TALIAN DESIGN HAS rarely been a fount of wit. Often rendered in stone, steel or polished wood, it tends to embody understatement — minimalist geometry nodding toward classical proportion. Not since the Memphis Group in the 1980s have Italian designers been considered playful.Read More
Public art, once the domain of corporate plazas and dedicated sculpture parks, has increasingly been integrated into a variety of urban landscapes. And now, it is a gateway to museum collections.
That is the view of Brooke Kamin Rapaport, deputy director and senior curator of the Madison Square Park Conservancy in New York and commissioner of the United States Pavilion at this year’s Venice Biennale. “Think of the number of large or smaller museums that have outdoor sculpture on their campuses as another way to invigorate the public and to get them into the institution,” she said. “That’s a change in the field.”Read More
"I'm just an artist, that's all," she says. At 101 y.o. she's still working.
Interview with HipSilver Susan Lacy, her latest film premiered at Sundance this week. Bravo! #hipsilver #silvergeneration #lifestylebrand #sterlingsilvers https://blog.womenandhollywood.com/sundance-2018-women-directors-meet-susan-lacy-jane-fonda-in-five-acts-9201c3faea70Read More
Yesterday a short film, by a 75 yo woman, premiered at Sundance. Nice.
Art after 60? Take a page out of this gallery’s book: http://nynmedia.com/news/this-gallery-confronts-ageism-through-the-work-of-artists-over-60Read More