Link to Your Daily Arts Break: Chris Hanson & Hendrika Sonnenberg

Your Daily Arts Break: Chris Hanson & Hendrika Sonnenberg

Bucket of Blood, 2004, 5 gallon bucket, corn syrup, vodka, food coloring, stick 18 x 12 x 12 inches www.petzel.com  http://198.63.42.58/lath/eFP07037.html

Link to Curatorial Controversy at MOCA

Curatorial Controversy at MOCA

If you follow contemporary art, then you’re probably aware of the turmoil surrounding the firing of MOCA’s highly respected chief curator Paul Schimmel.  Schimmel, the curatorial eye behind legendary MOCA shows like “Helter Skelter”, “Ecstasy: In and About Altered States” and “Under the Big Black...

Link to Your Daily Arts Break: Llyn Foulkes

Your Daily Arts Break: Llyn Foulkes

“Who’s on 3rd” http://llynfoulkes.com  

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Documenta 13: A Brief Tour

  Every five years the focus of the art world shifts to Kassel, Germany for Documenta, a gigantic show where the world’s leading contemporary artists  exhibit project specific artworks.  Critic Jerry Saltz writes that “Documenta 13 comes tantalizingly close to realizing one of its enticing...

Link to Your Daily Arts Break: Elaine Sturtevant

Your Daily Arts Break: Elaine Sturtevant

Warhol Flowers, 1990

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Appropriation Art: What do you think?

Artist Elaine Sturtevant has made a career of making direct copies from memory of other artists’ works of art including Andy Warhol, Marcel Duchamp, Joseph Beuys and Felix Gonzalez-Torres.  What do you think of Sturtevant’s work? Is it a meditation on the nature of originality;...