art museum – Expo Monet http://expo-monet.com/ Sat, 26 Feb 2022 12:01:00 +0000 en-US hourly 1 https://wordpress.org/?v=5.9.3 https://expo-monet.com/wp-content/uploads/2021/10/icon-63-120x120.png art museum – Expo Monet http://expo-monet.com/ 32 32 Out & About: the weekend kicks off with the Art After Hours at the Westmoreland Museum https://expo-monet.com/out-about-the-weekend-kicks-off-with-the-art-after-hours-at-the-westmoreland-museum/ Sat, 26 Feb 2022 12:01:00 +0000 https://expo-monet.com/out-about-the-weekend-kicks-off-with-the-art-after-hours-at-the-westmoreland-museum/ The Westmoreland Museum of American Art stayed open late Friday for Art After Hoursa happy hour style event that offered a little something for a variety of tastes and interests. Pittsburgh Fiber Artist Tina Williams Brewer was on hand to talk with guests about her artistic process and the storytelling quilts featured in her exhibit, […]]]>

The Westmoreland Museum of American Art stayed open late Friday for Art After Hoursa happy hour style event that offered a little something for a variety of tastes and interests.

Pittsburgh Fiber Artist Tina Williams Brewer was on hand to talk with guests about her artistic process and the storytelling quilts featured in her exhibit, “Culture: career path”, a career retrospective until April 24.

Art lovers with a sleuthing bent could go on an art scavenger hunt, finding a series of tiny vignettes contained in artworks on display throughout the Greensburg Museum.

Music lovers will be able to listen to the repertoire of easy-to-listen songs of the Greensburg musical duo, Laurie Fox and Eric Schaus.

Shirley McMarlin | Tribune-Review

Eric Schaus and Laurie Fox, both of Greensburg, provided music for the February 25 Art After Hours event at the Westmoreland Museum of American Art in Greensburg.

For those who needed a bite to eat, a cold drink and some relaxation at the end of the work week, there was socializing in the community room.

P.J. Colligan and jessica Volochboth from Greensburg, were exploring the facility for another reason — they’re planning their October Halloween-themed wedding reception there.

The site has special meaning for the couple. They knew each other when they were students at Hempfield Area High School. They reconnected years later through mutual friends, with band parties including the Art on Tap happy hours which was the predecessor to Art After Hours.

Pat Maloney and Linda Hammers, also from Greensburg, were among those working on the treasure hunt. The exercise tested their powers of observation, Maloney said, but also “makes you really look at the art and appreciate it.”

If hunters couldn’t locate any of the objects, he added, museum workers and other attendees were willing to share clues.

Those who found all of the artwork featured were listed in a drawing for the book, “Picture America: Signature Works From the Westmoreland Museum of American Art,” by the museum’s chief curator, Barbara L. Jones.

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Shirley McMarlin | Tribune-Review

Greensburg’s PJ Colligan and Jessica Voloch, seen at the Feb. 25 Art After Hours event at the Westmoreland Museum of American Art in Greensburg, are planning their October wedding reception at the museum.

Seen after hours: Keith and Shirleah Kelly, Marcia Dolan, Wendy Hager, Chuck Bowman, Barbara Ferrier, Greg Murman, Jackie Tumulty, Linda Damico, Brandi Slider, Julie Greathouse, Andrew Barnette, Brynn Denny and Brittany Sines, Georges and Cindy McFarland, Jim and Jackie Willkomm, Rowan and Marie Reid, Matt and Demetra Czegan, Pat Parsons and museum staff Rhonda Madden and Doug Evans.

Shirley McMarlin is editor of Tribune-Review. You can contact Shirley at 724-836-5750, smcmarlin@triblive.com or via Twitter .

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Global Museum Art Delivery Market Penetration and Forecast 2022-2029 https://expo-monet.com/global-museum-art-delivery-market-penetration-and-forecast-2022-2029/ Tue, 08 Feb 2022 13:12:35 +0000 https://expo-monet.com/global-museum-art-delivery-market-penetration-and-forecast-2022-2029/ Market research on the global museum art handover market examines the performance of the Market for the return of works of art from the museum 2022. It contains an in-depth analysis of the Museum Art Delivery market status and competitive landscape globally. Global Museum Art Delivery Market can be obtained through market details such as […]]]>

Market research on the global museum art handover market examines the performance of the Market for the return of works of art from the museum 2022. It contains an in-depth analysis of the Museum Art Delivery market status and competitive landscape globally. Global Museum Art Delivery Market can be obtained through market details such as growth drivers, latest developments, business strategies of Museum Art Delivery Market museums, the regional study and the future state of the market. The report also covers insights including the latest opportunities and challenges in the Museum Art Discount industry as well as historical and future future trends in the Museum Art Discount market. It focuses on the market dynamics which are constantly changing due to technological advancements and socio-economic status.

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A recent Museum Art Handing Market study analyzes the crucial factors of the Museum Art Handing market based on the current industry situation, market demands, business strategies adopted by Museum Art Handing market players and their scenario of growth. This report isolates the Museum Art Discount market based on key players, type, application, and regions. First of all, Museum Art Handing market report will offer in-depth knowledge about the company profile, its core products and specifications, revenue generated, production cost, contact person. The report covers forecast and analysis of the art handing over museums market on a global and regional level.

COVID-19 impact analysis:

In this report, the pre and post COVID impact on market growth and development is well described for better understanding of the Museum Art Discount market on the basis of financial and industry analysis. The COVID-19 pandemic has affected a number of markets and the global museum art release market is no exception. However, the dominant players in the global museum art remittance market are determined to adopt new strategies and seek new sources of funding to overcome the growing hurdles for market growth.

Pivotal Players Studied in the Museum Art Delivery Market Report:

Agility
DHL
DB Schenker
Iron Mountain (Crozier)
Crown
MTAB
Freight systems
Etna
fine arts logistics
Workshop 4
Grace
Helu-Trans
USAArt
Yamato
Katolec
Mithals
Sinotrans
Deppon
Globalize
Michelle

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The types of products uploaded to the Museum Art Handing Market are:

Transport
Packaging
Storage
Other

The main applications of this report are:

public museum
Private museum
Museum exhibition

The regional coverage of the market for the return of works of art to museums is:

North American market (United States, North American countries and Mexico),
European market (Germany, Museum Art Handing France Market, United Kingdom, Russia and Italy),
Asia-Pacific market (China, Museum Art Handing Japan and Korean market, Asian country and Southeast Asia),
South America (Brazil, Argentina, Republic of Colombia, etc.), geographical area
Africa (Saudi Peninsula, United Arab Emirates, Egypt, Nigeria and South Africa)

Museum Art Handing report provides past, present and future Museum Art Handing industry size, trends and forecast information related to Museum Art Handing revenue, growth, demand and supply scenario Handings expected. In addition, the opportunities and threats to the development of the Museum Art Handing market forecast period from 2022 to 2029 are also covered extensively in this research document.

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In addition, the Museum Art Handing report provides information on the company profile, market share and contact details, along with an analysis of the Museum Art Handing industry value chain, rules and methodologies of Museum Art Handing industry, circumstances driving market growth and the constraint blocking the growth. . The scope of the museum art shed market development and various business strategies are also mentioned in this report.

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the Market for the return of works of art from the museum The research report includes an in-depth analysis of this industry vertical with expert insights on previous and current business setup. It carefully studies the vital aspects influencing the expansion of the industry such as growth drivers, challenges, and opportunities. Further, it defines the size and share of the market and its segments to infer the major revenue-generating prospects.

According to industry experts, the museum art handover market is expected to witness substantial growth, registering a CAGR of XX% over the estimated period 2020-2025.

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Additionally, the document assesses the impact of COVID-19 on regional markets and provides a conclusive overview of the economic situation around the world. In addition, it highlights the uncertainties raised and the challenges facing businesses amid the pandemic, including supply chain and demand disruptions as well as the complexity of cost management. In this regard, the research literature helps to build strong contingency plans to ensure long-term business continuity and profitability.

Crucial Tips from the Museum Art Handing Market Report:

  • Impact of COVID-19 on the industry pay scale.
  • Expected market growth rate.
  • Dominant market trends.
  • Opportunities for growth.
  • Advantages and disadvantages of indirect and direct sales channels.
  • Top resellers, traders and distributors.

Museum Art Handing Market Segments Covered in the Report:

Regional bifurcation:

  • North America (United States, Canada and Mexico)
  • Europe (Germany, France, UK, Russia and Italy)
  • Asia-Pacific (China, Japan, Korea, India, Southeast Asia and Australia)
  • South America (Brazil, Argentina, Colombia)
  • Middle East and Africa (Saudi Arabia, United Arab Emirates, Egypt, Nigeria and South Africa)
  • Analysis of each regional market at the national level.
  • Overall revenue and net profit amassed by each domain.
  • Market share held by each geography.
  • Estimated growth rate and revenue generated by each regional market during the forecast period.

Type of product : Transport, packaging, storage and other

  • Revenue, sales and market share of each product category.
  • Pricing model of each product segment.

Scope : Public museum, private museum and museum exhibition

Competitive Arena:

  • Agility
  • DHL
  • DB Schenker
  • Iron Mountain (Crozier)
  • Crown
  • MTAB
  • Freight systems
  • Etna
  • fine arts logistics
  • Workshop 4
  • Grace
  • Helu-Trans
  • USAArt
  • Yamato
  • Katolec
  • Mithals
  • Sinotrans
  • Deppon
  • Globaliner and Michelle

  • Services and products offered by industry leaders.
  • Manufacturing facilities of major players in various regions.
  • Main competitors of the main organizations and new competitors in the sector.
  • Review of pricing models, gross margins, overall sales, total revenue and market share of the companies mentioned.
  • SWOT assessment of listed companies.
  • Evaluation of well-known business strategies, market concentration rate and marketability rate.

The Museum Art Discount Market TOC contains the following points:

1 Presentation of the art delivery market in museums

2 Museum Art Handing Market Company Profiles

3 Market Competition, by Players

4 Market Size by Regions

5 North America Museums Revenue by Countries

6 Europe Art Museums Revenue by Countries

7 Asia-Pacific Museum Art Handing Revenue by Regions

8 South America Museums Revenue by Countries

9 Middle East & Africa Museum Art Distribution by Countries

10 Market Size Segments by Type

11 Global Museum Art Return Market Segment by Application

12 Global Museum Art Delivery Market Size Forecast (2021-2025)

13 Research findings and conclusion

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Forty Management has launched the authorization procedures for the tallest residential tower in Romania https://expo-monet.com/forty-management-has-launched-the-authorization-procedures-for-the-tallest-residential-tower-in-romania/ Thu, 13 Jan 2022 09:22:30 +0000 https://expo-monet.com/forty-management-has-launched-the-authorization-procedures-for-the-tallest-residential-tower-in-romania/ Forty Management SA, one of the leading property developers of mixed-use and urban regeneration projects in Romania, plans to develop an exclusive residential project, Royal Suites Central District, with a market value of 76 million euros. With a height of 122 meters, Central District Royal Suites will be the tallest residential complex in Romania. The […]]]>

Forty Management SA, one of the leading property developers of mixed-use and urban regeneration projects in Romania, plans to develop an exclusive residential project, Royal Suites Central District, with a market value of 76 million euros.

With a height of 122 meters, Central District Royal Suites will be the tallest residential complex in Romania. The new project will be located on a 3,000 m² plot located near the Miorița fountain and will offer 34 luxury apartments developed in 3 configurations: ground floor apartment, half-floor duplex and 2-floor penthouses.

The exquisite location is situated between two lakes and overlooks Herăstrău Park. The district brings together a series of cultural and artistic places such as the Villa Minovici – Popular Art Museum, the Museum of Western Art or the Royal Baneasa Station.

Central District Royal Suites will join and enhance this exclusive context with its innovative architectural style and state-of-the-art technical solutions and provide the city with a public art gallery that will support contemporary Romanian artists, seamlessly integrating the entire land into public spaces. neighbors that will be reconfigured.

The facade of the public art gallery can be cleared to obtain a large space dedicated to art and major artistic events.

“The architectural concept of this building emphasizes the qualities offered by the most exclusive projects in the world, such as the unique views, the height of the space, the natural light, the high-end materials, the autonomy energy and high technology linked to comfort. The volume and geometry of the building, designed as a spiral, offer generous terraces with unique 270 degree views. This project puts Bucharest on the map of modern landmark projects,” says Traian Bompa, Principal Architect at Sane Architecture.

Central District Royal Suites will be a passive, energy self-sufficient building. The facade of the building, made of a mixture of black composite stone and photovoltaic panels, in combination with geothermal systems and generous thermal insulation on the outside, make this project one of the most sustainable developments in Romania.

The project offers multiple facilities, such as a semi-Olympic swimming pool, a gym and a fitness area, a spa equipped with sauna, massage and hammam, a cigar lounge, a wine tasting area, a audition with a recording studio, spaces for personal storage and an automated valet system. The ground floor will house the reception, the art gallery, work and meeting spaces, a bar, a lounge and a library for the residents.

The concept was designed by Sane Architecture, an architecture studio based in Paris, whose projects have won awards in several international competitions. The company was founded in 2013 by two Romanian architects, Christina Chelarescu and Traian Bompa, and is now known for its long experience in the fields of architecture, economics and art.

Central District Royal Suites scored 84 points out of 100 on the macro-level matrix scale, in a study conducted last year by Savills UK for the Romanian property market.

The Royal Suites Central District project is the winner of the two International Residential Architecture Awards 2021 awarded by The Architecture Community for residential concept and interior design, from the point of view of originality, style of execution, spatiality , design, architectural vision focused on sustainability and the customer. oriented approach.

The International Residential Architecture Awards are one of the most prestigious awards in this field. The competition, organized by The Architecture Community, rewards architects, students, engineers, designers and artists for outstanding ideas that redefine architecture and design through new technologies, materials, programs, aesthetic and spatial organization, as well as studies related to the digital revolution, adaptability, flexibility.

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Museum Art Book Release Date: April https://expo-monet.com/museum-art-book-release-date-april/ Mon, 10 Jan 2022 08:00:00 +0000 https://expo-monet.com/museum-art-book-release-date-april/ SOLVANG, Calif., Jan. 10, 2022 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — Here’s another Santo Cervello “Time Gates.” A museum art book that contains three hundred images from times past, present and future. Volumes III and IV are now combined into a one-of-a-kind eBook, available on Kindle. “Time Gates” Volume I, II and V, by Santo Cervello, are now […]]]>

SOLVANG, Calif., Jan. 10, 2022 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — Here’s another Santo Cervello “Time Gates.” A museum art book that contains three hundred images from times past, present and future. Volumes III and IV are now combined into a one-of-a-kind eBook, available on Kindle.

“Time Gates” Volume I, II and V, by Santo Cervello, are now for sale on Amazon.

Preface by Grace Lebecka

“Time Gates, The Intuitive Art of Santo Cervello” Volume lll.

A few years ago we received a wonderful visit from two of our dearest friends. John and his wife decided to drive from Malibu, CA to the Santa Ynez Valley and joined us for dinner.

John is a kind and gentle guy who works as a music producer. He creates clear and wonderful sound for his musical clients and their music is heard all over the world. Santo spent time with John, asking him a question: “Is it possible to find the crystal clear sound that creates peace for humanity on Earth?”

The images in this art book emerged during an extraordinary time of the global pandemic when Humanity became One. Volume III is full of wandering detours, trials, pitfalls, real dangers and exciting encounters. There are healers and guides who bring hope to humanity with a piece of Johnny’s apple pie. Can we give hope to the child that hides within the Time Gates of our hearts and can we find peace on Earth together?

It has been written that the artist is the first to arrive at the beginning of the New Renaissance. The Sound Seeker’s Journey is all about finding the key that unlocks the museum’s sealed doors that lead us into the Halls of Truth. This art book is the artist’s call for peace.

About the author and artist

In 2011, before opening the Actor’s Corner Café, Santo and his wife Grace, created the art museum. The five volumes of Santo Cervello’s “Time Gates” contain nearly seven hundred art images. This fascinating work of art is intertwined with fiction, drama, poetry and philosophical discourses. It is as if you were entering a very unique theater, where everything is full of rich images, vitality and dynamism.

Santo Cervello has worked as an actor-director and writer-producer in Canadian theater presenting innovative and transformative dramas that have reached millions of people in Canada, the United States and Great Britain. He has written plays for CBC and BBC Radio and a television series for Singapore Television and has performed at Carnegie Recital Hall in New York.

In 1972, Mr. Cervello established the Erewhon Theater which sparked passions and created dynamic trends in Canadian theater until 2011. Together with his wife Grace, they now live in California and are currently working on the upcoming Volumes III and IV of “Time Gates”.

The five volumes of “Time Gates” reflect the diverse career path of its author: from actor/director/producer/chef to intuitive painter/writer/philosopher and entrepreneur. For more information, please visit: https://www.actorscornercafe.com/

Distribution of art books by Ingram Sparks. Through our global distribution network, “Time Gates, The Intuitive Art of Santo Cervello”, Volumes I, II and V, are now available to 40,000 retailers and can be purchased at Amazon, Barnes and Noble, etc.

Contact:
St. Cervello
Telephone: 805 868-2409
Email: Santo.Cervello@actorscornercafe.com
https://www.actorscornercafe.com/

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The Cincinnati Art Museum’s “Art After Dark at Home” offers cocktail classes, behind-the-scenes music and art in your living room https://expo-monet.com/the-cincinnati-art-museums-art-after-dark-at-home-offers-cocktail-classes-behind-the-scenes-music-and-art-in-your-living-room/ Sun, 26 Dec 2021 08:00:00 +0000 https://expo-monet.com/the-cincinnati-art-museums-art-after-dark-at-home-offers-cocktail-classes-behind-the-scenes-music-and-art-in-your-living-room/ Click to enlarge Photo: Cincinnati Museum of Art Image of Order (detail), 2014, Future Retrieval (2008 est.), United States (Cincinnati), wood, Formica, hand cut paper, porcelain, LED, plexiglass, © Future Retrieval Enjoy the latest Cincinnati Art Museum exhibit from the comfort of your living room during “Art After Dark at Home” from 7 pm to […]]]>


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Image of Order (detail), 2014, Future Retrieval (2008 est.), United States (Cincinnati), wood, Formica, hand cut paper, porcelain, LED, plexiglass, © Future Retrieval

Enjoy the latest Cincinnati Art Museum exhibit from the comfort of your living room during “Art After Dark at Home” from 7 pm to 9 pm on Friday March 26th.

The exhibition, Future recovery: Close the parallel, “Allows the new and the unexpected to dialogue with pleasure with the historical”, according to the CAM. In the digital version of the museum’s Last Friday Cocktail Party, guests can enjoy a 360-degree virtual view of the gallery space and some exclusive video firsts – including a cocktail tutorial from the HomeMakers Bar and Wavelette’s local music – via Facebook or YouTube.

Additionally, there will be behind-the-scenes interviews with artists Katie Parker and Guy Michael Davis, both of whom brought their artistic skills to the exhibition.

Davis and Parker are former faculty members of the College of Design, Architecture, Art, and Planning (DAAP) at the University of Cincinnati. Their studio collaboration is called “Future Retrieval”.

[Read more about Davis and Parker and Future Retrieval: Close Parallel]

“The contemporary work of Future Retrieval … interweaves with selections from the museum’s permanent collection,” explains CAM. “Traditional motifs are reinterpreted. The natural world permeates, with a fascinating effect, and familiar materials are reworked into surprising new forms.

The exhibit can also be viewed in person until August 29. Registration is required to visit the museum.

For more information, visit cincinnatiartmuseum.org/artafterdark.


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Protest is personal for Joshua Rashaad McFadden’s Eastman Museum Art Exhibition | Art https://expo-monet.com/protest-is-personal-for-joshua-rashaad-mcfaddens-eastman-museum-art-exhibition-art/ Thu, 23 Dec 2021 16:41:15 +0000 https://expo-monet.com/protest-is-personal-for-joshua-rashaad-mcfaddens-eastman-museum-art-exhibition-art/ Click to enlarge PHOTO BY JOSHUA RASHAD MCFADDEN Joshua Rashaad McFadden’s 2020 photograph “Black Power (Washington, DC)” from “Unrest: in America: March in Washington”. As a photographer and curator, it is rare that an art exhibition makes me cry. But that’s exactly what happened with “Joshua Rashaad McFadden: I Believe I’ll Run On,” a retrospective […]]]>


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  • Joshua Rashaad McFadden’s 2020 photograph “Black Power (Washington, DC)” from “Unrest: in America: March in Washington”.

As a photographer and curator, it is rare that an art exhibition makes me cry. But that’s exactly what happened with “Joshua Rashaad McFadden: I Believe I’ll Run On,” a retrospective photography exhibition at the George Eastman Museum.

The dark walls and subdued lights of the gallery space attracted me. At the entrance to the exhibition is a mirror with the words “BE REAL BLACK FOR ME”.

This imperative served two purposes: to welcome black spectators to a museum that caters to predominantly white artists for predominantly white audiences, and to challenge white spectators to change their mindset. It was a daring, even radical, statement affirming the right presence of black art in a museum setting.

It’s also rare for an artist as young as Joshua Rashaad McFadden – he’s only 31 – to receive a retrospective so early in his career at a gallery like the George Eastman Museum, which tends to recognize artists with portfolios. more extensive.

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  • Joshua Rashaad McFadden mingles with attendees from the George Eastman Museum at the opening reception for the photo retrospective “Joshua Rashaad McFadden: I Believe I’ll Run On”.

“Joshua Rashaad McFadden: I Believe I’ll Run On” is a stunning look at one of contemporary photography’s most provocative black artists, who also happens to be a native of Rochester. The exhibit is on view at the Eastman Museum until June 19.

I started following McFadden’s work during the 2020 social uprising in Rochester following the murder of Daniel Prude. I was obsessively refreshing social media pages, watching pictures and videos of friends and family in the Rochester Police Department tear gas and pepperball assault. McFadden was on the front lines, documenting interactions between protesters and police with live video clips and photographs, and capturing both the astonishing violence and the uplifting response from the community.

“I had to go and document this no matter what,” McFadden said. “I had to do it.”

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"Irony of Black Policeman (Atlanta, Georgia), 2020, from "Troubles in America: Rayshard Brooks." - PHOTO BY JOSHUA RASHAAD MCFADDEN

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  • “Irony of Black Policeman (Atlanta, GA), 2020, from” Unrest in America: Rayshard Brooks “.

McFadden has a lot on his plate, creatively. He had already started teaching at RIT when he began documenting the protests in Rochester. He also covered similar protests in Minneapolis, Atlanta and Washington, DC.

“With this kind of work, no, there is no sleep,” he explained. “The protests took place all day and in the middle of the night until 4 am. So, (I) slept two hours a night all summer, really until this year, because Derek Chauvin’s trial happened this year in April.

“He worked without sleep for a long, long, long time. But the job had to be done.

In the protest photography genre, McFadden’s work often captures the unfiltered emotional responses of protesters.

For McFadden, capturing black grief is only a small part of capturing black life. He considers his projects individually, but admits that because the works sometimes overlap, the images and their stories begin to inform.

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"I relate directly to the plight of black Americans who experience racism in this country," McFadden said. "And so, going out and documenting it was very difficult.  And you will see the intense emotion of the photograph." - PHOTO BY JOSHUA RASHAAD MCFADDEN

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  • “I am directly linked to the plight of black Americans who experience racism in this country,” McFadden said. “And so, going out and documenting that was very difficult. And you will see the intense emotion of the photograph.”

McFadden returned to Rochester in 2018 after several years in Atlanta, where he taught photography at Spelman College, to accept an art residency at the Visual Studies Workshop. He currently teaches at the Rochester Institute of Technology.

From there, he produced “Evidence,” an exhibition that illustrates the breadth of black masculinity and gender through portraits of men alongside those of their fathers or father figures. At the same time, McFadden was motivated by the recent death of his grandfather and produced “Love Without Justice,” an autobiographical photo series that used photos from his family’s archives.

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In his portraits of other people, there is a rawness and a desire for deep self-exploration. “I think the job is really me,” he said. “And it’s not really too glamorous or staged. Especially with the archives, it’s very personal. Especially in ‘Love without justice’. I just add to the archive. So I think it’s me, for sure. Completely unfiltered.

McFadden says his personal experience also motivates his photojournalism work.

“Along with other things, like ‘Unrest in America’, and documenting protests across the country, it’s also very personal. I’m directly linked to the plight of black Americans who experience racism in this country,” a- he said. “And so, going out and documenting it was very difficult. And you will see the intense emotion of the photograph. And it is not only because it is a touching moment, but you will see my emotion. in these photographs.

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  • “I Can’t Breathe: Minneapolis, Minnesota,” 2020, from “Unrest in America: George Floyd”.

Exploring the self through the chronicle of black life more broadly has been a constant theme of McFadden’s career.

“It always comes down to this constant referencing image map of itself,” said K. Anthony Jones, art critic and McFadden collaborator. “It becomes self-referential throughout this whole loop. “

“He’s exploring what it means not to have a home in this place,” Jones later said.

Eastman Museum executive director Bruce Barnes acknowledged this in his remarks at the opening of “I Believe I’ll Run On,” saying the exhibit “chronicles the intimacy of black life in the United States. And was “a testament to healing and the protective possibilities of turning in on oneself.”

McFadden wanted his work to elicit a visceral response, the kind of real response that, as he put it, was “unfiltered by the institution in which it exists.”

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Museums are spaces for ritual practice, housing objects and artefacts revered by the community that supports them. McFadden’s exhibition plays on this, with lighting and colors that incite an almost holy exaltation of the work. Watching exhibit attendees engage in different ways reminded me of the difference between going to church in New York City with my white mother and going to church in South Carolina with my black father: solemn silence versus jubilant reverence.

It is rare that we are able to gift their flowers to artists while they are still in business and even more exceptional when we are able to do so near the start of what appears to be on the way to a meteoric career.

“This is just the start,” McFadden said. “I have so much more work to do and so much more to say.”

Amanda Chestnut is a freelance writer for CITY. Comments on this article can be directed to dkushner@rochester-citynews.com.

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Adelaide Festival Center unveils plans for interactive children’s gallery https://expo-monet.com/adelaide-festival-center-unveils-plans-for-interactive-childrens-gallery/ Thu, 25 Nov 2021 23:53:47 +0000 https://expo-monet.com/adelaide-festival-center-unveils-plans-for-interactive-childrens-gallery/ Adelaide Festival Center today announced plans to open a new interactive children’s gallery – Children’s Artspace – which will be part of an international network of similar children’s galleries. The gallery will connect with similar institutions around the world and even exchange digital exhibitions and workshops with places such as the Hamada Children’s Art Museum […]]]>


Adelaide Festival Center today announced plans to open a new interactive children’s gallery – Children’s Artspace – which will be part of an international network of similar children’s galleries. The gallery will connect with similar institutions around the world and even exchange digital exhibitions and workshops with places such as the Hamada Children’s Art Museum in Japan and the Children’s Art Museum in New York. It is also currently in discussion with the International Children’s Art Museum in Oslo, Norway, and children’s museums in Australia.

The new space will be dedicated to children of all ages, students and their families, to share great ideas and engage in the art created by and for the children of South Australia. Opening on the 19the In February of next year, it will become a regular attraction at the Artspace venue of the Adelaide Festival Center, complementing the other arts events on offer.

Welcoming a new exhibition each school term, the gallery will present interactive workshops, performances and creative experiences for children and families as part of the CentrED programs, On Stage Adelaide Festival Center and the new Families At Adelaide Festival program. Center, starting next year.

Adelaide Festival Center General Manager and Artistic Director Douglas Gautier notes “Adelaide Festival Center has one of the most comprehensive education and learning programs among international arts centers and is the proud presenter of DreamBIG Children’s Festival – the creation of Children’s Artspace is therefore a logical extension of these activities.

“He was also inspired by similar international organizations and their remarkable achievements and creative impact. We are therefore very happy to be part of a global network of like-minded galleries in Japan, the United States and Norway. It has so much potential for international exchange and cultural engagement.

“We are also delighted to partner on this project with the Adelaide Central School of Art and the new Children’s Artspace will interface with the new Festival Plaza and be a major public attraction. I would like to thank the private donors and corporate partners who have made this possible.

Children’s Artspace will be launched as part of a special Family Day celebration on the 19the February in conjunction with the reopening of the Festival Theater, including the Festival Plaza areas. Family Day will feature free events, activities and workshops, as well as Adelaide’s very first children’s markets, where movers and shakers can create and sell their own wares. Young exhibitors (and their loyal adult assistants) can register now here.

The Executive Director of the Children’s Museum of the Arts, New York City, USA, Seth Cameron, said he was excited by “The Children’s Museum of the Arts is delighted to welcome Children’s Artspace to the dialogue on children’s art , and we look forward to many successful collaborations between our organizations and among child artists around the world. “

Many local schools have already registered to be part of next year’s four exhibitions. Students will be mentored by specially selected local artists and graduates of the Adelaide Central School of Art, with which Children’s Artspace has a partnership.

Ruby Chew is one of the local artists who worked with Grades 3-7 students at Hackham West School and Keller Road Primary School to create new artwork for the opening exhibit, titled Kaleidoscope: Playing With Color.

The exhibition will include paintings and sculptures used to create a large mural and will encourage children to play with color and texture through expression, new skills and fun.

Adelaide Central School of Art Executive Director Penny Griggs said: “As a national leader in visual arts education, Adelaide Central School of Art is delighted to partner with Adelaide Festival Center to Connect Baccalaureate in Visual Arts graduates with schools in South Australia to undertake these special artists. residential homes.

“I am particularly looking forward to seeing the result of the residencies on display in the new Children’s Artspace and giving students the opportunity to share their work with the diverse audiences of the Adelaide Festival Center.”

Supported by the Adelaide Festival Center Foundation, Children’s Artspace will be hosted by Alice Dilger of Adelaide Festival Center who noted “with exhibits created by and for children in South Australia, Children’s Artspace will encourage creativity and expression while providing a safe place to discuss big topics children face in these difficult times.

Adelaide Festival Center Foundation is raising funds for the Children’s Artspace project which will ensure the next generation of South Australians the opportunity to participate, be inspired and fall in love with the arts.

Public donations can be made via this link: www.adelaidefestivalcentre.com.au/support-us/childrens-artspace/

More information on www.adelaidefestivalcentre.com.au/whats-on/childrens-artspace/

Image top and center: Hamada Children’s Museum of Art in Japan – Provided by Hamada Children’s Museum of Art; image above: Ruby Chew with Hackham West elementary school students C-Jay, Shi Shi and Paige

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Agility, DHL, DB Schenker, Iron Mountain, Crown, MTAB – Bolivar Commercial https://expo-monet.com/agility-dhl-db-schenker-iron-mountain-crown-mtab-bolivar-commercial/ https://expo-monet.com/agility-dhl-db-schenker-iron-mountain-crown-mtab-bolivar-commercial/#respond Tue, 02 Nov 2021 15:10:32 +0000 https://expo-monet.com/agility-dhl-db-schenker-iron-mountain-crown-mtab-bolivar-commercial/ A new research report published by JCMR under the title Global Museum Delivery Market (COVID 19 version) may become the world’s most important market, which has played an important role in the gradual impact on the world economy. The World market for the presentation of works of art in museums The report presents a dynamic […]]]>


A new research report published by JCMR under the title Global Museum Delivery Market (COVID 19 version) may become the world’s most important market, which has played an important role in the gradual impact on the world economy. The World market for the presentation of works of art in museums The report presents a dynamic vision to conclude and research the market size, market hope and competitive environment. The study is derived from primary and secondary research and consists of qualitative and quality analysis. The main undertaking of this research is Agility, DHL, DB Schenker, Iron Mountain, Crown, MTAB, Freight Systems, Aetna, Fine Art Logistics, Atelier 4, Grace, Helu-Trans, USArt, Yamato, Katolec, Mithals, Sinotrans, Deppon, Globaliner, Michelle

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Completion of the construction of the new Rockhampton Museum of Art https://expo-monet.com/completion-of-the-construction-of-the-new-rockhampton-museum-of-art/ https://expo-monet.com/completion-of-the-construction-of-the-new-rockhampton-museum-of-art/#respond Tue, 02 Nov 2021 04:19:12 +0000 https://expo-monet.com/completion-of-the-construction-of-the-new-rockhampton-museum-of-art/ Construction of the new $ 36 million Rockhampton Museum of Art, slated to open in early 2022, is now complete and will include large flexible gallery spaces, multi-purpose educational spaces, restaurant, retail space retail and top floor reception area overlooking the Fitzroy River. Queensland Deputy Prime Minister Steven Miles today joined Queensland Minster for the […]]]>


Construction of the new $ 36 million Rockhampton Museum of Art, slated to open in early 2022, is now complete and will include large flexible gallery spaces, multi-purpose educational spaces, restaurant, retail space retail and top floor reception area overlooking the Fitzroy River.

Queensland Deputy Prime Minister Steven Miles today joined Queensland Minster for the Arts Leeanne Enoch to walk the project, funded to the tune of $ 15 million through the state government’s Building Our Regions program and of the investment in Arts Queensland.

Deputy Prime Minister Miles noted that “this key infrastructure project for Queensland will also feature the latest technology, temperature and climate control.”

Minister Enoch added that “the next step in the transformation of the new Rockhampton Museum of Art, which is six times the size of the old Rockhampton Art Gallery, will be to relocate the gallery’s prestigious collection of modern Australian art.

“With additional exhibition space and improved technical features, the new museum can showcase even more of its magnificent collection of contemporary works by artists such as John Brack, Arthur Boyd, Russell Drysdale, Sidney Nolan, Jeffrey Smart and Margaret Olley, and accommodate travelers of national significance. exhibitions.

Rockhampton member Barry O’Rourke said the new Rockhampton Museum of Art will feature artists from Queensland and offer an expanded program of community engagement events by advising “one of the first exhibitions planned for next year is a solo exhibition by local artist Luke Roberts who received Queensland Government funding of $ 49,800 through the Queensland Arts Showcase program, fulfilling the museum’s goal of showcasing Queensland artists.

The Queensland government’s investment in the new Rockhampton Museum of Art aligns with the government’s Creative Together roadmap to activate local Queensland places, strengthen Queensland communities and tell Queensland stories.

Rockhampton area mayor Tony Williams said it was fantastic to reach this point in the delivery of the new Rockhampton Museum of Art adding “over the next few months we will be moving to one of the most important regional collections of Australian modern art and prepare to open the doors of this major artistic hub to our community early next year.

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November 13, 2019 – City of Launceston Approves Development of Gasworks Art Gallery

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