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artsétoile press about art history lessons for kids 24nov11 claire d’harcourt’s oversize bright orange children’s book, art up close:  from ancient to modern, is a wonderful and interactive way to teach children how to look at art and engage them in the history of art.  disguised as a where’s waldo type game, the book travels through history with 23 full-color reproductions of the world’s greatest masterpieces from egyptian artists and arabic calligraphers and miniaturists to bosch, veronese, and watteau, renoir, miro, picasso, and pollock.  the children are tasked with locating all of the enlarged details in each picture.  clear descriptions of the artists lives are included at the end of the book, hidden under flaps that also reveal the location of the details.  at the end of the book, a short summary of key periods in the history of art further enhance the learning experience. this delightful book is equally entertaining for children and adults and a must-have for any budding art enthusiast’s library. filed under: books, education | 40 comments tags: art history, art up close, children's art books, clair d'harcourt how to hang art like a rock star (or at least like martha stewart) 22nov11 by emily waldorf have you ever felt intimidated by hanging artwork yourself and thought that you needed to hire a professional installer?  it is actually surprisingly straight-forward to hang your own artwork as long as you do your homework beforehand and use extra special care.  plus, there is no time like a recession to learn how to do something yourself, and it can be an empowering learning process. a good place to start is martha stewart’s homekeeping handbook:  the essential guide to caring for everything in your home, filled with helpful tips and how-to’s on everything you ever needed (or wanted) to know about running a well-oiled household, including wise words about caring for, framing, and hanging art. here is an edited selection of her best tips: hang art 60 inches from the floor, as most galleries do.  use a picture-hanging hook that is designed to accommodate the weight of your artwork.  make sure to account for the distance between the wire hanger and the top of the piece. continue reading ‘how to hang art like a rock star (or at least like martha stewart)’ filed under: collecting, decoration, design, education | 38 comments tags: all the best, apartment therapy, domino, frame art, hang art, homekeeping handbook, how to, kate spade, martha stewart, peak of chic, recession, rock star, style court occasional beast: alexandra wiesenfeld at gallery km 01apr11 an interview with the artist by emily waldorf munich-born, los angeles-based artist alexandra wiesenfeld’s inaugural show at gallery km includes six large-scale oil on canvas paintings and eight drawings, depicting human and animal figures in surreal dimensions that examine the inner workings of the human psyche.  in this body of work, wiesenfeld gives us a glimpse into her inner world, and her protagonists inhabiting a world of inner isolation.http://www.gallerykmla.com/the artist’s glassell park studio, is filled with neatly stacked canvases and brimming over with life and energy, including two dogs and work from other artists hanging on the walls.  wiesenfeld’s energy and original mix of contemporary painterly skill and historical perspective make her an important emerging force in l.a.’s contemporary art scene.  wiesenfeld has a warm and effusive manner that defies the solitary nature of her paintings. wiesenfeld earned a bfa from pomona college and an mfa from montana state university.  she has exhibited her work in a recent solo show at the happy lion gallery, los angeles, and group exhibitions at the nord art, germany, the torrance art museum, l.a. art house, beverly hills, and the dactyl foundation, new york, eagle rock cultural center, los angeles.  wiesenfeld is an associate professor at los angeles city college. emily waldorf:  tell me what got you started on this specific body of work?  figures, both human and animal, clearly take center stage in your work.  please tell me about the significance behind the figures.  is there a background story linking the work or is each individual work a story in and of itself? alexandra wiesenfeld:  what drives my work first and foremost is psychology.  there is a word in german, inne-halten, which translates as pausing, but if you took the words literally would mean “holding inside”. though i like the idea of the “spectacle” of painting, in a beckmanesque sense, it’s the quieter states of reflections surrounding action—before it is about to take place or after it has happened– that i try to tackle.  in terms of subject matter, i start with a vague idea, which becomes clearer as the painting evolves.  often i need a few paintings to resolve a “problem”–ideally i need a series rather than one painting. ew:  how does the show at gallery km relate to your past work?  how has your work evolved over time? aw: i feel that this body of work is coming full circle.  i had started out painting raw and gestural images of people and animals, which i sometimes intersected with flat, line-based areas. later i gravitated towards painting people in arid and forsaken landscapes. i felt that if a person is alone in a landscape, the landscape has the potential to become more than just abackdrop.  in the last series of works man and land were still interacting, but not in the same composition. i juxtaposed an illusionistic landscape of a manmade lake in the badlands of montana with portraits of juvenile death row inmates in texas. the composition of the lake never changed, though the weather and time of day did. i was looking at how manmade structures and laws changed man and land, and how the changes inside both man and land were constant, like the thoughts in the inmates’ heads or the weather for the lake, while the outside structures were not. i painted the surface of the paintings very smoothly, because i wanted to speak of distance and unavailability, and the fact that the imagery was gained secondhand.  i also wanted to evoke the sentimentality inherent to the process of painting. but when i finished the series i realized i was getting closer and closer to my father’s way of painting. i felt i had painted myself into a corner, which made me throw myself into the messier territory of the way i used to paint, which is more process oriented.  what i took away from the series and what i am still working with, is how the impenetrability of the painted surface can mirror the sense of distance and longing certain landscapes, snippets of land and sky, evoke at certain times. ew:  what is the process for the paintings and the drawings?  how long do they take to create?  do you do preparatory drawings?   tell me about your studio practice, the type of paint, materials, and technique, that you use. aw: if not taken from me, i will rework paintings for years because that is how long it takes me to decide whether the image sticks. i work best when over-painting old work. of course i have lost many paintings this way as well.  i like the resulting palimpsest, the possibility for accidents and the history that builds up – between the layers of paint and the layers of meaning. ew:  when did you first realize that you wanted to be an artist? aw:  i come from an artist family.  my father was a realist painter with quite some acclaim in the 1970’s and 80’s, and my brother was a child prodigy who is now a very talented painter in berlin.  when growing up, i showed little aptitude or interest (unlike my brother did), though my fingers and mind always felt restless.  i always knew that i would make art, just not like my father and brother, or so i thought then.  as a young girl i had to pose for my father, which entailed standing amongst an array of still life objects for hours every day for years.  i used to hate posing and anything resulting from it, but now, with enough distance, i realize how beautiful my father’s paintings really are.  i left home (germany) abruptly after high school, and on my own pursued ‘art’. i found a lovely older lady who let me carve alabaster sculptures with other older ladies in laurel canyon. simultaneously i worked hard on teaching myself to draw and paint.   the physical distance to home had the reverse effect.  in my mind and in my art, i was seriously grappling with my father’s work and the old masters that featured so largely in his canon of the greats. my painting was an extension of the dialogue and battleground with my own past and with art history that took place entirely in my head. continue reading ‘occasional beast: alexandra wiesenfeld at gallery km’ filed under: contemporary art, galleries, los angeles | 3 comments tags: alexandra wiesenfeld, artist interview, gallery km culture clicks 18feb11 . cindy sherman at moma and elizabeth peyton at the met (ny times) anna nicole reimagined at covent garden is success (ny times) review of lynda benglis at the new museum (ny times) dark rebel in a tahitian paradise:  gauguin at the national gallery of art (wsj) gagosian buys warhol portrait in $99 million auction (bloomberg) the plight of the 104:  too artsy even for paris? (la times) steve martin & dave hickey at lacma:  talking about art was fine with this crowd (la times) art fund sell-off boosts peppy phillip’s contemporary sale (artinfo) filed under: art market, auctions, contemporary art, london, los angeles, new york, photography, reviews, uncategorized | 1 comment tags: 104, andy warhol, anna nicole, cindy sherman, elizabeth peyton, gauguin, lacma, paris, phillips, steve martin culture clicks 04feb11 a view of hirst's spin painting booth at davos the 3rd india art summit (ny times) colbert portrait, with art world input to be sold at auction (ny times) dispute over jewish archive derails russian art loans to us (ny times) google’s art of technology (wsj) vip art fair gets negative press as top works go unsold (bloomberg) what artists think about when they think about football (artinfo) houellebecq’s shocking new art-world novel (artinfo) at  davos, hirst took wealthy admirers for a spin as koons looked on (artinfo) robert “roy” ritchie on his years at the huntington (la times) lacma says mattel did not pay barbie’s way into museum exhibition (la times) filed under: art fairs, collecting, contemporary art, dealers, los angeles, museums, party pics, travel, uncategorized | 54 comments tags: damien hirst, davos, football, google, houellebecq art novel, india art summit, jeff koons, vip art fair weekly art news 04feb11 reposted from wlm advisors by hayley miner google art project – virtual art viewing of inventory of the world’s great galleries and museums. you can “walk around” moma and view seurat’s painting up close or bruegel’s 16th century painting “the harvesters” at the met. l.a. arts month is over. art l.a. contemporary closed on sunday to a successful run at the barker hangar. the live programming of performance art & musical performances set this fair apart from all the other ones. most lively and amusing was marnie weber’s ragtag monsters writhing about in the aisles. the walead beshty talk and other panel discussions at the fair also elevated the experience of art viewing. kenny scharf’s mural in the bowery was defaced by graffiti bombers. now, there are surveillance cameras installed by real-estate mogul tony goldman who owns the wall. scharf has since done touch-ups to the mural. “ode to happiness” – an artist’s book created by painter alexandra grant and actor keanu reeves. they are giving a talk about their collaboration and the ideas of translation and friendship that inspired the book – feb 13 at 4pm at lacma. laura owens (mfa cal arts 94′) is giving a talk at the hammer museum’s billy wilder theater on thursday, feb. 3rd. regen projects presents john bock. opening reception feb 5, saturday. lynda benglis opens at new museum of contemporary art on feb 9, 2011. a major exhibition of her works. her first museum retrospective in over 20 years. jedediah caesar and elke krystufek opens at susanne vielmetter l.a. projects feb 5. larry fink opens at lacma on feb 13. fink, a society photographer who did shoots for vanity fair from 2000 to 2009. a massive 3000 sq-ft ad for ysl’s “parisienne” perfume with kate moss is now draped over the musee d’orsay. a decade ago, this is unheard of but with our economic climate, museums need to find creative ways to cover costs for renovations, like the d’orsay, or other projects. james franco is everywhere these days. latest project: teaching a class on creating a documentary about franco called “master class: editing james franco…with james franco”, taught by his friend tyler danna at columbia college hollowood. what’s next for this multi-talented indefatigable wonder boy? filed under: uncategorized | 6 comments culture clicks 13jan11 shepard fairey and the a.p. settle legal dispute (ny times) mark landis, prolific art forger (ny times) met costume institute gets $10 million from jonathan and lizzie tisch (wsj) billionaires reveal treasures as asian painters edge picasso in singapore (bloomberg) how offensive is damien hirst’s diamond-encrusted baby skull? (la times) art review:  california biennial at the orange county museum of art (la times) interview with eli broad about his planned private museum (artinfo) france’s stock market for art launches with ipo of lewitt and vezzoli (artinfo) new israeli art site aims for pro-zionist “virtual moma” (artinfo) filed under: art forgeries, art market, collecting, contemporary art, galleries, los angeles, modern art, museums, paris, reviews | 2 comments « older posts search artist interviews alexandra wiesenfeld david jon kassan gina minichino jaqueline cedar nancy macko peter anton ruby osorio timothy berg and rebekah myers blogroll all the best art observed artworld salon fine arts la first person artist haven in paris i call it oranges la art girls la in bloom style court the art law blog the peak of chic unframed decorati access articles brucke: startling and raw emotion at new york’s neue galerie buyer beware: read the fine print when bidding at auction buying art with clients design lessons at the getty in search of quality & value: a return to old masters learning about art with decorati’s new guest blogger negotiating the private sale the art world's plastic surgeon the recession’s silver lining: art quality & availability improve la boutique artsétoile’s amazon.com store linkroll 1stdibs antiques trade gazette art & letters daily art we love artbistro artforum artinfo artnet artslant bonhams christie’s decorati discussion divas foryourart kristin's list la gazette de l’hôtel drouot phillips de pury & company sotheby’s the art newspaper wandermelon nonprofits art connects la laxart p.s. arts piece by piece venice arts recent entries art history lessons for kids how to hang art like a rock star (or at least like martha stewart) occasional beast: alexandra wiesenfeld at gallery km culture clicks culture clicks weekly art news culture clicks jennifer rubell’s food installation @ rubell family collection the scoop @ art basel miami beach artist spotlight: elizabeth sunday art preserving art categories antiques (24) antiquities (10) architecture (15) art charity (10) art conservation (2) art criticism (14) art fairs (32) art forgeries (5) art law (11) art market (89) art schools (2) art services (4) artist projects (15) artist studios (3) asian art (16) auctions (58) beijing (4) books (21) celebs (58) collecting (145) contemporary art (190) dealers (71) decoration (18) design (33) education (42) epicurean (40) fashion (29) film (10) galleries (91) green living (5) london (32) los angeles (138) miami (9) modern art (35) museums (124) new york (80) non profit spaces (13) old masters (27) paris (30) party pics (52) photography (36) reader notes (1) reviews (51) san francisco (11) sculpture (9) top 5's (7) travel (33) uncategorized (28) wine (7) archives november 2011 april 2011 february 2011 january 2011 december 2010 november 2010 october 2010 august 2010 july 2010 june 2010 may 2010 april 2010 march 2010 february 2010 january 2010 december 2009 november 2009 october 2009 september 2009 august 2009 july 2009 june 2009 may 2009 april 2009 march 2009 february 2009 january 2009 december 2008 november 2008 october 2008 september 2008 august 2008 july 2008 june 2008 may 2008 blog at wordpress.com. artsétoile create a free website or blog at wordpress.com. post to cancel


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