Click Here to Read: This Is What 500 Years of Female Portraits in Under 3 Minutes Looks Like [VIDEO] on the Goodnet website on May 6, 2014.
Archive for the 'Art' Category
Click Here to Read: Making sense of human suffering: Francis Bacon and Henry Moore — Terror and Beauty By Lee Parsons on the World Socialist Web Site on June 21, 2014.
Click Here to Read and View: Anxiety Arts Festival London 2014. Anxiety 2014 is a new London-wide arts festival, curated by the Mental Health Foundation. Taking place at multiple venues throughout June 2014.
Click Here to Read:The YIVO Institute and the Museum of the City of New York present a Video Art Exhibition, LETTERS TO AFAR, by Award-Winning Artists Péter Forgács and The Klezmatics on October 22, 2014 March 22, to 2015.
Click Here to Read: Kris-Crossing by Ellen Handler Spitz on the Brooklyn Rail website on June 5, 2014.
Click Here to Read: Under Their Influence by Mary Thompkins Lewis in the Wall Street Journal on June 2, 2014.
Click Here to Read: Changing Nature By Willard Spielgman in The Wall Street Journal on May 23, 2014.
Click Here to Read: Oscar Nemon, Freud’s Forgotten Sculptor By Edie Jarolim in The Jewish Daily Forward on May 27, 2014 .
Photo courtesy of Aurelia Young
Click Here to Read: Should Artists Fear Psychoanalysis? by Robert Frashure in the The Psychology Tomorrow Magazine in the May 2013 Issue, 6 | 7.
Creative Arts Therapy Approaches for Therapists Working with Traumatized Populations: Our Clients, OurselvesSaturday, May 17th, 2014
Creative Arts Therapy Approaches for Therapists Working
with Traumatized Populations: Our Clients, Ourselves
Saturday, June 28th, 9:30 – 6:00
and Sunday, June 29th, 9:30 – 3:30
Chelsea Studios, 151 West 26th Street, Manhattan, NY (more…)
Click Here to Read: See Me. Feel Me. Maybe Drool on Me. Lygia Clark’s Many Twists and Turns, at MoMA By Roberta Smith in The New York Times on May 15, 2014. Credit Byron Smith for The New York Times
Click Here to Read: Artist Walton Ford on His Wildlife Paintings The 54-year-old artist has become famous for monumental wildlife pieces that bring a primal kingdom indoors. As he embarks on the next chapter of his life, his latest works reveal a new thoughtfulness—though nothing will tame his savage beasts by Claire Howorth in The Wall Street Journal on April 29, 2014.
SNAKES and LADDERS | Ford in his TriBeCa studio, at work on Rhyndacus, one of several new large-scale watercolors on show this month at Paul Kasmin Gallery. Photography by Leonora Hamill for WSJ. Magazine
Click Here to Read: Hands-On Art at the MoMA Please Touch the Replicas of Lygia Clark’s Work By Jessica Dawson in The Wall Street Journal on May 8, 2014.
‘Trepante, versão 1,’ a 1965 piece by Lygia Clark Associação Cultural “O Mundo de Lygia Clark,” Rio de Janeiro
Click Here to View: Photos from the APsaA Art Show January 2014.
Click Here to Read: Conflict: Freud and Culture Exhibit. Dates and locations included.
Open Secret: The Jewish Sound in Soviet Music
Sidney Krum Young Artists Concert Series
SUNDAY, MAY 4, 2014 | 3pm
CONCERT & LECTURE
Before World War II, the Soviet Union was the only country in the world to officially promote Jewish music. After World War II, Soviet authorities declared that Jewish music did not exist. Yet all along, major Soviet composers found deep inspiration in the sounds of Ashkenazi music. How did these composers manage to weave Jewish themes into some of the most stirring music of postwar Soviet (more…)
Click Here to Read: Biography review: “Lucian Freud: Eyes Wide Open,” by Phoebe Hoban by Kirkus Reviews on the GuideLives Books website on April 26, 2014,
What Now? Jews and the Ukrainian Revolution 2014
THURSDAY, APRIL 24, 2014 | 7pm
What is the political situation in Ukraine today? Join Josef Zissels, the preeminent leader of Ukraine’s Jewish community, in conversation with scholar David Fishman, for a look at (more…)
Click Here to Read: How to Buy Warhol, Degas and Renoir on the Cheap One sign of the overheated art market is the growing appetite for minor works by major artists—But are all these etchings and doodles authentic? By Ellen Gamerman in The Wall Street Journal on April 11, 2014.
Demand is on the rise for lower-priced works from the art world’s biggest names, from Pierre-Auguste Renoir to Pablo Picasso. A color etching by Joan Miró, pictured, sold for $4,250 last year. Swann Auction Galleries