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  Dress [American] (1995.178.3) | Object Page | Timeline of Art History | The Metropolitan Museum of Art   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-26)
As art historian Marco Livingstone has stressed, Pop Art was never a circumscribed movement with membership and manifestos.
New York: The Metropolitan Museum of Art, 2000–.
Copyright © 2000–2007 The Metropolitan Museum of Art.
www.metmuseum.org /TOAH/ho/11/na/hod_1995.178.3.htm   (163 words)

  
  1995 Ad Art in America - Find Articles
"Art is a platform for experience, not a lesson," he writes.[1] Elsewhere in the essay, he defends the elasticity of his theme more explicitly.
This desire to liberate art from the ideological agendas of administrators is certainly praiseworthy.
But refusing to impose a program on art does not relieve one of the responsibility to present it in a way that allows it to be intelligible--metaphorically, formally or otherwise.
www.findarticles.com /p/articles/mi_m1248/is_n6_v83/ai_17128992   (907 words)

  
  MAPS - Volume 6 Number 1 Autumn 1995 - Archetypal Art Therapy Case Overview
Archetypal Art Therapy With Psilocybin is a research project created to: document and test AAT methods; hear metaphorically what images produced in a psychedelic state have to say; and determine how this informs volunteers and researchers in the study.
The art also affords a tangible view of what was experienced to both the research team and the volunteer, and confirms the reality of the volunteer's experience.
His art process is interesting; he begins in the pre-psilocybin assessment working from an earthly grounded place and expands to a hyperspace where personal and collective entities are encountered, masked, transformed, and allowed to reemerge.
www.maps.org /news-letters/v06n1/06123unm.html   (1667 words)

  
 1995 Biennial - art exhibit, Whitney Museum of American Art ArtForum - Find Articles
Long before Klaus Kertess was announced as curator of the 1995 Whitney Biennial, the handwriting was on the wall: next time around, it would be a painting show.
Aside from the usual gripes attendant to the event that we all love to hate, the general sense on the street was that the exhibition amounted to a predictable lull after the pre-event press storm.
In the face of the plethora of factors feeding off fin-de-siecle paranoia and malaise that are currently ricocheting in and out of the art world, the 1995 Biennial muffles any rumbles of anxiety or dissent and trumpets the virtue of entertainment.
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 1995 Ad Art in America - Find Articles
"Art is a platform for experience, not a lesson," he writes.[1] Elsewhere in the essay, he defends the elasticity of his theme more explicitly.
This desire to liberate art from the ideological agendas of administrators is certainly praiseworthy.
But refusing to impose a program on art does not relieve one of the responsibility to present it in a way that allows it to be intelligible--metaphorically, formally or otherwise.
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 GEN ART About
After assembling a strong group of volunteers, Gen Art was able to put together a class A advisory board in late 1993 (which included art luminaries such as Christo, William Wegman, Ross Bleckner, Laurie Anderson, Donald Sultan and Andres Serrano) and then to produce a wildly successful benefit in early 1994.
While Gen Art has grown, it is always a challenge to find the funding to produce the quality events that people have come to expect from Gen Art and the organization still relies largely on a volunteer organization, dependent on the good will and time of many dedicated volunteers.
It was a year-long celebration of the best talent that Gen Art has presented over the past 10 years as well as much more of the newest and hottest talent coming out from all over the United States and elsewhere.
www.genart.org /home.about.htm?itemid=78&cacheid=1144727520.6306&origin=&genart=e88a35a4ea436174661687676308c8e1   (799 words)

  
 Giovanni di Ser Giovanni (called Lo Scheggia): The Triumph of Fame; (verso) Impresa of the Medici Family and Arms of ...   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-26)
This imposing object, a commemorative birth tray (desco da parto), was commissioned to celebrate the birth of Lorenzo de' Medici, known to posterity as Lorenzo the Magnificent (1449–1492).
Lorenzo was the most celebrated ruler of his day as well as an important poet and a major patron of the arts; his name is synonymous with the Renaissance.
It was kept by Lorenzo in his private quarters in the Medici palace in Florence and was acquired in the early years of the nineteenth century by Alexis-François Artaud de Montor, one of the earliest collectors of early Italian painting.
www.metmuseum.org /toah/ho/08/eustc/hod_1995.7.htm   (524 words)

  
 The Art Connection
Founded as a nonprofit organization in 1995, The Art Connection's mission is to make visual art accessible to people who might not have exposure to art in their daily lives.
The Art Connection identifies artists willing to donate their art, shows the artworks to qualified public and nonprofit agencies, and teaches them to care for the art.
Recipient agencies need art for a number of reasons, including to: (1) enrich the lives of program participants; (2) stimulate dialogue/healing/creativity/learning; (3) boost the self-esteem of participants and staff; and (4) allow them to participate in a collaborative project.
www.theartconnection.org /code/giving/faq_giving.html   (807 words)

  
 GEN ART About
After assembling a strong group of volunteers, Gen Art was able to put together a class A advisory board in late 1993 (which included art luminaries such as Christo, William Wegman, Ross Bleckner, Laurie Anderson, Donald Sultan and Andres Serrano) and then to produce a wildly successful benefit in early 1994.
While Gen Art has grown, it is always a challenge to find the funding to produce the quality events that people have come to expect from Gen Art and the organization still relies largely on a volunteer organization, dependent on the good will and time of many dedicated volunteers.
It was a year-long celebration of the best talent that Gen Art has presented over the past 10 years as well as much more of the newest and hottest talent coming out from all over the United States and elsewhere.
genart.org /home.about.htm?itemid=78&cacheid=1144727520.6306&...   (799 words)

  
 DVATA - Delaware Valley Art Therapy Association, a professional organization using art as a healing process.
Art as therapy is concerned with the expression of art for academic, aesthetic, or cultural aims.
This is accomplished by using the art symbolically to understand what is happening with the individual.
Art therapy with woman experiencing the change of life: A double case study.Unpublished Masters Thesis.Hahnemann University, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.
www.dvata.org /artastherapy.htm   (147 words)

  
 1995 RLG's Art & Architecture Group Annual Meeting
Nancy Allen's name was submitted for an RLG Board post by the Steering Committee, and her name is on the slate of nominees to be elected at the annual meeting May 1, 1995.
Under the proposal, five art libraries (academic and museums) were to agree to be first choice sites for a six month test.
Participating institutions include the Getty Center, the Museum of Fine Arts, Houston, the National Gallery of Art, the Fowler Museum at UCLA, the Fogg Art Museum, the George Eastman House, Cornell University, American University, Columbia University, the University of Michigan, the University of Illinois, the University of California at Santa Barbara.
www.rlg.org /en/page.php?Page_ID=40&Printable=1   (2736 words)

  
 Modern Art - Related Items - MSN Encarta
Modern Art - Related Items - MSN Encarta
In 1995 in Russia dozens of 'lost' paintings were seen for the first time in years.
Impressionism continued to be popular, particularly in Chicago where Monet was given a major retrospective, and contemporary artists were well represented in shows in Venice and New York City.
encarta.msn.com /related_761568672_15.6.6/1995_Art.html   (53 words)

  
 Art:21 . Kerry James Marshall . Biography . Documentary Film | PBS
Kerry James Marshall was born in 1955 in Birmingham, Alabama, and was educated at the Otis Art Institute in Los Angeles, from which he received a BFA, and an honorary doctorate in 1999.
A striking aspect of his paintings is the emphatically fl skin tone of his figures, a development the artist says emerged from an investigation into the invisibility of fls in America and the unnecessarily negative connotations associated with darkness.
Marshall believes “you still have to earn your audience’s attention every time you make something.” The sheer beauty of his work speaks to an art that is simultaneously formally rigorous and socially engaged.
www.pbs.org /art21/artists/marshall/index.html   (253 words)

  
 Art Forum 1995
Blithely optimistic, an art of perception that sought to eliminate (or repress) the role of the beholder’s body, Op art was all too easily associated with the idealism, or hubris, of the ‘60s.
Once Sontag’s contrast between camp and serious art was deconstructed, it was possible for high camp to move to center stage, replacing “serious” high Modernism.
Certainly his art was perfectly adapted to the curious synthesis of Marxism and French-style psychoanalysis that dominated ‘80s America writing, a hybrid discourse he appropriated in his own writing.
www.rbleckner.com /press/art_forum_95.html   (3181 words)

  
 Momenta Art: About Us
Momenta Art is supported by Altria, Brooklyn Borough President Marty Markowitz, The Greenwich Collection, Ltd, Assemblyman Joseph Lentol, The Jerome Foundation, National Endowment for the Arts, New York City Department of Cultural Affairs, New York Foundation on the Arts, New York State Council on the Arts (NYSCA), The Andy Warhol Foundation for the Visual Arts.
Momenta Art was originally established in Philadelphia in 1986 by Eric Heist, Donna Czapiga and James Mills.
In March of 1995 Momenta Art reopened in a permanent exhibition space in Williamsburg, Brooklyn.
www.momentaart.org /about/index.html   (497 words)

  
 18th Century Art - Sloane Art Library
Although the focus of this book is nineteenth-century Western art, the first part of this has an excellent discussion of Neo-Classicism and art produced during the time of the French Revolution.
The Netherlands is not particularly known for the art produced during the 18th century so, as would be expected, the discussion is brief.
Yet the cross-cultural influence of French art on the Netherlands at this time might be of interest.
www.lib.unc.edu /art/18thcentury.html   (961 words)

  
 Art-spirit: Walls: Mack
Combined with the exciting discovery of abstract art and quantum theory, was a life long interest in philosophy, metaphysics, and art history.
Doffing my critical hat and experiencing the works simply as an art lover, I'm more taken in by the otherworldly imagery they depict, whose ambiguity of time and place-and even of dimension-speaks more forcefully to me than would any pat explanations of their subject matter.
They open our doors of perception to realms we may have glimpsed only briefly, in dreams or nightmares, trances or trips, and in doing so, they imply something radical about the relationship of outer space to inner: that the two may, in fact, be one and the same.
www.art-spirit.net /frames/Hmack.html   (749 words)

  
 Links to other Art Related Sites...   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-26)
Women can ftp their art to this site and for no cost, it will be added to the gallery archives that will be featured at the United Nation's Fourth World Conference on Women in Beijing, China, 1995.
NYFA is one of the largest funders of artists in all disciplines in the country and provides a host of other funding, management and information services for artists and their organizations in New York State and across the nation.
Arts Wire, the national on-line network for the arts, is just one of the Foundation's many programs.
www.xenarts.com /artlinks.html   (793 words)

  
 WAC | Press Release | 1995 | "Brilliant!" New Art from London
In recent years, international art magazines have been attempting to come to grips with the explosion of work from the British art scene.
Ranging in age from 22 to 35, most of the artists are graduates of a handful of London art schools (notably Goldsmiths' College and the Slade School of Fine Art), which have provided a fertile ground for the development of emerging artists in the late 1980s and early 1990s.
Bloody Wallpaper (1995) displays the inkpad on wallpaper with red silkscreened prints of a police photograph of a generic murder scene, demonstrating Lane's interest in the traces of humanity that are the subject of criminology.
www.walkerart.org /archive/A/B8A3918F73838ED66161.htm   (2399 words)

  
 LU Art Department Newsletter 1995
Erica Tryon, art history '96 and gallery intern, presented a lecture, "Portrait of Depression-Era Americanism via the art of Grant Wood" in conjunction with the opening of the exhibition "Heartland: Visions of the American Farm" in November, 1994 at the Wriston Art Center Galleries.
Sherrill Weller Knezel, studio art '91, is an art educator in the Shorewood suburb of Milwaukee.
Kelly Swett, art history and anthropology '93, is in her second year of graduate school in art history at the University of Massachusetts at Amherst.
www.lawrence.edu /dept/art/newsletter/newsletter95.html   (3285 words)

  
 Art History / Esther Jacobson-Tepfer
Esther Jacobson-Tepfer teaches undergraduate courses in the History of Indian Art (ArH 207), Art of the Silk Road (ArH 382), and Nomadic Art of Eurasia (Arh 381), and undergraduate and graduate courses in Scythian Gold, North Asian Rock Art, and Judaic Art.
In her early publications she began to explore the interconnections between Chinese artistic traditions of the Zhou-Han period and those of the Early Nomads inhabiting the steppe region to the north of China’s borders.
Harry N. Abrams, in association with The Walters Art Gallery and the San Antonio Museum of Art: 59-69.
www.uoregon.edu /~arthist/jacobson   (680 words)

  
 Asian Art Museum of San Francisco
In 1960, to meet the Brundage challenge, a $2,725,000 bond issue was passed by the voters of San Francisco to acquire the collection and to build a facility to house it.
This was the occasion of Brundage's second challenge to San Francisco—to provide an autonomous administration for the collection and operations and to raise $3 million for acquisitions and education.
In October, 1995, Asian Art Commissioner and respected Silicon Valley entrepreneur Chong-Moon Lee presented a $15 million leadership gift to the capital campaign for the new Asian Art Museum at Civic Center.
www.asianart.org /history.htm   (1039 words)

  
 Art History Theses at Concordia
The Quilt as Art: A Study of the Revival of Quiltmaking in Manitoba.
Spirituality and Social Consciousness in the Art and Thought of Miller Gore Brittain, c.1930-1945.
German Expressionism and the Child Art Movement in the Career of Wynona Mulcaster.
art-history.concordia.ca /RVACanada/arthconcsub.html   (1588 words)

  
 1995 in art - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
See also: 1994 in art, other events of 1995, 1996 in art, list of years in art.
Schock Prize in Visual Arts - Claes Oldenburg
Short-listed were Mona Hatoum, Callum Innes, and Mark Wallinger.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/1995_in_art   (92 words)

  
 1995 Sotheby's Art Nouveau and Art Deco New York ( Hoffman, Brandt, Tiffany, ...   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-26)
1995 Sotheby's Art Nouveau and Art Deco New York (Hoffman, Brandt, Tiffany,...
1995 Sotheby's Art Nouveau and Art Deco New York (Hoffman, Brandt, Tiffany, Galle, Chiparus) 2/23/85.
1995 Sotheby's NY Art Nouveau and Art Deco 3/16/95
www.goantiques.com /detail,1995-sothebys-art,21645.html   (250 words)

  
 Art & Science Collaborations, Inc. (ASCI) - Art, Science & Technology - mission
Founded in 1988, Art & Science Collaborations, Inc. (ASCI) was one of the first art-sci-tech member organizations in the USA.
Established primarily as a network for artists who either use or are inspired by science and technology, ASCI has become a magnet for some of the best examples of this type of contemporary art and for scientists and technologists wishing to collaborate.
ASCI was instrumental in reinvigorating the art-sci-tech movement in the United States during the mid-1990's and helped coalesce the art-science movement [1998-2002].
www.asci.org /artikel384.html   (174 words)

  
 ASU Art Museum
In September 1998, the ASU Art Museum opened Contemporary Art from Cuba: Irony and Survival on the Utopian Island, an exhibition of the work of 17 contemporary artists working in Cuba today.
The ASU Art Museum specializes in contemporary art, and has a reputation for exhibiting work that is experimental in content, form or presentation.
Art on the Edge of Fashion, presenting artists who use clothing forms and materials to convey meaning;
asuartmuseum.asu.edu /cuba/main.htm   (278 words)

  
 Art&Logic | Software Developers | Careers
At Art and Logic, you’ll work with smart, creative people on interesting projects.
Art and Logic community members can work from anywhere in North America.
The Art and Logic Programming Challenge is a skills test designed to help us find brilliant (not merely competent) programmers.
www.artlogic.com /careers   (286 words)

  
 NVCC 1995-1996 Catalog - ART 106   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-26)
Surveys the history of modern architecture, sculpture, painting, and graphic arts in representational and non-representational forms.
Focuses on the periods and movements that influenced the arts of the twentieth century.
Emphasizes contemporary art forms, particularly the interaction between art and society, industry, and design.
www.nv.cc.va.us /catalog/cat95/course/art106.htm   (44 words)

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