Artwork – Artdeko BG http://artdeko-bg.com/ Fri, 17 Sep 2021 20:20:21 +0000 en-US hourly 1 https://wordpress.org/?v=5.8 https://artdeko-bg.com/wp-content/uploads/2021/07/artdeko-bg-icon-150x150.jpg Artwork – Artdeko BG http://artdeko-bg.com/ 32 32 Bring home artwork from the Louvre on your Samsung The Frame TV https://artdeko-bg.com/bring-home-artwork-from-the-louvre-on-your-samsung-the-frame-tv/ https://artdeko-bg.com/bring-home-artwork-from-the-louvre-on-your-samsung-the-frame-tv/#respond Fri, 17 Sep 2021 19:48:28 +0000 https://artdeko-bg.com/bring-home-artwork-from-the-louvre-on-your-samsung-the-frame-tv/ Samsung’s The Frame TV launched the company’s line of lifestyle TVs and has become a popular choice for many. The good thing about The Frame is the ability to use it to display artwork while still using it to watch the entirety of the MCU movies. Now, the company has teamed up with the Louvre […]]]>

Samsung’s The Frame TV launched the company’s line of lifestyle TVs and has become a popular choice for many. The good thing about The Frame is the ability to use it to display artwork while still using it to watch the entirety of the MCU movies. Now, the company has teamed up with the Louvre to bring stunning works of art to the platform.

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With this new partnership with the Louvre, Samsung is expanding its offer in its Art Store for Frame users. These new additions to the Louvre bring Samsung’s art catalog to more than 1,500 pieces from 42 different countries. Users can enjoy these masterpieces in 4K resolution.

Besides the Louvre, the works of the Samsung Art Store come from the Prado Museum in Madrid, the Albertina Museum in Vienna, the Tate Modern in London, the Van Gogh Museum in Amsterdam, the State Hermitage Museum in St. Petersburg and LUMAS.

Since we launched our lifestyle TV portfolio in 2017, we have focused on developing the Art Store platform with prestigious partners. We want to offer more than just television, inviting Art into the homes of The Frame owners everywhere.

This catalog lists the works of hundreds of artists, spanning various periods, from ancient civilizations to modern art, ”said Wonjin Lee, president and head of the Service Biz team at Samsung Electronics. “This year, we are proud to partner with one of the most famous museums in the world, the Louvre, to enrich this collection and offer a taste of French heritage around the world.”

By entering into a partnership with the Louvre[1], Samsung offers all owners of The Frame the opportunity to explore the world’s most visited museum through some 40 works of art and photographs.

This selection includes must-see masterpieces such as La Joconde and Les Noces de Cana and photos of the majestic Louvre galleries, architecture and the museum park (Louvre Pyramid, Tuileries Garden, etc.). A brief description of each work gives users an overview of their journey and history.

“The Louvre is a place of discovery, full of emotion, a spectacular setting for artistic masterpieces. Admiring works from his collection every day, at home, as well as views of the building, galleries and gardens, is a wonderful way to see and understand the extraordinary beauty of this museum ”, declared Yann Le Touher, responsible for brand development. Louvre licenses and commercial partnerships.

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Samsung and the Louvre also plan to unveil other exclusive content for The Frame users later this year. Be sure to read our “The Frame” review and check out Samsung’s website for more.

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Radford Early Learning Center receives artwork and grant https://artdeko-bg.com/radford-early-learning-center-receives-artwork-and-grant/ https://artdeko-bg.com/radford-early-learning-center-receives-artwork-and-grant/#respond Fri, 17 Sep 2021 10:19:07 +0000 https://artdeko-bg.com/radford-early-learning-center-receives-artwork-and-grant/ Mr. Dick Harshberger, member of the board of directors of Radford Child Development, Inc. and his wife, Ms. Kathleen Harshberger, continue their work with Mr. Gary Gillespie Israel to secure the legacy of artist Dorothy Gillespie in Radford. In a small ceremony on Friday September 10, Israel presented Ms. Gillespie’s “Earth Ribbon” for installation at […]]]>

Mr. Dick Harshberger, member of the board of directors of Radford Child Development, Inc. and his wife, Ms. Kathleen Harshberger, continue their work with Mr. Gary Gillespie Israel to secure the legacy of artist Dorothy Gillespie in Radford. In a small ceremony on Friday September 10, Israel presented Ms. Gillespie’s “Earth Ribbon” for installation at the Radford Early Learning Center.

Mr. Israel, Mrs. Gillespie’s son and President of the Dorothy M. Gillespie Foundation, explained the donation as a testament to his mother’s strong values ​​in the power of education. “As Professor Emeritus of Art at Radford University, my mother taught seminars and offered advice on the passion and business of art. She has also worked regularly alongside students, producing art and organizing events and projects.

The Dorothy M. Gillespie Foundation will continue to support arts education at the Radford Early Learning Center through an annual grant of $ 500 and the donation of Dorothy Gillespie paper sculpture kits developed at Roanoke College in partnership with the Foundation. These kits will allow teachers at the Center to encourage the artistic development of young children and allow them to make the connection between their own creations and the newly installed Gillespie’s work.

Radford Early Learning Center receives 4 artwork and grant“We are grateful to Dick and Kathleen who continue to be the biggest supporters of education and the arts in our community,” said Dr. Agida Manizade, RCD Board Chair. Mr. Israel reiterated these sentiments: “I want to thank Dick and Kathleen Harshberger for being my good friends and great supporters of my efforts to preserve my mother’s legacy in Radford and across the country. They were instrumental in the success of my mother’s 2020 centenary celebration in Radford.

Mr Israel continued: “Radford and the University of Radford were very important to my mother and a very big part of my mother’s legacy. With over 90 works of art spanning six decades, RU is home to the largest and most comprehensive collection of my mother’s work. Her association with Radford University began in the 1960s when she donated one of her pieces to Radford College on extended loan. Over the years, she continued to donate art to Radford University and was instrumental in securing gifts from other artists for an ever-growing university collection.

Ms. Gillespie, a pioneer of women in the arts, has had a career spanning more than 70 years as an activist, speaker and mentor to creative women around the world. Working in mediums as diverse as metal, canvas and paper, she has distinguished herself as one of the preeminent artists of our time. His work has been exhibited in prestigious museums such as the Guggenheim, as well as in innovative private galleries and collected by art lovers around the world.

The 501 (c) (3) Radford Child Development is a fully managed and run organization by volunteers. It was started nine years ago with a mission to bring a high quality child care and early childhood education center to the Radford area. The result of this initiative is the Radford Early Learning Center, currently operated by KinderCare Learning Centers under contract with RCD, Inc. RELC is a Grade 3 Virginia grade facility and accredited by the National Association for Early Childhood Education.

The RCD provides support to the teachers of the RELC as well as to families in need. If you would like to donate to Radford Child Development, a non-profit, tax-deductible 501 (c) (3) donation is accepted through their website, www.radfordchilddevelopment.org. You can also sign up for the Kroger Community Rewards and Amazon Smile programs. These companies will then donate a percentage of the sales to the RCD.

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LACMA receives 109 indigenous American works of art https://artdeko-bg.com/lacma-receives-109-indigenous-american-works-of-art/ https://artdeko-bg.com/lacma-receives-109-indigenous-american-works-of-art/#respond Thu, 16 Sep 2021 20:30:00 +0000 https://artdeko-bg.com/lacma-receives-109-indigenous-american-works-of-art/ Margaret Tafoya, “Wedding Vase”, 20th century, Los Angeles County Museum of Art, Gift of the Reiter Family (photo © Museum Associates / LACMA) The Los Angeles County Museum of Art (LACMA) has received a treasure of 109 Native American works from the Reiter family collection that chronicles important developments in Native art traditions of the […]]]>


Margaret Tafoya, “Wedding Vase”, 20th century, Los Angeles County Museum of Art, Gift of the Reiter Family (photo © Museum Associates / LACMA)

The Los Angeles County Museum of Art (LACMA) has received a treasure of 109 Native American works from the Reiter family collection that chronicles important developments in Native art traditions of the Southwest. The gift includes 82 ceramic pieces from the Southwest as well as paintings and drawings, Pomo feather baskets, sculptures from the Pacific Northwest, and ancient works of art from Central America and Meso.

The collection is a testament to the resurgence of ancient Pueblo techniques, styles and patterns in the late 19th and 20th centuries, a lineage exemplified by the famous potter Hopi-Tewa Nampeyo of Hano. Inspired by the Sikyatki ceramic fragments found in the First Mesa Hopi, where many Tewa Pueblo residents took refuge during the Spanish invasion in the 1690s, Nampeyo achieved a unique synthesis of the motifs of his ancestors and his own. creations almost 400 years later. The pots made by his descendants, Fannie Nampeyo, as well as living artists Dextra Nampeyo and Steve Lucas, testify to the continuity of these visual languages ​​in the present.

The Reiter family donation also includes a group of pots from neighboring indigenous peoples to the southwest, including the Santa Clara Pueblo, known for its polished pottery and red polychrome pottery. A wedding vase by Margaret Tafoya, a 20th century artist in Santa Clara, features a relief sculpture of the serpent Avanyu, the Tewa guardian of water.

The gift comes at a time when the museum and gallery are going up interest in indigenous art, but also an increased awareness of its circulation and commercialization in the circuits of the non-indigenous art market to the possible detriment of indigenous communities. This week, members of the Osage Nation denounced the auction of a Missouri cave with prehistoric Native American paintings on its wall. Dubbed “the most important rock art site in North America,” the cave was sold by Selkirk Auctioneers for $ 2.2 million to a private buyer.

A spokesperson for LACMA told Hyperallergic that the Reiter giveaway works were acquired “through the artists and / or their descendants directly, as well as through the aftermarket, auction or gallery.” According to a press release, the Reiters began their collection with contemporary works purchased from the Santa Fe Indian Market and other locations in the 1980s and then backed down, acquiring older and more historic pieces.

“The Reiter family collections are both historically and institutionally important in several ways,” the museum said in a statement. “Many of these works represent significant moments when the indigenous peoples of the Southwest began to reclaim their traditional culture and integrate into the world of Western art. “

“By promising these works at LACMA, the Reiters wish to share with the general public the powerful stories and artistic legacy of the Native American artists who inspired them so much.”

In the Blacticing space, curator and collector Kevin Jones presents objects deeply charged with emotion, connection and care.


Dobkin caught the attention of critics early on with his eccentric and sometimes self-deprecating works, which often center the lesbian identity.


At Kiyoshi Kurosawa The wife of a spy, a woman is involved in denouncing Japanese war crimes in Manchuria.



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Katie Price Reveals Huge Artwork Of Her Son Harvey And ‘Can’t Stop Staring At It’ As Star Returns To Mucky Mansion https://artdeko-bg.com/katie-price-reveals-huge-artwork-of-her-son-harvey-and-cant-stop-staring-at-it-as-star-returns-to-mucky-mansion/ https://artdeko-bg.com/katie-price-reveals-huge-artwork-of-her-son-harvey-and-cant-stop-staring-at-it-as-star-returns-to-mucky-mansion/#respond Thu, 16 Sep 2021 11:38:00 +0000 https://artdeko-bg.com/katie-price-reveals-huge-artwork-of-her-son-harvey-and-cant-stop-staring-at-it-as-star-returns-to-mucky-mansion/ KATIE Price has revealed a huge portrait of her son Harvey and said she “can’t stop staring at him”. The 43-year-old showed off the incredible piece of art on Instagram and told fans it will take pride of place in her home. 3 Katie Price is in heaven with her Harvey portraitCredit: Katie Price 3 […]]]>

KATIE Price has revealed a huge portrait of her son Harvey and said she “can’t stop staring at him”.

The 43-year-old showed off the incredible piece of art on Instagram and told fans it will take pride of place in her home.

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Katie Price is in heaven with her Harvey portraitCredit: Katie Price
Katie single-handedly raised 19-year-old Harvey

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Katie single-handedly raised 19-year-old HarveyCredit: REX

She said: “Thank you Chris for this wonderful photo of Harvey. I love it.

“I was going to put it in Harvey’s new place but I’m going to keep it here so I can keep looking at it, so thank you very much. It’s amazing.”

Yesterday we revealed that Katie had returned to her filthy mansion as filming for her new Channel 4 show resumed.

Production stopped last month after the mother of five was hospitalized following an alleged assault.

The show’s producer shared a photo as she got closer to Katie and confirmed “they are working hard.”

Katie’s glam team also shared a series of videos from inside the house.

A source told us: “Katie lives at home now as they work hard on the show – she’s a real transplanter and wanted to crack the project.”

Videos from inside the house show the property is still a mess and a lot of work is needed – there was even dog poop on the floor.

Earlier this year, Katie signed a one-off deal with Channel 4 to renovate her Horsham home which had fallen into disarray following the breakdown of her marriage to Kieran Hayler.

Filming began earlier this summer, with Katie and her partner Carl Woods being followed by cameras as they overhauled the house.

The deal was reportedly worth half a million pounds, with sources claiming The Sun Katie secured an advance of around £ 50,000.

Katie broke up with Carl after a series of explosive fits, however.

She was heard at the National Television Awards telling friends she was newly single – and living in her house.

A guest revealed: “Katie has publicly pretended to be total – but she already looked pretty drunk by the time she took her seat in the auditorium.

“She would spill the wine and ask for vodka. She was telling people, “I’m single, I dumped him” and was clearly focused on moving on. They had constantly rowed and she said she had had enough.

“She said she was back living in her West Sussex home although it was not yet fully furnished. But she was adamant she would not go home. As far as she’s concerned, it’s over.

Katie returned to her mucky mansion

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This seven-year-old artist sells her works for TAAG https://artdeko-bg.com/this-seven-year-old-artist-sells-her-works-for-taag/ https://artdeko-bg.com/this-seven-year-old-artist-sells-her-works-for-taag/#respond Tue, 14 Sep 2021 18:30:00 +0000 https://artdeko-bg.com/this-seven-year-old-artist-sells-her-works-for-taag/ Like many young girls, Rowyn Thyne loves animals and painting. This seven-year-old combined the two and found a way to help TAAG (The Animal Assistance Group). Thyne took the time to paint pictures and sell them in order to raise funds for the group. TAAG is a local, volunteer-run organization that aims to help homeless […]]]>

Like many young girls, Rowyn Thyne loves animals and painting. This seven-year-old combined the two and found a way to help TAAG (The Animal Assistance Group).

Thyne took the time to paint pictures and sell them in order to raise funds for the group.

TAAG is a local, volunteer-run organization that aims to help homeless cats stay healthy and eventually be adopted. The group relies on fundraising, sponsorship and donations from the community.

“It was her idea, with school closures and COVID, she was looking for things to do so we found these things online called paint parties and she really enjoyed them,” said DJ Thyne, the father. by Rowyn and owner of Thyne’s Family Bakery.

Rowyn started painting and selling in March 2021 and has sold around 15-20 paintings so far. She paints her paintings by attending paint parties – Facebook Live videos that walk painters step by step on how to create certain paintings.

“We’re pretty close with TAAG owner Cheryl Alberta telling us they can’t fundraiser like they used to, so we realized COVID was eating away at TAAG’s fundraising capabilities. It’s something we really care about here, so she jumped on it right away and asked if she could start selling paintings for them, ”Thyne said.

Supporting an organization like TAAG means a lot to Rowyn and her family.

“It’s something that is very dear to us. We’re doing our best to set up our new bakery and turn half of it into a cat cafe where people can come in and sit with the cats that are up for adoption and hopefully adopt them, ”Thyne told About the new bakery they’re working on opening asap.

“I was very proud of her when she said she wanted to do that. It was almost in tears,” Thyne said. “We do our best to try to be charitable so that got me. gave the impression that we taught him well. ”

“Seeing her follow in our footsteps and find something she believed in enough to want to do, especially finding out that the shelter was struggling to get the fundraiser it normally receives, was a very proud moment,” said he declared.

“I think it’s important for everyone to help organizations that are important to them. In our case, organizations that help animals and children are things my wife and I have always sponsored. We are very happy to see our children follow suit ”,

“I am very proud of her for making changes in our community,” said Bobbi-Lee, Rowyn’s mother.

Rowyn’s paintings can be found on TAAG’s social media pages, or you can contact the Thynes if you would like a painting of your own.

“I love all the animals out there and if they didn’t have enough money they couldn’t buy food for all of them,” Rowyn said of the inspiration behind her idea.

So far Rowyn has painted a dragonfly, a frog, two rabbit paintings and more.

The 3rd grade student at Queen Elizabeth Public School herself has nine cats, all adopted by TAAG.

“I love cats but I also love guinea pigs, rabbits and fish. But of them all, I think I like cats the most, ”she added. “I have a few more people who would like paintings, and I hope more people ask for them. “

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Talented Trio of Traditional Artists Bring Their Works to Life as NFT https://artdeko-bg.com/talented-trio-of-traditional-artists-bring-their-works-to-life-as-nft/ https://artdeko-bg.com/talented-trio-of-traditional-artists-bring-their-works-to-life-as-nft/#respond Fri, 10 Sep 2021 19:26:53 +0000 https://artdeko-bg.com/talented-trio-of-traditional-artists-bring-their-works-to-life-as-nft/ Artists and technology are changing the way we view and collect fine art Clearwater, Florida – September 10, 2021 – In a new twist on NFTs, three well-known and highly successful mainstream artists, David Yorke, Grant Hacking and Steven Lang each released their first digital NFTs today. In collaboration with creator and digital art entrepreneur, […]]]>

Artists and technology are changing the way we view and collect fine art

Clearwater, Florida – September 10, 2021 – In a new twist on NFTs, three well-known and highly successful mainstream artists, David Yorke, Grant Hacking and Steven Lang each released their first digital NFTs today. In collaboration with creator and digital art entrepreneur, Paul Brown, a collectible image of each artist was created and released for sale on the OpenSea NFT platform.

Paul Brown commented on the release: “We took some amazing original art on canvas and were able to add another dimension to it. Together with the artists, we created digital images that come to life through animation and sound, and delivered each of them as NFTs. To date, there hasn’t been a lot of crossbreeding between fine artists and NFTs and I think that is about to change. Brown has been involved in fine art through his family’s 39-year-old art gallery and digital art and NFTs for the past several years. “I love both traditional and digital art, but find it’s the combination of the two that gives the best of both worlds,” Brown commented.

To date, two-dimensional fine art has mainly been created on canvas and exhibited in galleries, museums and private collections. While digital art and most NFTs, on the other hand, are created and viewed via a computer and sometimes include images that are more akin to an avatar or meme than a work of art. As the NFT market continues to experience amazing growth; However, sales totaled $ 2.4 billion in the first half of 2021, with many mainstream artists seeing both the creative and financial advantages this market offers. Today, artists can not only create their original traditional art, but now have the opportunity to enhance the artwork with movement and sound. “It’s wonderful to see beautiful artist originals on canvas, but it’s a breathtaking experience when you see these amazing images come to life,” Mr. Brown added.

The fine arts world also seems ready to embrace this market. Traditional auction houses like Sotheby’s and Christie’s have successfully included more and more digital pieces in their auctions in 2021. And even a traditional art magazine like Art of the West, published for 37 years, has recently included an article on NFTs and, in particular, the work of these three fine artists. The world of fine art is changing and these three artists could lead the charge.

Please find links to the moving images of these three pieces below and contact Mr. Brown for more information on these artists and their works. Please visit the website for more information.

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Conservative group attacks Gavin Newsom with work claiming he is a “vaccine supremacist” https://artdeko-bg.com/conservative-group-attacks-gavin-newsom-with-work-claiming-he-is-a-vaccine-supremacist/ https://artdeko-bg.com/conservative-group-attacks-gavin-newsom-with-work-claiming-he-is-a-vaccine-supremacist/#respond Tue, 07 Sep 2021 18:49:21 +0000 https://artdeko-bg.com/conservative-group-attacks-gavin-newsom-with-work-claiming-he-is-a-vaccine-supremacist/ A secret cabal of street performers has blanketed an affluent Los Angeles beach community with posters depicting California Governor Gavin Newsom as some kind of Nazi vaccine that demands obedience from its citizens. The artwork hung in dozens of spots at Pacific Palisades a week before Californians voted on whether Newsom should be recalled and, […]]]>

A secret cabal of street performers has blanketed an affluent Los Angeles beach community with posters depicting California Governor Gavin Newsom as some kind of Nazi vaccine that demands obedience from its citizens.

The artwork hung in dozens of spots at Pacific Palisades a week before Californians voted on whether Newsom should be recalled and, if he is, polls indicate the radio host Larry Elder would probably replace him.

The artwork features a cartoonish image of Newsom sporting an Adolph Hitler-type mustache with a syringe in one hand and the text “Obey!” in big letters. In one corner is a swastika made of hypodermic needles. Posters, which look like paid ads but are not, were near the UCLA campus on Tuesday, at a Whole Foods grocery store, at several banks, and near the homes of several Hollywood celebrities including Ben Affleck, Matt Damon , Tom Hanks, JJ Abrams and Steven Spielberg, the latter a major contributor to the Newsom campaign.

On September 7, 2021, a week before Californians voted in a Gavin Newsom recall election, street performers attacked with dozens of posters. This one hung in Pasadena.
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While most of the few dozen posters that could be spotted on Tuesday were in Pacific Palisades, a larger one measuring around 4 feet tall was displayed in Pasadena.

The artists behind Tuesday’s action are collectively called The Faction, and they said News week that they regard Newsom as a “vaccine supremacist” against the coronavirus who “rules by decree, demanding faithful follow-up of his edicts while ignoring the law, real science and the judiciary.”

Under Newsom, California was among the first states to mandate vaccines for healthcare workers and teachers and other public school staff, while Elder said it would repeal all mask and vaccine mandates. ‘he was elected governor.

Anti-Gavin Newsom Street Art
Dozens of anti-Gavin Newsom posters appeared in Pacific Palisades, this one on Sunset Boulevard, on September 7, 2021, a week before Californians voted on whether or not to remove the governor.
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The faction has hit several parts of Southern California on multiple occasions, always mocking the Liberals with posters, fake billboards and fake advertisements. A month before the last presidential election, for example, the group hijacked a giant billboard on the Sunset Strip to claim “Joe Biden is Swamp Thing,” a reference to former President Donald Trump’s promise to “drain the swamp ”of career politicians. in Washington.

Two years earlier, after vandals used a pickaxe to destroy Trump’s star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame, The Faction worked through the night to replace it and added a few dozen more.

The faction sometimes collaborates with a street performer who uses the pseudonym “Sabo” and has hung dozens of posters in California that look like authentic ads for Elder – one featuring him with Newsom in boxers, the latter exclaiming, “Rules for you but not for me.”

Joe Biden as Swamp Thing
The Faction, a secretive group of conservative artists, hijacked a billboard in Hollywood to attack Joe Biden in October 2020.
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But in this case, The Faction and Sabo are working separately and the former is not promoting Elder or any of the dozens of other gubernatorial candidates vying for Newsom. They are simply trying to ridicule Newsom about its pandemic policies which they say have “destroyed lives and small businesses.”

Other targets of The Faction in recent years include CNN, Representative Maxine Waters, TV personalities Bill Maher and John Oliver and actor Jussie Smollett, whom authorities accuse of falsely claiming to have been victimized. a racist attack.

In 2017, The Faction teamed up with Sabo and made the news around the world with bogus commercials for bus stops that showed disgraced movie mogul Harvey Weinstein posing next to actress Meryl Streep with a red stripe over her eyes that said, “She knew”.

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In August 2018, a group called The Faction replaced Donald Trump’s vandalized star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame with dozens of others.
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‘Everyone Inspired: Haudenosaunee Art Across the Homelands’ Now on Display at Syracuse University Art Museum https://artdeko-bg.com/everyone-inspired-haudenosaunee-art-across-the-homelands-now-on-display-at-syracuse-university-art-museum/ https://artdeko-bg.com/everyone-inspired-haudenosaunee-art-across-the-homelands-now-on-display-at-syracuse-university-art-museum/#respond Fri, 03 Sep 2021 18:29:05 +0000 https://artdeko-bg.com/everyone-inspired-haudenosaunee-art-across-the-homelands-now-on-display-at-syracuse-university-art-museum/ Ann Mitchell, Cactus Basket, 2017 A new exhibit is now on display at the Syracuse University Art Museum, showcasing more than 52 contemporary works of art by Indigenous artists from the six Haudenosaunee nations of present-day New York. The exhibition takes a closer look at the multiple sources of inspiration for contemporary Haudenosaunee art, including […]]]>

Ann Mitchell, Cactus Basket, 2017

A new exhibit is now on display at the Syracuse University Art Museum, showcasing more than 52 contemporary works of art by Indigenous artists from the six Haudenosaunee nations of present-day New York.

The exhibition takes a closer look at the multiple sources of inspiration for contemporary Haudenosaunee art, including treatises, the natural world, community and family members, ancestors, oral histories, and connection to the land. .

“Collectively, the artwork in this exhibition breaks convention by challenging expected stereotypes and interrupting non-Haudenosaunee historical narratives,” said Vanja Malloy, director and chief curator of the Syracuse University Art Museum. “As the artists and their works demonstrate in this exhibition, the continuing trajectory of Haudenosaunee art has existed since well before 1607 and the arrival of Europeans.”

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Erwin Printup Jr., Three Sisters, 2018

“Everyone Inspired: Haudenosaunee Art Across Home Countries” will give visitors a sense of the dynamic, strong, impactful, brilliant, dark and complex way that Haudenosaunee artists react, react and draw inspiration from their communities and of their stories; in doing so, this exhibition invites visitors to question their own relationships with indigenous histories, peoples and lands.

The exhibition is curated by Gwendolyn Saul, curator of ethnography at the New York State Museum in Albany. The works in the exhibit are from the New York State Museum’s Contemporary Indigenous Art Collection, which consists of more than 150 original works of art by artists whose ancestral lands are in present-day New York. The majority of the artwork featured in “Each One Inspired: Haudenosaunee Art Across the Homelands” comes from new art acquisitions made over the past six years.

“The exhibit beautifully accentuates the aesthetic voices, creativity, resilience and endurance of the Haudenosaunee. It is important that these voices are honored at Syracuse University, which is on the unceded lands of the Onondaga Nation, ”said Sascha Scott, associate professor of Native American and Native studies at the College of Arts and Sciences, specialist 19th century – and 20th century American art and North American Indian art.

Carrie Hill, Untitled, 2018

Carrie Hill, Untitled, 2018

Haudenosaunee is an alliance of indigenous nations united for several hundred years by complementary traditions, beliefs and cultural values. Sometimes referred to as the Iroquois Confederacy or Six Nations, the Haudenosaunee are made up of the Mohawk, Oneida, Onondaga, Cayuga, Seneca and Tuscarora nations.

Special events

Curator’s visit: everyone, inspired
12:15 p.m., Thursday September 16
Join guest curator Gwendolyn Saul, Ph.D., for a tour of the new exhibition “Each One, Inspired: Haudenosaunee Art Across the Homeland”.

Interview between artists and curators: each one, inspired
4 p.m., Thursday, October 7
Curator Gwendolyn Saul, Ph.D., will join artist Hayden Haynes (Seneca) for a discussion on the art of woodcarving, how Hayden became interested in this medium, and what inspires his work.

Reception of the exhibition
5 p.m. to 7 p.m., Thursday, October 7
Join the museum for a reception celebrating the Fall Exhibitions.

Artist talk: Ronnie-Leigh Goeman
12:15 p.m., Tuesday November 3
Artist exhibiting “Everyone, Inspired,” Ronnie-Leigh Goeman (Onondaga) will deliver a lunchtime lecture on his works on display, show examples of his other basketry work and discuss various materials, including samples of the tree and grass used.

Check the museum’s website for other public programs that will be added in the coming weeks. Members of the media can contact Emily Dittman, Associate Director of the Syracuse University Art Museum, at ekdittma@syr.edu for more information or to schedule a visit.

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The Museum of Latin American Art organized an exhibition showcasing the stunning works of art of unaccompanied migrant children https://artdeko-bg.com/the-museum-of-latin-american-art-organized-an-exhibition-showcasing-the-stunning-works-of-art-of-unaccompanied-migrant-children/ https://artdeko-bg.com/the-museum-of-latin-american-art-organized-an-exhibition-showcasing-the-stunning-works-of-art-of-unaccompanied-migrant-children/#respond Tue, 31 Aug 2021 19:19:07 +0000 https://artdeko-bg.com/the-museum-of-latin-american-art-organized-an-exhibition-showcasing-the-stunning-works-of-art-of-unaccompanied-migrant-children/ Photo via Getty Images When we hear of migrant children, we immediately conjure up images of minors being held in cages, separated from their parents and other kinds of horrific stories that we see in the media. And indeed, these migrant children have experienced trauma. But, deep down, they are still children. The most recent […]]]>

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When we hear of migrant children, we immediately conjure up images of minors being held in cages, separated from their parents and other kinds of horrific stories that we see in the media. And indeed, these migrant children have experienced trauma. But, deep down, they are still children. The most recent exhibition at the Museum of Latin American Art illustrated this fact to the world.

On Sunday, the Long Beach Museum of Latin American Art hosted a day-long event that exhibited the artwork of unaccompanied migrant children housed at the Long Beach Convention Center.

The artwork was produced by migrant children in workshops organized by the US Department of Health and Human Services. A total of 1,538 children were accommodated at the Long Beach Convention Center between April 22 and July 23, 2021. The children were all over the age of five and most were girls.

“These young artists are a reminder to all of us why it was so important for us to create a safe and welcoming environment for these children,” Long Beach Maj. Robert Garcia said in a statement. “These kids have been through so much. They are smart, creative and their inspiration shines through in their beautiful works of art.

This Sunday, people came from all over Southern California to view the art – a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity, as MOLAA has no room in their schedule to exhibit the work again.

The migrant children’s artwork included “campaign” posters for a makeshift election of “council members” for the migrant shelter, much like a student body election. Migrant children also designed a logo for the emergency shelter, which became the official logo of the shelter worn by staff. MOLAA chose to hold the show on a Sunday because that’s when they traditionally wave their entrance fees. That way more people could attend.

The exhibition also included dresses made by hand from recycled materials. Many of them looked like quinceañera dresses with wide skirts and tissue paper ruffles. The dresses were made by the migrant girls as part of a fashion show held at the migrant shelter.

The artwork was a beautiful reminder that these migrant children are more than just a topic of political discussion – they are human beings with complex inner lives.

Solimar Salas, vice president of content and programming at MOLAA, said the exhibit was a chance to “humanize children” who have received such media attention. “These kids, they have dreams, they have hopes, they have a future,” he told the Long Beach Post.

A man, Daniel Trujillo, came from Koreatown, Los Angeles, expecting to see a heartbreaking spectacle. After all, most (if not all) of these children experienced the traumatic event of migration without their families. However, Trujillo was struck by the “joy” of migrant children’s artwork. “I can just see they are having so much fun.” he told the Long Beach Post.

You can see photos of the artwork in the exhibition here.

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Arthurdale Exhibits Children’s Art in Preparation for Smithsonian Exhibition | New https://artdeko-bg.com/arthurdale-exhibits-childrens-art-in-preparation-for-smithsonian-exhibition-new/ https://artdeko-bg.com/arthurdale-exhibits-childrens-art-in-preparation-for-smithsonian-exhibition-new/#respond Fri, 27 Aug 2021 21:00:00 +0000 https://artdeko-bg.com/arthurdale-exhibits-childrens-art-in-preparation-for-smithsonian-exhibition-new/ ARTHURDALE – Arthurdale Heritage presented children’s artwork at Center Hall on Thursday. The work is the children’s section of a 2022 Smithsonian exhibit in Arthurdale titled “Crossroads: Change in Rural America.” Elli Upole, 5, one of 15 children who participated in the program, said: “I had fun.” But she didn’t like to paint her self-portrait. […]]]>

ARTHURDALE – Arthurdale Heritage presented children’s artwork at Center Hall on Thursday.

The work is the children’s section of a 2022 Smithsonian exhibit in Arthurdale titled “Crossroads: Change in Rural America.”

Elli Upole, 5, one of 15 children who participated in the program, said: “I had fun.”

But she didn’t like to paint her self-portrait.

“It was horrible,” Upole said before leaving for a cookie.

His cousin, Aiden Born, 11, said he enjoyed painting a picture of Preston County.

“My landmarks include the Kingwood Pool and Alpine Lake,” Born said.

As well as drawing self-portraits and doing watercolors with children’s favorite landmarks in the county, they also painted rocks for geocaching.

The children were asked a variety of questions regarding identity, land and community, and how they relate to each of the topics.

Art teacher Raquel DeLoach said the responses surprised her. Most of the kids said it took longer to find places, like the store, schools, and things to do. DeLoach said the answer she kept hearing about which area the kids wanted were paved roads.

“They value their natural surroundings very much,” DeLoach said. “They were all excited about the mountains, the water and the opportunities they have outside.”

Each student painted a self-portrait using oil pastels, watercolor maps of County Preston, and a rock.

After Thursday’s children’s reception at Arthurdale Heritage, the artwork and stones were brought home. Children and their families will place the stones in geocaches.

The reception was the first of the Smithsonian Institute’s traveling exhibit lineup, “Crossroads: Change in Rural America,” to be held in Arthurdale from January 4 to February 5.

“Crossroads: Change in Rural America” ​​offers small towns a chance to look their own ways to highlight the changes that have affected their fortunes over the past century.

“The exhibit will spark discussion about what happened when the rural American population became a minority of the nation’s population and the ripple effects that occurred,” according to the exhibit’s website.

The tour is made possible by the Museum on Main Street program, an alliance of the Smithsonian Institution Traveling Exhibition Service, the Federation of State Humanities Councils, state humanities councils across the country, and cultural organizations in the small rural communities.

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