Thinking of Julianne Swartz's work today, which I'll have the pleasure of seeing tomorrow at the IMA. This is:
Julianne Swartz, Spectrum (Double Yellow), 2004
magnets, thread, wire, plastic and hardware
120 x 42 x 36 inches
Courtesy of the artist and Josée Bienvenu Gallery 
Click to view closer!

Thinking of Julianne Swartz's work today, which I'll have the pleasure of seeing tomorrow at the IMA. This is:

Julianne Swartz, Spectrum (Double Yellow), 2004

magnets, thread, wire, plastic and hardware

120 x 42 x 36 inches

Courtesy of the artist and Josée Bienvenu Gallery 

Click to view closer!

manpodcast
manpodcast:

This week’s Modern Art Notes Podcast features Catherine Yass.
Her large-screen projection Lighthouse (2011) is on view at the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston in the exhibition “Fluid Motion.” The installation, which will remain on view through June, was curated by Al Miner. Later this year Lighthouse will go on view at the Museum of Modern Art, Vienna. The image above is a still from Lighthouse.
Yass’ exhibition credits include a 2011 mid-career retrospective at De La Warr Pavilion in Bexhill-on-Sea, England and presentations at Washington’s Phillips Collection, the Stedelijk-Hertogenbosch Museum and the Saint Louis Art Museum. Her work is in the collections of the Tate, The Jewish Museum, New York, The National Museum of Women in the Arts, Washington, and the Scottish Gallery of Modern Art, Edinburgh. She was short-listed for the 2002 Turner Prize.
On the second segment, the program airs the fourth of its four segments on the Getty Conservation Institute’s work on Jackson Pollock’s landmark Mural (1943). The painting is in the collection of the University of Iowa Museum of Art. GCI conservator Laura Rivers updates us on the work done on the painting and what Getty scientists learned about the creation of the artwork.
With the conservation of Mural complete, the painting will be on view at the J. Paul Getty Museum from March 11 through June 1. The exhibition is accompanied by a catalogue that details the conservation of the painting. Amazon lists it at $20.
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See more images of art discussed on the show.

Loved this work. Made me seasick in the best possible way.

manpodcast:

This week’s Modern Art Notes Podcast features Catherine Yass.

Her large-screen projection Lighthouse (2011) is on view at the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston in the exhibition “Fluid Motion.” The installation, which will remain on view through June, was curated by Al Miner. Later this year Lighthouse will go on view at the Museum of Modern Art, Vienna. The image above is a still from Lighthouse.

Yass’ exhibition credits include a 2011 mid-career retrospective at De La Warr Pavilion in Bexhill-on-Sea, England and presentations at Washington’s Phillips Collection, the Stedelijk-Hertogenbosch Museum and the Saint Louis Art Museum. Her work is in the collections of the Tate, The Jewish Museum, New York, The National Museum of Women in the Arts, Washington, and the Scottish Gallery of Modern Art, Edinburgh. She was short-listed for the 2002 Turner Prize.

On the second segment, the program airs the fourth of its four segments on the Getty Conservation Institute’s work on Jackson Pollock’s landmark Mural (1943). The painting is in the collection of the University of Iowa Museum of Art. GCI conservator Laura Rivers updates us on the work done on the painting and what Getty scientists learned about the creation of the artwork.

With the conservation of Mural complete, the painting will be on view at the J. Paul Getty Museum from March 11 through June 1. The exhibition is accompanied by a catalogue that details the conservation of the painting. Amazon lists it at $20.

Listen to or download this week’s MAN Podcast above, on SoundCloudvia direct-link mp3, or subscribe to The MAN Podcast (for free) at:

See more images of art discussed on the show.

Loved this work. Made me seasick in the best possible way.

theartassignment

theartassignment:

Watch some early responses to The Art Assignment Episode 1: Meet in the Middle!

Thanks to all of you who have posted responses! These are not ALL of the responses, and we encourage you to continue meeting in the middle and posting your responses with #theartassignment. There are many more great ones than are excerpted here (!), and we encourage you to follow us on Twitter, Tumblr, and Instagram to continue seeing interesting responses. 

It is true. We have an Instagram: http://instagram.com/theartassignment

Look in the description of the video in Youtube to see a list of links to the videos included in the montage. 

theartassignment

theartassignment:

Episode 2 is live! Meet artist Chicago-based artist Deb Sokolow and receive your assignment to do a stakeout!

EPISODE 02 INSTRUCTIONS:

1. Find an interesting or intriguing object. 
2. Place the object in a public spot where people can interact with it.

3. Pick a location to observe these interactions, and observe the interactions.

4. Document what happens. You can do this however you’d like, using photos, video, text, drawings, or anything else.

5. Upload your documentation and share it online using whatever social media platforms you prefer, being sure to tag it with #theartassignment so we can find it. Your response to the assignment may be included in a future episode!

Learn more about Deb’s work here: http://debsokolow.com

Listen to a great interview with her here: http://badatsports.com/2013/deb-sokolow-interview/ 

And if you haven’t already, subscribe

This is a good one. Trying to figure out what my own stakeout is going to be…

theartassignment

theartassignment:

Episode 1 is live! Join hosts Sarah Urist Green and John Green as they meet artists Douglas Paulson and Christopher Robbins and follow them as they Meet in the Middle. Then it’s your turn! Do the assignment, post your results to the social media platform of your choice, and tag it with #theartassignment. Your work may be included in a future episode. (Get started by calculating the midpoint between you and a friend. Or an enemy.) 

And please subscribe! We’ll post a new video each week. 

It’s here! It’s here!