Monday, December 17, 2018

Out of Art, Down with Art

      Popper artists are bold enough to make Great Big Canvas Art out of mundane objects, but to make art equal to life, poppers can not be considered out of line, because in their hands, paintings or Modern & Contemporary Canvas Art, sculptures or sculptures, are just different in subject matter. It is at best the use of art to make a statement that "life is also art." Its creation and existence methods retain the original mode of Oversized Abstract Art. Those works of art that are made exactly like common objects are still works of art. They are still covered with glass cabinets and displayed in museums.For example, Johns'famous simulated beer cans (Figure 77) are protected and displayed as boutiques by museums.So, although the objects of expression have changed, the way of art has not changed. The beer cans made by artists who are placed in glass cover are still different in identity from those that people drink and throw around. Art and life are still separated. Therefore, American artists want to take a bigger step in turning art into life: not only to make art and life similar in state, but also to make them similar in form of existence-to make art as fleeting as life, and impossible to preserve. So a new round of exploration began.

       In addition to "Black and White Art", there is also a famous hall called "performing art" to turn creation into an accidental event. Actually, acting and accidental are very similar. They are all acts instead of works. But "acting", as its name implies, is of a performing nature. It is the creator who comes to the stage to perform to the audience, unlike "accidental" which is "mingling" in the audience randomly and accidentally. There are many kinds of "programs" on stage for performing arts. Artists will take the actions of eating apples, pouring water, walking, undressing and dressing to the audience. They do this seemingly boring, in fact, it is very meaningful, because ordinary people will not pay attention to these small movements, they are too instinctive, too small, too meaningless, but put on the stage "forced" to enjoy, the audience can not help but realize: if these performances because of meaningless and appear ridiculous, then what is the meaning of other serious performances?  In fact, they are activities just like these trivial things, and the meaning is only given by others. Why do we humans put different meanings into our activities?

Saturday, December 1, 2018

wall art ideas for living room-Art superdealer larry gagosian's efforts Pt.4

Wall art ideas for living room-Larry gagoguin told Interview recently that one day in 1985 or 1986, Big Wall Art Online he had lunch at the Factory, Andy warhol's studio on 33rd street.
The floor was stacked with paintings that larry gowuxuan found amazing when Andy warhol opened them for himself: they were 25 feet long and filled with abstract green and gold spots, color blocks and scrawled, metallic lines.
Andy warhol called the paintings his "Piss painting," explaining that the effect was the use of copper paint -- when the paint was still wet, Andy warhol had many people, including his assistant Ronnie Cutrone, urinate on the canvas.

At the time, the works had been in production for nearly a decade, Big Modern Canvas Art but Andy warhol said no one had considered them -- especially Leo Castelli.
Larry gagosian persuaded Andy warhol to put the works on display -- leading to an exhibition in late 1986, one of the last in warhol's lifetime.
Larry gagosian saw Andy warhol and much of his life's work as undervalued "goods".
Speaking about Andy warhol and Cy Twombly, the artist represented by larry Castelli,Oversized Abstract Art  he said: "they've both been represented by Leo Castelli, but it doesn't seem to me that they've gotten the attention they deserve."
He notes that Leo Castelli was so dismissive of Andy warhol's "dollar paintings" that he exhibited them only in the basement of his gallery in Greene street.
"Andy warhol told me he was annoyed," larry gagosian said.

"Larry gagosian to urinate painting processing is a great thing: he's going to dig those neglected Andy warhol, and through exhibitions for them, they may be defined as a very important work to create a market for them," Andy warhol
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After Andy warhol's death, gagosian gallery held more than 20 exhibitions for the artist.
Sometimes the pieces on display aren't for sale -- though larry gagosian likes to say that every piece has its own value -- and sometimes he needs to buy them in advance to sell them, but he always looks to add perceived value to Andy warhol's work.
5. Interview with art group D+M
Croatian-born artist Dora Budor has made D+M Cule - an art group - with Maja Cule.
They Shared a studio in New York, where they collaborated on a variety of hybrid and new media art projects, as well as behavioral performances that combined advertising, imagery modeling, product design, and clever manipulation of various bodies and cultures.