via Art Daily
Pictured above, Anton Corbijn poses infront of his photographs of Ai Weiwei (left) and Damien Hirst (right). According to ArtDaily other artists in Corbijn’s series include Gerhard Richter, Alexander McQueen, Richard Prince, Iggy Pop, Anselm Kiefer, Tom Waits, Peter Doig, Bruce Springsteen, Lucian Freud, and Karel Appel.
On another note, Ai Weiwei’s dioramas of his time imprisoned by the Chinese government and don’t forget his new single “Dumbass”.
Posted: May 30th, 2013 | Author: Kate | Filed under: Art Review, Visual and Critical Studies | Tags: "Dumbass", Ai Weiwei, Anton Corbijn, Artdaily, China, Damien Hirst, Germany, New York Times | Comments Off on Famous Faces
Do you love dissections of Barbie’s as much as I do? Above see Jason Freeny’s “Choice Cuts: New Sculptural Work” at 101/exhibit via ArtDaily. Below Huffington Post exposes Barbie un-made. Writing this post made me curious about Barbie today. She’s still going strong–check her out here.
via Huffington Post
Posted: April 2nd, 2013 | Author: Kate | Filed under: Body, Visual and Critical Studies | Tags: Artdaily, Barbie, body, braces, childhood, deconstruction, dolls, guts, Huffington Post, inside, Make-up, nostalgia, skin, VCS | Comments Off on Barbie Dissected and Defaced
GLOBAL: Above portraits by Gabriel Galimberti of tykes and their toys from around the world via Cup of Jo
SEOUL: Vagina Monologues in Seoul! To prep, read a few of the books from this list. Both via The Grand Narrative
BEIJING: Ai Weiwei is releasing a hard rock album?! via Art Daily
SHANGHAI // MALAYSIA: More creativity with food by Hong Yi (Red) via DesignBoom
SWEDEN: H&M uses more life-like mannequins and creates an “Internet Praise-a-thon” via Knife & Fork and a bit on models’ labor rights.
ITHACA: Movement: The Body and Object in Motion, the Cornell University Art History Graduate Conference for 2013
VENICE // SEOUL: Kimsooja will represent South Korea at the 2013 Venice Biennale. See the full list of artists here. Kim Seung-duk will curate the South Korean pavilion. Via the Korea Herald and the Gallerist NY
HONG KONG: Sotheby’s Hong Kong will hold a contemporary Asian art sale on April 5, 2013 via Art Daily
Posted: March 17th, 2013 | Author: Kate | Filed under: Sunday Morning Coffee | Tags: Ai Weiwei, Artdaily, Beijing, bodies, Cornell University, Design Boom, DesignBoom, feminism, H&M, hard rock, Hong Kong, Ithaca, Kim Seung-duk, Kim Sooja, Knife & Fork, Korean Pavillion, Malaysia, mannequins, Seoul, Shanghai, South Korea, Sweden, The Grand Narrative, Vagina Monologues, Venice Biennale | Comments Off on Sunday Morning Coffee [Toys, monologues, hard rock, and more!]
Tulips in bloom in the Netherlands (pictured above) via DesignBoom. Go to the festival!
The above reminds me of Gyun Hur‘s installation last spring in Savannah, spiritus lenis. Click here to read more and view the beautiful images.
To continue with yarn based color block installations, woven walls by Wies Preidje via DesignBoom.
This image from the exhibition Light Show at London’s Hayward Gallery— psychedelic, hypnotizing and open through April via ArtDaily.
Gregory Johnston at Stephen Haller Gallery in New York via ArtDaily.
Posted: February 3rd, 2013 | Author: Kate | Filed under: Art Review, Lifestyle, Sunday Morning Coffee, Visual and Critical Studies | Tags: Artdaily, Design Boom, DesignBoom, Festival, Gregory Johnston, Gyun Hur, Installation, Netherlands, New York, Savannah, spring, Stephen Haller Gallery, Sunday Morning Coffee, Tulips, Wies Preidje | 1 Comment »
Top highlights of 2012: receiving my MA in Visual and Critical Studies at the School of the Art Institute of Chicago (SAIC) which involved both a symposium and an art exhibition, starting my teaching job at SAIC, presenting at the (In)Appropriated Bodies conference at Cornell University, starting to write for Sixty Inches From Center, and being invited to present at the International Conference of Asia Scholars in Macau (June 2013).
Below are the top read blog posts from 2012:
1. Master of Arts Visual and Critical Studies Symposium
2. NYC, April 10, Part I [Sandra Dukic and Boris Glamocanin]
3. Red Gate Reunion Series 2012: Crystal Ruth Bell
4. Landscapes from Pyongyang at Galerie Son in Berlin
5. Just Humans: An interview with Angelica Dass, creator of Humanae
6. Red Gate Reunion Series 2012: Britt Salt
7. Felix Gonzales-Torres at Samsung Museum in Seoul via ArtDaily
8. Batman, Jaws, and Other Such Characters
9. Red Gate Reunion Series: Jon Hewitt
10. Sunday Morning Coffee (Quicky)
Thanks for reading! I hope that your 2013 is getting off to a grand start!
Posted: January 3rd, 2013 | Author: Kate | Filed under: Art Review, Sunday Morning Coffee, Visual and Critical Studies | Tags: (In)Appro, Angelica Dass, Artdaily, Berlin, body, Boris Glamocanin, Britt Salt, Chicago, China, Cornell University, Crystal, Felix Gonzales, Galerie Son, Humanae, ICAS, International Conference of Asia Scholars, Jon Hewitt, Justin Mages, Master of Arts, New York, North Korea, NYC, Pyongyang, Red Gate Gallery, Red Gate Reunion Series 2012, SAIC, Samsung, Sandra Dukic, School of the Art Institute of Chicago, SIFC, Sixty Inches From Center, South Korea, Sunday Morning Coffee, VCS | 1 Comment »
Joo Jong Hwan, Keum Kang Mountain
Exhibitions of North Korean art are generally few and far between but may be becoming less so. One of the most well-known North Korean defector, artist Song Byeok, flips his North Korean artistic training which emphasized state propaganda into satirical images of Kim Jong Il. Unlike Byeok’s artwork, the work exhibited at Galerie Son is generally idealistic landcapes created by artists who live in North Korea. Read more about the exhibition in a review on the gallery website. This exhibition was brought to my attention via Art Daily.
Posted: August 26th, 2012 | Author: Kate | Filed under: Art Review, Sunday Morning Coffee | Tags: Artdaily, Berlin, Galerie Son, North Korea, painting, Pyongyang | Comments Off on Landscapes from Pyongyang at Galerie Son in Berlin
Anish Kapoor, White Sand, Red Millet, Many Flowers, mixed media and pigment, 1982
Posted: June 15th, 2012 | Author: Kate | Filed under: Art Review | Tags: Artdaily | Comments Off on Anish Kapoor via ArtDaily
From ArtDaily‘s Best Photo of the Day.
See this photo and more like it here.
Learn about the Year of the Dragon.
According to this article it is a year of, “high risks and high returns…”
Posted: January 24th, 2012 | Author: Kate | Filed under: Lifestyle | Tags: Artdaily, year of the dragon | Comments Off on Happy Year of the Dragon!
Every day I get an email from Artdaily.org with news in the artworld. I am constantly scanning for anything related to Korea or the body. In each email Artdaily.org has a photo of the day, I’m not usually intrigued by the photos. Usually it is a shadow of a curator dramatically engaged in a painting or a smartly dressed museum goer walking by . The Photo of the Day on October 21st caught my attention.
What is that man thinking?
Posted: October 22nd, 2011 | Author: Kate | Filed under: Art Review | Tags: Artdaily, Canadian, Justin Bieber | Comments Off on Best Photo of the Day