by her grandparents until she was six years old. Her grandmother was deeply religious and Abramović "spent [her] childhood in a church following [her] grandmother's rituals – candles in the morning, the priest coming for different occasions." At age six, when Abramović's brother was born, she began living with her parents and took piano, French, and English lessons. While she did not take art lessons, she took an early interest in art and enjoyed painting as a child. Life in Abramović's parental home under her mother’s strict supervision was difficult. When Abramović was a child, her mother beat her for "supposedly showing off". In an interview published in 1998, Abramović described how her "mother took complete military-style control of me and my brother. I was not allowed to leave the house after 10 o'clock at night until I was 29 years old. ... [A]ll the performances in Yugoslavia I did before 10 o'clock in the evening because I had to be home then. It's completely insane, but all of my cutting myself, whipping myself, burning myself, almost losing my life in 'The Firestar' - everything was done before 10 in the evening." In an interview published in 2013, Abramović said, "My mother and father had a terrible marriage." Describing an incident when her father smashed 12 champagne glasses and left the house, she said, "It was the most horrible moment of my childhood." She was a student at the Academy of Fine Arts in Belgrade from 1965 to 1970. She completed her post-graduate studies at the Academy of Fine Arts in Zagreb, SR Croatia in 1972. Then she returned to SR Serbia and, from 1973 to 1975, she taught at the Academy of Fine Arts at Novi Sad, while implementing her first solo performances. After Abramović was married to Neša Paripović between 1971 to 1976, in 1976, she went to Amsterdam to perform a piece (later claiming on the day of her birthday) then decided to move there permanently. From 1990–1995 Abramović was a visiting professor at the Académie des Beaux-Arts in Paris and at the Berlin University of the Arts. From 1992–1996 she was a visiting professor at the Hochschule für bildende Künste Hamburg and from 1997–2004 she was a professor for performance-art at the Hochschule für bildende Künste Braunschweig. Some of her best known students are Sebastian Bieniek and Chiharu Shiota.
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Amanda McCavour's pieces — which can take weeks to construct — are as delicate as they are massive. »Subscribe to CBC Arts to watch more videos: http://bit.ly/CBCArtsSubscribe Amanda McCavour's art might be able to be fit into a few shoeboxes, but once it's installed, her work can entirely take over a gallery space...using only thread. McCavour spends hours upon hours in her studio, stitching both by hand and machine. What she ends up with pieces that are as delicate as they are massive — kind of part sculpture, part drawing — that hang from the gallery's ceiling to create immersive spaces. Says McCavour: "I am sort of interested in the layering of small gestures to create something bigger." Translating the initial idea into the finished product is painstaking and requires imagination. While McCavour has a rough idea of what the installation will look like when hung, she doesn't have the chance to test it out in her studio (which is on the small side). So hanging one of her shows at a gallery can take weeks, as she carefully adjusts each component and changes the height and distance between her webbed string creations. She says this part of the process is her favourite, because it's the moment when she sees her efforts come to life. In this video, watch her intricate and exacting process as she prepares for an upcoming show in Stratford, Ontario. From stitching by hand to making parts of her work disappear to employing a hyper-technological machine that's actually a little scary, seeing McCavour making at work will blow your mind. Find us at: http://cbc.ca/arts CBC Arts on Facebook: http://facebook.com/cbcarts CBC Arts on Twitter: http://twitter.com/cbcarts CBC Arts on Instagram: http://instagram.com/cbcarts About: Welcome to CBC Arts, your home for the most surprising, relevant and provocative stories featuring artists from diverse communities across Canada. Our job is to fill your feed with the disruptors and innovators changing how we see the country through movement, images and sound — and to inspire you to join in too.
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Intervista con Adrian Piper (Usa), Leone d’Oro per il miglior artista della mostra All the World’s Futures. Espone ai Giardini e alle Corderie dell’Arsenale. Interview with Adrian Piper (USA), Golden Lion for the Best Artist in the International Exhibition All the World’s Futures. Exhibited at the Central Pavilion (Giardini) and at the Arsenale Corderie.
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Gun powder is Cai Guo Qiang's calling card, as the artist behind the fireworks displays of the Beijing Olympics, having also won the coveted Golden Lion award at the Venice Biennale, Cai Guo-Qiang stands today as a bona-fide rock-start in the world of arts. From his "Explosion of Ants" to his gun powder drawings, to his monumental installations, his art is unique, and one seen it's never forgotten.
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How does knowledge grow? Sometimes it begins with one insight and grows into many branches. Infographics expert Manuel Lima explores the thousand-year history of mapping data — from languages to dynasties — using trees of information. It's a fascinating history of visualizations, and a look into humanity's urge to map what we know. TEDTalks is a daily video podcast of the best talks and performances from the TED Conference, where the world's leading thinkers and doers give the talk of their lives in 18 minutes (or less). Look for talks on Technology, Entertainment and Design -- plus science, business, global issues, the arts and much more. Find closed captions and translated subtitles in many languages at http://www.ted.com/translate Follow TED news on Twitter: http://www.twitter.com/tednews Like TED on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/TED Subscribe to our channel: http://www.youtube.com/user/TEDtalksDirector
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New from Getty Publications Marina Pugliese, editor of the book "Ephemeral Monuments" and director of the Museo del Novecento, Milan, sits down to chat with us about the challenge of preserving installation art, an inherently impermanent medium. More about "Ephemeral Monuments": http://bit.ly/1j20r35
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Blain Southern Gallery in Berlin participates in Gallery Weekend Berlin with a solo exhibition of Lynn Chadwick. May 2, 2014. Video by Frantisek Zachoval. More videos on contemporary art, design, architecture: http://www.vernissage.tv Connect: http://www.facebook.com/vernissagetv http://twitter.com/vernissagetv Become a Member: http://vernissage.tv/blog/members/ Browse our Archive: http://vernissage.tv/blog/archive/ Find Artists, Designers, Architects: http://vernissage.tv/blog/archive/artists/ Art TV pioneer Vernissage TV provides you with an authentic insight into the world of contemporary fine arts, design and architecture. With its two main series "No Comment" and "Interviews", art tv channel VernissageTV attends opening receptions of exhibitions worldwide, interviews artists, designers, architects. VTV provides art lovers with news, reports and features from the international art scene. VernissageTV: the window to the art world. Das Fenster zur Kunstwelt. La fenêtre sur le monde de l'art. A janela para o mundo da arte. La ventana al mundo del arte. نافذة على عالم الفن. 到艺术世界的窗口。Окно в мир искусства. Since 2005.
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Bye Bye Kitty!!! - Between Heaven and Hell in Contemporary Japanese Art March 18 - June 12, 2011 http://www.japansociety.org/gallery Curated by David Elliott, founding Director of the Mori Art Museum, Bye Bye Kitty!!! is a radical departure from recent Japanese exhibitions. Moving far beyond the stereotypes of kawaii and otaku culture, Japan Society's show features sixteen emerging and mid-career artists whose paintings, objects, photographs, videos, and installations meld traditional styles with challenging visions of Japan's troubled present and uncertain future. Each of the three sections, "Critical Memory," "Threatened Nature," and "Unquiet Dream," not only offers a feast for the senses but also demolishes our preconceptions about contemporary Japan and its art. The sixteen featured artists are: Makoto Aida会田誠; Manabu Ikeda池田学; Tomoko Kashiki樫木知子; Rinko Kawauchi川内倫子; Haruka Kojin荒神明香; Kumi Machida町田久美; Yoshitomo Nara奈良美智; Kohei Nawa名和晃平; Motohiko Odani小谷元彦; Hiraki Sawaさわひらき; Chiharu Shiota塩田千春; Tomoko Shioyasu塩保朋子; Hisashi Tenmyouya天明屋尚; Yamaguchi Akira山口晃; Miwa Yanagiやなぎみわ; Tomoko Yoneda米田知子.
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Whether from ongoing injuries related to diabetes or complications from normal procedures, chronic wounds are a growing problem and cost billions. On top of that, many lead to amputations. A small Icelandic company has a product that seems to offer a cure. It comes from the sea. Viewer Advisory: This video may contain imagery that is disturbing to some viewers. ---------- Like this video? Subscribe to Bloomberg on YouTube: http://www.youtube.com/Bloomberg?sub_confirmation=1 Bloomberg is the First Word in business news, delivering breaking news & analysis, up-to-the-minute market data, features, profiles and more: http://www.bloomberg.com Connect with us on... Twitter: https://twitter.com/business Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/bloombergbusiness Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/bloombergbusiness/
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Café 1903 in the Valley Dining Center honors campus history with an iconic "W" logo featuring reclaimed wood from the stage floor in the gymnasium of historic East Hall. The artwork was handcrafted by local woodworker Rob Chamberlin in his Kalamazoo studio. According to Chamberlin, "This historic flooring and recorded history of East Campus was disassembled one piece at a time, hand scraped and refinished with the original shellac scrapings; dirt and soul from generations of students who traversed these floors."
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Start from the beginning and watch part 1/3 here: http://bit.ly/Biennale-1 Every two years since 1895, Venice has hosted the most important contemporary art exhibition in the world. Over a period of six months, the Biennale welcomes over 375,000 visitors and raises millions of Euros in sponsorships. In 2013, 88 nations were represented. But while everyone was talking about the art at the Biennale, we went to Venice few months before the official opening to meet artists, curators, and producers, and to understand how such a massive art event is made, as well as its impact on the city and its citizens. Watch part 2/3 here: http://bit.ly/Biennale-2 Check out the Best of VICE here: http://bit.ly/VICE-Best-Of Subscribe to VICE here! http://bit.ly/Subscribe-to-VICE Check out our full video catalog: http://bit.ly/VICE-Videos Videos, daily editorial and more: http://vice.com Like VICE on Facebook: http://fb.com/vice Follow VICE on Twitter: http://twitter.com/vice Read our tumblr: http://vicemag.tumblr.com
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Thank you for visiting us at the Art Toronto fair October 26-29, 2018. We exhibited contemporary painting by gallery artists John Fox, Milly Ristvedt, Scott Pattinson as well as introducing the hyper realist sculptures of Carole Feuerman. In addition, we had a special selection of historical Canadian paintings reserved exclusively for fair goers. Booth A13. 2018 Exhibiting Artists Carole Feuerman Ben Woolfitt Philippe Pallafray Dale Dunning Shayne Dark Alice Teichert Scott Pattinson John Fox Milly Ristvedt Maud Lewis Tom Thomson AY Jackson J.W. Beatty Franklin Carmichael AJ Casson Marc-Aurèle Fortin Franz Johnston Cornelius David Krieghoff Arthur Lismer Kathleen Morris Ted Harrison JEH MacDonald David Milne
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Angelo Accardi "Misplaced" UK Art Exhibition at Eden Fine Art gallery London For more visit our website: http://www.eden-gallery.com/ follow us on social media: Instagram - @edenfineart https://www.instagram.com/edenfineart Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/EdenFineArt/
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"Transpacific Borderlands: The Art of Japanese Diaspora in Lima, Los Angeles, Mexico City, and São Paulo" examines the experiences of artists of Japanese ancestry born, raised, or living in either Latin America or predominantly Latin American neighborhoods of Southern California. In this series of short videos, artists featured in the exhibition discuss their work, their backgrounds, and their identities as Nikkei in Latin America and Southern California. This interview with Brazilian artist Madalena Hashimoto was conducted in Portuguese. To view transcriptions of this video, visit: English: http://www.discovernikkei.org/en/nikkeialbum/items/8185/ Español: http://www.discovernikkei.org/es/nikkeialbum/items/8185/ 日本語: http://www.discovernikkei.org/ja/nikkeialbum/items/8185/ Português: http://www.discovernikkei.org/pt/nikkeialbum/items/8185/ * * * * * MADALENA HASHIMOTO Born 1956 in São Paulo, Brazil; lives and works in São Paulo Madalena Hashimoto holds a master’s degree in engraving from Washington University and a PhD in philosophy from University of São Paulo (USP). She currently teaches undergraduate and post-graduate programs at the USP Center for Japanese Studies, translates literary texts, and researches erotic woodblock printing (shunga) from the Edo period. Hashimoto’s work, which has been exhibited in Brazil and the United States, incorporates Japanese techniques and materials—such as woodblock printing and washi paper and ink—as well as Western influences, reflecting her hybrid Nipo-Brazilian identity. * * * * * "Transpacific Borderlands: The Art of Japanese Diaspora in Lima, Los Angeles, Mexico City, and São Paulo" is on view at the Japanese American National Museum from September 17, 2017 – February 25, 2018. The exhibition is part of Pacific Standard Time: LA/LA, a Getty-led initiative exploring Latin American and Latino art in dialogue with Los Angeles, and is made possible through grants from the Getty Foundation. The presenting sponsor of PST: LA/LA is Bank of America. For more information about the exhibition, visit janm.org/transpacific-borderlands. Japanese American National Museum 100 N. Central Ave. Los Angeles, CA 90012 janm.org
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The Korean artistic duo Moon Kyungwon & Jeon Joonho represent Korea at this year's Venice Art Biennale. For the Korean pavilion, they conceived a site-specific work entitled The Ways of Folding Space & Flying. It's a new multi-channel film installation that explores an archaeological quest into human civilization and interweaves history with visions of the future. Commissioner and curator Sook-Kyung explains: “The title of the project stems from the Korean words chukjibeop and bihaengsul. Originating from Taoist practice, chukjibeop means a hypothetical method of contracting physical distance. Bihaengsul refers to a supernatural power to levitate, fly and travel across time and space. They reflect the human desire to surpass the physical and perceived barriers and structures that bind us, despite the apparent absurdity of such imaginings. The project is part of an ongoing inquiry for Moon & Jeon to make sense of what they perceive as a fundamental function of art in our increasingly uncertain and precarious environment. Instead of trying to provide a definitive thesis, the artists propose ways of imagining the future where existing notions of art and creativity may no longer be relevant. As with the seemingly illogical and ludicrous concepts of chukjibeop and bihaengsul, for them, art is a crucial yet curiously unexplainable facet of complex human desires that compel us to imagine, dream, wonder and challenge.” The Ways of Folding Space & Flying. A project by Moon Kyungwon & Jeon Joonho. Korean Pavilion at the 56th International Art Exhibition – La Biennale di Venezia. Venice (Italy), May 7, 2015. More videos on contemporary art, design, architecture: http://vernissage.tv Connect: http://www.facebook.com/vernissagetv http://twitter.com/vernissagetv Browse our Archive: http://vernissage.tv/archive/posts/ Find Artists, Designers, Architects: http://vernissage.tv/archive/artists/ Art TV pioneer Vernissage TV provides you with an authentic insight into the world of contemporary fine arts, design and architecture. With its two main series "No Comment" and "Interviews", art tv channel VernissageTV attends opening receptions of exhibitions worldwide, interviews artists, designers, architects. VTV provides art lovers with news, reports and features from the international art scene. VernissageTV: the window to the art world. Das Fenster zur Kunstwelt. La fenêtre sur le monde de l'art. A janela para o mundo da arte. La ventana al mundo del arte. نافذة على عالم الفن. 到艺术世界的窗口。Окно в мир искусства. Since 2005.
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Old Wants -- Young Desires | Between Past And Future. Markus Schinwald (born 1973) is an Austrian visual artist. He lives and works in Vienna, Austria and New York, USA. Schinwald's works rely on a trans-historical approach that mixes contemporary elements and ancient atmospheres leading back into the past, linking different periods to display the constriction of human bodies and their relation with the surrounding space. Amelie, Grita, Berth, Jasper, Lukas or Pepe are just some of the characters depicted by the Austrian artist in his restored and manipulated paintings and vintage prints: faces of bourgeois ladies and gentlemen from the 19th century, who are being suffocated by curtains and scarves wrapped around their faces, men and women tricked up with chains, metal clamps, stripes and bandages that remind of weird pieces of jewelry and, at the same time, fetish objects and prosthesis. Markus Schinwald's small dark portraits are both macabre and freaky, though preserving the elegance, seriousness and above all composure of their hybrid creatures that puzzle and intrigue the viewers. Yes, because even if the weird tools initially cause uneasiness, they actually don't seem to be hindrances for the perfectly self-controlled figures. The altered body, its connections with the mind and space; the relation between inner and outer, conscious and unconscious call to mind the study of an artist's renowned countryman, Sigmund Freud. Music; Brian McBride - Overture
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Harland Miller is featured in the latest episode of Metropolis - the series broadcast on the multi-lingual TV channel Arte, which focuses on the cultural highlights in European cities. In this episode the filmmakers interview the artist in his London studio and at Blain|Southern Berlin, as he prepares for his first solo exhibition in Germany - Tonight We Make History (P.S. I Can’t Be There). You can see Harland discussing his artistic process, the black humour and nostalgia within in his work and more. Film by ARTE TV Credits: Direction Frauke Schlieckau Image I. Brunner, T. Winkel Editing Z. Wesendorf
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Marc Quinn is a British based artist best know for his sculptures of disabled people, golden supermodels and heads made of several pints of his own blood. His work explores the relationship between the human body and perceptions of beauty and conveys an obssession with the body's mutability.
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Sous Le Ciel Créations originales de Leandro Erlich pour le Bon Marché Du 12 janvier au 18 février 2018 Le Bon Marché Rive Gauche ►https://www.24sevres.com/fr-fr/le-bon-marche/vu-au-bon-marche/leandro-erlich Magazine en ligne : https://www.24sevres.com/fr-fr/le-bon... Site internet : https://www.24sevres.com/fr-fr/ Facebook : http://www.facebook.com/lebonmarche Twitter : @lebonmarche Instagram @lebonmarcherivegauche Pinterest : www.pinterest.com/lebonmarche Google + : http://google.com/+lebonmarche
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(15 Sep 2012) 1. Tilt down of "Inside-Outside" installation by Chiharu Shiota, Berlin-based Japanese artist 2. Close-up of windows 3. Wide of people looking at installation 4. Close-up of windows 5. Wide of artwork called "Goethebooks" by Shiota 6. Close-up of Shiota speaking to woman behind artwork 7. Close-up of "Goethebooks" artwork, antique books by 18th century German writer Johann Wolfgang Von Goethe hung in black thread structure 8. Pull focus from book to threads 9. SOUNDBITE: (English) Chiharu Shiota, artist: "I wanted to connect all the books. His mind, his soul, his emotional feelings. Everything." 10. Close-up of "Goethebooks" artwork 11. Mid of Shiota speaking to man 12. Close-up of "Goethebooks" artwork 13. SOUNDBITE: (English) Chiharu Shiota, artist: "Berlin at the moment is an artist city. A lot of artists are living here. And I feel freedom when living here to stay as an artist. More than Tokyo and more than other countries." 14. Wide of Art Berlin Contemporary (ABC) fair entrance sign 15. Zoom in on entrance sign 16. Wide of installations 17. Zoom in on artwork by Maxmillan Zent Zlomovitz 18. Wide of artwork by Dan Peterman 19. Close-up of artwork 20. Mid of installation of doors by Timm Ulrichs, woman walking through 21. Mid of Guido W. Baudach, Director, Art Berlin Contemporary (ABC) fair 22. SOUNDBITE: (German) Guido W. Baudach, Director, Art Berlin Contemporary (ABC) fair: "We have grown a lot in the last few years. This year we have around 130 galleries from 19 different countries. Around half are Berlin galleries and around half are international galleries." 23. Wide of installation by South-African artist James Webb 24. Close-up of Webb's art work 25. Wide of three paintings by Eddie Martinez, New York based artist, part of his American Native series 26. Various of paintings in Martinez American Native series 27. Mid of Javier Peres, art dealer and owner of the Peres' project gallery which represents Martinez 28. Close-up of painting 29. SOUNDBITE: (English) Javier Peres, art dealer: "His work is always based on abstract expressionism, post-modernism, colour field. He is one of these artists who is not trying to keep up with the trends per se. His art is really contemporary. Mainly because he is actually looking at the history of contemporary art, especially of what happened in New York in the last 50 years." 30. Close-up of artwork by Dirk Bell 31. Wide of artwork 32. Wide of art installation by Dieter Meier, Swiss artist, video playing in foreground 33. Close-up of video in installation 34. SOUNDBITE: (English) Javier Peres, art dealer: "A lot of what we are seeing nowadays in contemporary art is artists using recycled materials, you see a lot of references to minimalism, to appropriation, conceptual art, moving away from painting as painting, as we know it." 35. Wide of Hanging table installation by Anna Kolodziejska 36. Extreme close-up of table 37. Wide of people looking at painting by Corrine Wasmuth 38. Close-up of painting 39. Wide of artwork by Aaron Curry 40. Tilt down from venue roof to wide of art fair 41. SOUNDBITE: (English) Javier Peres, art dealer: "Berlin, the contemporary art scene, for me it's amongst the biggest and the most interesting in the world. But also it's very diverse. There's a lot of different things that are happening at the same time. And I think this fair kind of captures that essence of it." 42. Zoom in of painting by Rinus Van De Velde 43. Close-up of painting 44. Pan from painting to man looking 45. SOUNDBITE: (German) Anna Duque y Gonzalez, contemporary art specialist, Christies auction house: "Berlin is a centre for creativity and spontaneity. And in that way I think the way ABC presents itself suits Berlin very well." You can license this story through AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/metadata/youtube/bd35fdfb261931da51fc90666323edcf Find out more about AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/HowWeWork
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Syrian artist-in-exile Tammam Azzam, whose romantic yet uncompromising body of work forces us to see the crumbling devastation and despair of today’s world. Born in 1980 in Damascus, he is presently one of Syria's rising young artists. He graduated from the Faculty of Fine Arts in Damascus focusing in oil painting, and also obtained a Fine Arts Certificate in 2001 from Darat al Funun’s Al Kharif Academy. After joining the Shabab Ayyam Young Artists Program in 2008, he has been featured in several significant events including the group show, ‘Stories from the Levant’, Scope Art Fair, Basel, in 2009, and Art Miami 2010, and has held solo exhibitions at Ayyam Gallery, Damascus in 2010 and Dubai in 2011 and 2012. He now lives and works in Dubai, UAE. Upon losing his studio in Damascus and needing new ways to express himself and his sadness with the events that were unfolding in his homeland of Syria, Azzam began working with digital art. In his solo exhibition held in November 2012 in Ayyam Gallery Dubai, digital artworks representing each location where the Syrian Uprising took place were overlaid with the text, ‘In the revolution’, followed by the name of the area that witnessed the revolution. Other examples of his work took the form of fractured and wounded maps of his country, stop signs covered with bullet holes, bleeding apples, fallen chess pawns and puzzle pieces, and symbols of peace reconfigured into targets, all symbolizing the violence the Syrians are facing. Displaced Syrians feel a deep connection and sadness with the events unfolding in their country. As each day brings word of another friend or family member perishing, they feel silenced and immobile, unable to take any action, to cause any change or provide assistance. Tammam's work presents an overall sentiment of longing, echoing a distant past which no longer exists amidst the present turmoil. It is his way of reaching out, of sounding his pain and protest and extending a political commentary on the upheavals in his homeland that have led to the Syrian Uprising and the subsequent destruction and violence. Witty, smart and certainly a major part of today's world when everything gets played digitally or via social media, Tammam Azzam has used his artistic abilities to reflect on the worsening situation in Syria. He has also cleverly referenced street art, recognizing both of these mediums as powerful, difficult to suppress, direct tools for protest. In early 2013, Azzam made headlines world wide when one of his works, 'Freedom Graffiti' went viral on social media. He enlisted one of the most iconic kisses in art – Gustav Klimt’s 'The Kiss' - to protest his country's suffering, superimposing this image of love over the walls of a war-torn building in Damascus. The work was from his ‘Syrian Museum’ series in which he placed images taken from Western Art History by such masters as da Vinci, Matisse, Goya, Gaugin, Van Gogh, Dali and Warhol.... paralleling some of the greatest achievements of humanity with the destruction of Syria’s cultural heritage. The canvases of Tammam Azzam are experiments in the application of various media. Unusual components such a rope, clothes pins and other found objects are employed to create depth, texture and space, achieving a striking balance between the ordinary objects the artist portrays and the grand terrain that he evokes. For Azzam, such a methodology facilitates the creation of an artwork as a “hybrid form,” one that is capable of borrowing and multiplying as it evolves.
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The Venice Biennale is regarded as the most prestigious contemporary visual art exhibition in the world. The event opened over night in Venice and as Irena Smith reports a Tai Tokerau woman is NZ's artist at the exhibition.
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In the first of two film reports from the 2016 Venice Architecture Biennale we talk to Chilean architect – and this year’s curator – Alejandro Aravena about his chosen theme ‘Reporting from the Front’ and his hopes for stimulating the debate on improving quality of life in the built environment. To discover more about Monocle magazine head to http://www.monocle.com
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This year, Australia at the Venice Art Biennale is represented by Fiona Hall. Entitled Wrong Way Time, her exhibition is an immersive installation that deals with global political, financial, and environmental issues and events. It's also the inaugural exhibition of the new Australian Pavilion, the first twenty-first century pavilion built in the historic Giardini. Fiona Hall AO is one of Australia's leading contemporary artists and came to prominence as a photographer in the 1970s. She lives and works in Adelaide, South Australia. During the 1980s she extended her creative practice to embrace a diverse range of art forms including sculpture, installation, garden design, and film. Transforming everyday materials and objects, Fiona Hall creates artworks that often address the relationship between nature and culture. Her practice includes major public commissions and projects that have increasingly engaged with themes of ecology, history and the effects of globalization More videos on contemporary art, design, architecture: http://vernissage.tv Connect: http://www.facebook.com/vernissagetv http://twitter.com/vernissagetv Browse our Archive: http://vernissage.tv/archive/posts/ Find Artists, Designers, Architects: http://vernissage.tv/archive/artists/ Art TV pioneer Vernissage TV provides you with an authentic insight into the world of contemporary fine arts, design and architecture. With its two main series "No Comment" and "Interviews", art tv channel VernissageTV attends opening receptions of exhibitions worldwide, interviews artists, designers, architects. VTV provides art lovers with news, reports and features from the international art scene. VernissageTV: the window to the art world. Das Fenster zur Kunstwelt. La fenêtre sur le monde de l'art. A janela para o mundo da arte. La ventana al mundo del arte. نافذة على عالم الفن. 到艺术世界的窗口。Окно в мир искусства. Since 2005.
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Turning art on its head, literally. That's the credo of 77-year old painter and sculptor Georg Baselitz. As one of the heavyweights in the art scene he presents himself after 35 years for the second time at the Venice Biennale. More euromaxx: http://www.dw.de/program/euromaxx
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Intervista con Joan Jonas, l'artista invitata a rappresentare gli Stati Uniti d'America alla Biennale Arte 2015. Espone ai Giardini Interview with Joan Jonas, the artist who represented the United States of America at the Art Biennale 2015. Exhibited at Giardini
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EVENT DETAILS PAGE --------------------------------------- JOIN : https://www.facebook.com/events/2244648622232002/ The Trumpeter Swan is the world’s largest species of water bird and is one of the heaviest flying birds native to North America, with a wingspan of 8 feet and weighs up to 30 pounds. Once they nested over most of North America with some estimates placing their number at more than 100,000. But by the 1880's, they were almost hunted out of existence and were locally extinct in Ontario, Canada. The Trumpeter Swan’s reintroduction to Ontario has been a story in the making for more than 30 years. Harry Lumsden, a retired biologist, made it his mission to bring the extinct Trumpeter Swans back to its traditional range in Ontario. Starting with just a few eggs, Harry and his volunteers have taken Trumpeter Swans in Ontario from extinct to a thriving population. Today the challenges facing wildlife conservation have never been greater. With each passing year, more species are added to the lists of wildlife threatened with extinction. However, Lumsden’s and his team of volunteers profound commitment to Trumpeter Swan conservation demonstrates we can make a difference. My journey with the Trumpeters started in the winter of 2015 when I first met the Trumpeters wintering at LaSelle park. I was moved and inspired by their recovery story. For the past three years I have been photographing the swans in an effort to understand their behaviours as well as to help with generating more awareness. My time with the Trumpeters in snow, ice, fog, and rain were filled with many wondrous heart felt moments and has allowed me to understand what goes on behind the scenes. The sights and sounds of the Trumpeters world captivates me. I have already learned so much, and also grateful to get to know some swan personalities individually. Through countless hours of volunteer stewardship and careful wildlife management today there are over a 1000 self-sustaining population throughout south-central Ontario, Canada. And the skies once again echo the trumpeting calls of this majestic bird. The photography exhibition titled “Trumpeter Swans” will be held on "November 3rd, 2018" at the Visual Arts Mississauga Gallery. The photography exhibition will showcase the stunning beauty of this incredible bird and also highlights the significance of nature/wildlife conservation. The proceeds of the photo exhibit will benefit the Trumpeter Swan Restoration Group. MORE INFORMATION -------------------------------------- Website: http://www.washofblack.com Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/meera.sulaiman
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http://tourvideos.com/ The Venice Biennale is a major contemporary art exhibition that takes place once every two years (in odd years) in Venice, Italy. We have created three movies about the various past Biennales, filled with amazingly entertaining art in all media. It is like a World’s Fair of Art, or an amusement park filled with beautiful treasures. Nearly 400 artists representing over 80 countries create new works especially for this show, which is the world’s oldest, largest and best Biennial art exhibit. This movie about the 2013 exhibit features: Belgium, Netherlands, Hungary, Greece, France, Korea, Japan, Russia, Venezuela, Switzerland, Indonesia, Italy, the main Pavilion, extensive look at many artists in the Arsenale. Look for our other two movies about earlier years. 2003 features: Denmark, Russia, Japan, UK, France, Czech, Australia, Uruguay, Greece, USA, Iceland, Hungary, Netherlands, and many more in the main Pavilion, including Damien Hirst. See it here: https://youtu.be/LmI_UR_JsSg We include three different exhibits from 2005, 2009 and 2011 in a forthcoming movie packed with more incredible pieces that will shock, amaze, entertain and crack you up.
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