museum art – Expo Monet http://expo-monet.com/ Thu, 10 Mar 2022 15:06:52 +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 museum art – Expo Monet http://expo-monet.com/ 32 32 Books that talk about making, managing the arts https://expo-monet.com/books-that-talk-about-making-managing-the-arts/ Thu, 10 Mar 2022 15:06:52 +0000 https://expo-monet.com/books-that-talk-about-making-managing-the-arts/ “Conversations,” a new book by 85-year-old minimalist composer Steve Reich, is one of many recent titles that offer a fascinating and extensive behind-the-scenes look at classical music and the art scene at large. Reich’s book is a collection of one-on-one discussions with colleagues – including conductors, instrumentalists and other composers – as well as a […]]]>

“Conversations,” a new book by 85-year-old minimalist composer Steve Reich, is one of many recent titles that offer a fascinating and extensive behind-the-scenes look at classical music and the art scene at large. Reich’s book is a collection of one-on-one discussions with colleagues – including conductors, instrumentalists and other composers – as well as a sculptor, choreographer and record producer.

Over the years, the field of contemporary music has seen many books consisting of collections of transcriptions of interviews with composers. It’s a format that can get tedious and I also find a bit lazy. Fortunately, “Conversations” is not that, even though it consists of slightly edited transcriptions. What makes it interesting is that neither Reich nor his interlocutors are allowed to fall back on the stories recited at length in their heads. Through conversation, they share memories that collide as often as they align.

The lectures are sequenced so that the topics covered roughly follow the flow of Reich’s long career, which has encompassed works for percussion, electronics, unusual chamber ensembles and modified orchestras.

The book really kicks off with conductor Michael Tilson Thomas. He remembers his 1973 performance with the Boston Symphony at Carnegie Hall of Reich’s “Four Organs,” essentially a solid 20-minute chord with a continuous beat played over maracas. The audience went crazy, booing and jeering. Some even rushed to the stage to demand that the incessant chatter stop. It was an event for the history books, comparable to how Stravinsky’s “Rite of Spring” caused a riot among Parisian audiences in 1913.

Tilson Thomas seems to remember the circumstances better than Reich. “You were as white as a sheet,” the driver told her. Equally interesting, if not quite as incendiary, is Tilson Thomas’ long rehearsal process leading up to the debut and recording of “Desert Music”, a massive undertaking for choir, orchestra and a large number of percussionists. Weeks of sessions in Brooklyn have been dubbed “Camp Desert Music”

I have known and interviewed many composers and they rarely speak of a colleague’s work at length or with anything but polite disdain. It makes these rich discussions feel like composers behind closed doors. There’s a refreshing shared respect between equals in the chapters devoted to interviews with Stephen Sondheim, Brian Eno and Johnny Greenwood among others, though each of them acknowledges Reich as the great old man in the field.

Classes with Jeremy Denk

Pianist Jeremy Denk proved long ago that he is also a deep thinker and talented writer. “Every Good Boy Does Fine”, his first book, is a memoir of his years as a piano student, from his childhood through his advanced studies at Oberlin, Indiana University and Juilliard. The guideline is his changing attitude towards private lessons and the succession of eccentric, but sometimes brilliant teachers.

Probably the most influential teacher was Gyorgy Sebok, a Hungarian American who taught at Indiana. After a brief meeting with him, Denk abruptly changed his orientation for his higher studies. Denk writes: “Sebok listened and shaped the sound, with gentle but firm hands, like someone shaping clay at the wheel. Once their lessons began, Denk says, “He kept alternating between spirit guide and physics teacher.

Throughout the book, there are defining moments when Denk’s youthful mind has sudden flashes of insight and realization about the magical nature of music. It expresses them so well that you want to circle the sentence or write it down somewhere. Sometimes, by the way, he tries too hard. A section begins: “Mai has blossomed (just like Dichterliebe’s first song).”

Denk is candid about his childhood family issues, and he paints an accurate picture of the obsessive, self-absorbed, and perpetually dissatisfied mindset of a teenager. As he becomes more likable over the course of the book, the reader begins to seek his success. But Denk doesn’t need a cheering squad, as he seems to have angels watching over him.

When he started at Juilliard, he found a room in a Greenwich Village high-rise owned by New York University and designed by IM Pei with spectacular views for just $500 a month. “I was a lucky man and, as usual, I didn’t enjoy it,” he wrote. A month later, he won the Juilliard concerto competition, which led to him playing with conductor Kurt Masur at Avery Fisher Hall.

In addition to talking about music lessons, Denk offers instructions in the form of recurring chapters, nine in all, on harmony, melody and rhythm. These rather abstract essays interrupt the narrative and feel disconnected from the rest of the book. In this respect they are reminiscent of critic Philip Kennicott’s ‘Counterpoint’, a fairly recent memoir about his efforts to master the Goldberg Variations. His book alternates between personal accounts and dry accounts of Bach’s life and work. At least when Denk goes into teacher mode, his personality still shines through. Denk also supplements the book with annotated reading lists.

Snider Management Basics

Decades ago, when I was studying graduate-level arts administration, our professor assigned us jobs at imaging arts organizations in the fictional town of Elm Mott. We established operating budgets, wrote grant applications and created marketing campaigns for our respective institutions. The first semester ended with a board meeting, where all of Elm Mott’s quirky characters came to life. It was a clever and effective teaching method to compensate for the lack of textbooks for aspiring arts administrators.

Every once in a while an amusing and perhaps instructive memoir by a prominent art director is published. “Making the Mummies Dance” chronicled Thomas Hoving’s years as director of the Metropolitan Museum of Art. Out this month is “BAM…and Then It Hit Me” by Karen Brooks Hopkins, about her long tenure as head of the Brooklyn Academy of Music.

Apparently the field continued to lack standard text – until now. “Managing Arts Organizations” is an impressive and comprehensive guide by David Snider, who is principal of Hubbard Hall in the small town of Cambridge, Washington County, and also a professor of arts management at Skidmore College. “I’ve been running arts organizations and teaching arts management for 25 years now and have always wanted a great guide to managing arts organizations but never could find one – so I got it. writing,” Snider said in a statement.


His readable and engaging text should prove invaluable to students and professionals, but also to artists seeking to better understand the field and to board members facing the myriad challenges of leading a nonprofit organization. non-profit. The animation of all the instructions are examples of organizations that did it right and those that stumbled. There are also eight case studies of institutions large and small, including the Walker Arts Center in Minnesota and Hubbard Hall.

Since the book’s release in January, Snider has facilitated a series of free online discussions with other top administrators across the country on various aspects of the domain.

Two more are to come: Adaptations and Evolutions at 7 p.m. on Wednesday, March 23; and Arts Ecologies and Economies at 7 p.m. on Wednesday, April 6. To register or view past sessions, go to hubbardhall.org/now-playing.

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Hot spring shows include Alberto Giacometti in Cleveland, “Afro-Atlantic Histories” at the NGA, Winslow Homer at the Met, and Cézanne in Chicago. https://expo-monet.com/hot-spring-shows-include-alberto-giacometti-in-cleveland-afro-atlantic-histories-at-the-nga-winslow-homer-at-the-met-and-cezanne-in-chicago/ Thu, 03 Mar 2022 11:03:35 +0000 https://expo-monet.com/hot-spring-shows-include-alberto-giacometti-in-cleveland-afro-atlantic-histories-at-the-nga-winslow-homer-at-the-met-and-cezanne-in-chicago/ Most of these shows took years to plan. The expertise, scholarship, and logistics behind each of them would amaze you even in ordinary times. It is all the more impressive considering the obstacles, uncertainty and grief that so many Conservatives and their colleagues have had to negotiate in recent times. Hats off to the museum […]]]>

Most of these shows took years to plan. The expertise, scholarship, and logistics behind each of them would amaze you even in ordinary times. It is all the more impressive considering the obstacles, uncertainty and grief that so many Conservatives and their colleagues have had to negotiate in recent times. Hats off to the museum workers!

Here are 10 shows I’m passionate about – but honestly, there are so many more. Go to the websites of your favorite museums and see what they have in store for you.

Arguably the most acclaimed of the second generation of Abstract Expressionists, Mitchell rose to prominence in 1950s New York, before spending more than four decades in France. This retrospective, co-organized by the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art, will open in Baltimore with 70 works borrowed from public and private collections in the United States and Europe.

Joan Mitchell March 6-August. 14 at the Baltimore Museum of Art. artbma.org.

This is an ambitious Cleveland preview of the modern sculptor’s famous post-war work, comprising 60 sculptures, paintings and drawings. Giacometti is best known for his slender sculptures, the fruit of fiercely focused attention over long periods of time. Identified with post-war existentialism as Meursault, the fictional protagonist of Albert Camus’ “The Stranger,” they seem to have been whittled down to a dense core by the space around them. The show will tour Houston, Seattle and Kansas City.

Alberto Giacometti: towards the ultimate figure From March 12 to June 12 at the Cleveland Museum of Art. clevelandart.org.

Security guards become conservative

Who spends more time in galleries than security guards? what they or they to like? What would be they or they do you want us to see? The Baltimore Museum of Art asked 17 of its agents to choose an exhibition of works from the collection. In collaboration with renowned art historian and curator Lowery Stokes Sims, the rangers not only chose the pieces, but also contributed research, design, didactics, content for the accompanying catalog and public programs. They are also paid for the extra work.

keep the art From March 27 to July 10 at the Baltimore Museum of Art. artbma.org.

Time after time, lately more concerned with anticipating criticism and checking identity boxes than creating a coherent exhibition of a powerful new art, the Whitney Biennial, organized this year by David Breslin and Adrienne Edwards, nonetheless remains the most followed survey of contemporary art in America. However successful it may be overall, this year’s iteration, like most of its predecessors, is sure to introduce us to some fascinating new talent.

Whitney Biennial 2022: ……………. April 6-Sept. 5 at the Whitney Museum of American Art. whitney.org.

“Afro-Atlantic Stories”

This exhibition of more than 130 works of art dealing with the complex experiences and stories of the African diaspora, from the 17th century to the present day, arrives at the National Gallery of Art after a stay in Sao Paolo, Brazil, in 2018. It will include the art of Njideka Akunyili Crosby, the late David C. Driskell and Zanele Muholi, as well as historical paintings, sculptures and photographs not only from Africa, but also from Europe, the Americas and the Caribbean.

Afro-Atlantic Stories From April 10 to July 17 at the National Gallery of Art. nga.gov.

This exhibition at the Metropolitan Museum of Art will be the largest exhibition devoted to Homer, one of America’s most popular artists, in 25 years. Focused on the theme of conflict, it will present an overview of the career of the great 19th century artist in 90 oil paintings and watercolors.

Winslow Homer: Cross Currents From April 11 to July 31 at the Metropolitan Museum of Art. metmuseum.org.

Six feet high and seven feet wide, Henri Matisse’s “The Red Studio” (1911) caused perplexity when it first appeared. It is now one of the anchor masterpieces of the Museum of Modern Art in New York. MoMA will make the painting, which depicts six of Matisse’s paintings, three of his sculptures and a decorative ceramic plate scattered around his studio, the centerpiece of an exhibit exploring the circumstances of the work’s creation.

Matisse: The Red Studio May 1-Sept. 10 at the Museum of Modern Art. moma.org.

Four major museums curated this exhibit, dedicated to one of America’s most acclaimed and influential post-war painters, before deciding to cancel everything before it opened at the National Gallery in 2020. Their reasons were confusing, but it seems they wanted to be sensitive to some viewers’ imagined reactions and possibly some dreaded protests. (For a time, Guston, an outspoken opponent of racism, painted and drew stupid figures with Ku Klux Klan hoods to signify stupidity, evil, and psychic mud). The rearranged schedule means the show will kick off in Boston rather than the nation’s capital, where it will open in February 2023.

Philippe Guston Now May 1-Sept. 11 at the Boston Museum of Fine Arts. mfa.org.

This exhibition will attempt to demonstrate not only how important Cézanne – the artist’s ultimate artist – was in his time, but also how relevant he remains. It is certainly a case worth making. With 90 oil paintings, 40 drawings and watercolors, and two comprehensive sketchbooks, the exhibition is billed as the first major Cézanne retrospective in 25 years and the first in Chicago in 70 years. It should be a knockout.

VSstarzanne May 15-Sept. 5 at the Art Institute of Chicago. artic.edu.

Adams, 84, captured some of the most beautiful and clear landscapes in the history of American photography. Known for his aesthetic of modesty and compassion and his strong advocate for the environment, he believes in the ability of art to change us for the better. Adams is getting the full retrospective treatment at the National Gallery of Art, which will feature 175 of his photographs taken between 1965 and 2015.

American Silence: The Photographs of Robert Adams May 29-Oct. 2 at the National Gallery of Art. nga.gov.

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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 […]]]>

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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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Transport
Packaging
Storage
Other

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public museum
Private museum
Museum exhibition

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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)

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Global Museum Art Delivery Market Size, Share, Growth Survey 2021 to 2026 and Industry Analysis Report https://expo-monet.com/global-museum-art-delivery-market-size-share-growth-survey-2021-to-2026-and-industry-analysis-report/ Wed, 02 Feb 2022 21:45:58 +0000 https://expo-monet.com/global-museum-art-delivery-market-size-share-growth-survey-2021-to-2026-and-industry-analysis-report/ The latest business intelligence report on the Museum Art Delivery Market renders a detailed account of the drivers, restraints, and likely opportunities for business expansion in the forthcoming years. Moreover, it defines the industry segmentation to identify the best growth prospects for the stakeholders. According to industry analysts, the market is expected to generate significant […]]]>

The latest business intelligence report on the Museum Art Delivery Market renders a detailed account of the drivers, restraints, and likely opportunities for business expansion in the forthcoming years. Moreover, it defines the industry segmentation to identify the best growth prospects for the stakeholders.

According to industry analysts, the market is expected to generate significant returns with an appreciable CAGR of XX% over the forecast period 2020-2025.

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  • Projection of the growth rate of the market and its submarkets.
  • Impact of the Covid-19 pandemic on the growth matrix.
  • Major developments.
  • Key opportunities.
  • Strengths and weaknesses of direct and indirect sales channels.
  • The best distributors, traders and resellers.

Museum Art Handing Market Segments Covered in the Report:

Regional bifurcation: North America, Europe, Asia-Pacific, South America, Middle East and Africa, Southeast Asia

  • Analysis by country.
  • Counts of total sales and returns accrued by each geographic area.
  • Market share achieved by each region.
  • Projected values ​​of growth rate and revenue achieved by each regional market over the forecast duration.

Types of products: transport, packaging, storage and others

  • Price models and market share of each type of product.
  • Sales and revenue generated by each product category.

Application spectrum: public museum, private museum and museum exhibition

  • Pricing of products according to their field of application.
  • Revenue and sales volume accumulated by each application segment.

Competitive Context: Agility, DHL, DB Schenker, Iron Mountain (Crozier), Crown, MTAB, Freight Systems, Aetna, Fine Art Logistics, Atelier 4, Grace, Helu-Trans, USArt, Yamato, Katolec, Mithals, Sinotrans, Deppon, Globaliner and Michelle

  • Products and services offered by leading companies.
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  • SWOT analysis of each company.
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  • What are the trending factors influencing market share?
  • What are the main results of Porter’s five forces model?
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Important point mentioned in the Research report:

  • Market overview, market dynamics, market growth, etc. are cited in the report.
  • The power and commercial manufacture of the main manufacturers have been mentioned with the technical data.
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  • This report is a valuable asset for existing players, new entrants and future investors.

Table of Content for Market Share by Application, Research Objectives, Market Sections by Type and Forecast Years Considered:

Museum Art Discount Market Share by Major Players: Here, the capital, revenue and price analysis by the company is included along with other sections such as development plans, areas served, products offered by major players, alliance and acquisition and seat distribution.

Global Growth Trends: Industry trends, growth rate of major producers, and production analysis are the segments included in this chapter.

Market Size by Application: This segment includes Museum Art Handing market consumption analysis by application.

Museum Art Discount Market Size by Type: It includes analysis of value, product utility, market percentage, and production market share by type.

Manufacturer Profiles: Here, leading players of the global Museum Art Discount market are studied based on sales area, key products, gross margin, revenue, price, and production.

Value Chain and Sales Channel Analysis of Museum Art Discount Market: It includes analysis of customers, distributors, market value chain, and sales channels.

Market Forecast: This section focuses on production and production value forecast, forecast of major producers by type, application and regions

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Museum Art Handing Market Valuation to Grow at a Healthy CAGR through 2026 https://expo-monet.com/museum-art-handing-market-valuation-to-grow-at-a-healthy-cagr-through-2026/ Tue, 01 Feb 2022 11:56:35 +0000 https://expo-monet.com/museum-art-handing-market-valuation-to-grow-at-a-healthy-cagr-through-2026/ 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 […]]]>

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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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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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:
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Albany Museum’s Art Ball 2022 planned for its future home https://expo-monet.com/albany-museums-art-ball-2022-planned-for-its-future-home/ Mon, 10 Jan 2022 05:05:56 +0000 https://expo-monet.com/albany-museums-art-ball-2022-planned-for-its-future-home/ January 9 — ALBANY The Albany Museum of Art’s flagship annual event, the AMA Art Ball, returns on February 26 as a celebration of art with a glimpse into the museum’s future. Art Ball 2022 will take place in the future museum house in the former Belk department store building, officially presenting the AMA family […]]]>

January 9 — ALBANY The Albany Museum of Art’s flagship annual event, the AMA Art Ball, returns on February 26 as a celebration of art with a glimpse into the museum’s future.

Art Ball 2022 will take place in the future museum house in the former Belk department store building, officially presenting the AMA family as the first step in the museum’s metamorphosis into a grand new downtown arts center.

“WADA is delighted to host what promises to be a unique celebration in the heart of our beloved Albany,” WADA Executive Director Andrew J. Wulf said in a press release. “The idea behind this year’s theme ‘Metamorphosis’ is the museum’s plan to visibly and meaningfully evolve to become even more relevant to our brothers and sisters in Albany and to visitors from beyond. We are honored to continue this journey into the heart of Albany. “

After the Art Ball was reinvented in 2021 as a hybrid collection of breakfasts and Art-Ball-in-a-Box options at home due to the pandemic, “Art Ball 2022: Metamorphosis” will be on show. new an optional black tie gala featuring cocktails, gourmet dining, live musical entertainment, dancing and live and silent auctions.

Art Ball 2022 co-chairs are Meryl K. Joiner and Bronwyn Bates.

“I am delighted to be a part of this wonderful event,” said Joiner, who is also a member of the museum’s board. “WADA brings so much joy through art to Albany, and I hope that with the change on the horizon and the event being held downtown, we will see great success and support as a result. . “

“The last few years have changed us all,” Bates said. “I think we have become different versions of ourselves, hopefully better and more resilient. The museum is doing the same and this metamorphosis is reflected in the theme of this year’s AMA Art Ball. Move, Grow, Becoming a part of downtown Albany while representing our community as a whole, the museum is evolving into a new version of itself. We are excited to show the first steps of this change on February 26. “

The importance of the Art Ball to the Albany Museum of Art cannot be overstated. The large annual fundraiser raises awareness about the museum and its work and supports important programs, including free admission for all, exhibitions, art camps and educational programs.

“We are thrilled to celebrate our future home by hosting the Art Ball downtown,” said Chloe Hinton, AMA Director of Development and Membership. “This is our biggest fundraiser of the year and provides essential support for much of our mission. “

Hinton said sponsorship is critical to the success of the event. At the time of going to press, Upland Wealth Advisors and BMW of Albany and Albany Motorcars had signed up as major sponsors.

“We are very grateful for these sponsorships from these prominent local businesses,” Hinton said. “They are truly making a difference in our community with their unwavering support of WADA and its work.”

“We are thrilled to be a part of it,” said Alicia Gregory, BMW’s Chief Financial Officer of Albany and Albany Motorcars. “We are delighted to know that the museum is planning to relocate to the downtown area and we are delighted to see all the revitalization of the downtown area. It will benefit the community. Being part of the excitement is a lot of fun for us. It’s very energizing.

Dinner will be provided by Stewbos Group and dance music will be provided by popular Atlanta group The New Royals, who perform popular music from the 1990s-2000s, R&B hits and party anthems from the 1960s-1980s. .

New this year will be an “after dinner” option where WADA clients can join in the celebration at 9.45pm and enjoy cocktails and dancing.

Additionally, there will be live silent auctions, and the Libby Womack Paddle Raise.

“Through the Libby Womack Paddle Raise, you are directly contributing to WADA’s educational programming,” Hinton noted. “A big part of this is providing scholarships for children to attend our art camps. Our goal this year is for half of our campers at this summer’s art camps to be scholarship recipients. This will go a long way in expanding the reach of our educational programs. in underserved parts of the community.

WADA members are also eligible for a special weekly draw that begins on Monday. Each Monday through February 14, a member will be randomly selected to receive a free ticket for their choice of evening event or after dinner option.

“It’s a special way to thank our fabulous members for championing the arts in our community through their support of the museum,” said Hinton.

Tickets for the full evening of “Art Ball 2022: Metamorphosis” are $ 200 for AMA members and $ 250 for non-members. Corporate tables are also available. Tickets for the after dinner option are $ 75 for AMA members and $ 100 for non-members. Businesses and individuals interested in tickets or sponsorships for Art Ball can contact Hinton at chloe.hinton@albanymuseum.com or by calling (229) 439-8400.

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7 in-depth stories of surrealism – ARTnews.com https://expo-monet.com/7-in-depth-stories-of-surrealism-artnews-com/ Wed, 29 Dec 2021 20:27:00 +0000 https://expo-monet.com/7-in-depth-stories-of-surrealism-artnews-com/ If you purchase an independently rated product or service through a link on our website, we may receive an affiliate commission. We live in a society that abjures shared reality for the chaos of social media. The situation might have appealed to the Surrealists, and it certainly would have amused their leader, André Breton, who […]]]>


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We live in a society that abjures shared reality for the chaos of social media. The situation might have appealed to the Surrealists, and it certainly would have amused their leader, André Breton, who once hailed a self-destructive drug addict as the embodiment of surrealism. Although Guillaume Apollinaire is thought to have coined the term, Breton claimed it as his own with his October 1924 manifesto in a sort of battle over intellectual property with the poet Yvan Goll, a rival for control of the surrealist brand that had issued a similar decree two weeks earlier. Breton won, and the rest, as they say, is the history of art. Born out of collective PTSD in Europe after WWI, Surrealism sought to make the realm of the subconscious visible to a conscious world distracted by the initial wave of mass production and reproduction of the 20th century. Its complexities were manifold, as evidenced by our recommendations for the best books on surrealism. (Price and availability in effect at the time of publication.)

1. Leslie Jones, Draw surrealism
Drawing is essential for developing ideas, but as a stand-alone expression it is often seen as secondary to painting or sculpture. However, the medium played a pivotal role in shaping the principles of Surrealism, and this richly illustrated catalog accompanying a 2012-2013 exhibition at the Los Angeles County Museum of Art (LACMA) shows how. For the surrealists, tapping the subconscious was fundamental, and drawing provided the key to it in the form of several unconventional techniques. Automatism, for example, transformed free association into concrete gesture and later became a cornerstone of abstract expressionism. The exquisite exercise of the corpse, a sort of telephone game played by drawing, explored the happy results of random juxtapositions. Rubbing, or rubbing, offered another means of dissociating the intention from the creative act. This book contains texts and works of 100 contributors and moves out of the original surrealist circle to include artists from Japan, Central Europe and the Americas.
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2. André Breton, Surrealism and painting
When André Breton’s manifesto launched surrealism in 1924, the movement was meant to be literary rather than artistic. In response, he publishes Surrealism and painting four years later. Over time, the original treatise was combined into a book with other Breton writings published between 1928 and 1962, and this volume remains the main source on the subject. In it, Breton states that surrealism was not so much an aesthetic as a “purely internal model” for exploring the “dark continent of consciousness”. Breton’s essays deal with a wide range of artists associated with surrealism, as well as ruminations on popular art traditions (Haitian painting, Oceanic sculpture) that he considered relevant to the movement. Published in 2002, this edition was the first to be translated into English.
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3. Stéphanie D’Alessandro and Matthew Gale, Surrealism beyond borders
Among the art isms of the early twentieth century, surrealism was arguably the most suitable for dissemination around the world for several reasons. First, he didn’t emphasize any particular style, instead welcoming abstraction, representation, or anything in between as long as he adhered to surrealist tenets. Second, the group had in André Breton a tireless leader and promoter whose writings and travels spread surrealist ideas far beyond the limits of their Parisian origins. The Metropolitan Museum’s extensive investigation into this chapter in the history of modern art, which runs through January 30, 2022, is the first of its kind and is repeated in this lavishly illustrated and deeply thought-out catalog, which, among others , reveals fascinating artists. and works of art hitherto known mainly to specialists. Surrealism beyond borders lives up to its title, offering a revealing look at how the movement has spread across the world, from Central Europe and Latin America to Asia and the Middle East, on a period of several years until the 1970s.
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4. Oliver Shell and Oliver Tostmann, Monsters and Myths: Surrealism and War in the 1930s and 1940s
Just as Dada was a response to the catastrophe of 1914-1918, the Surrealists reflected the exhaustion and terror of the interwar period before the onset of a conflict that would prove to be even more devastating than its predecessor. Key figures of the movement like André Breton, André Masson and Max Ernst had served on the Western Front, so it is not surprising that they and other Surrealists (Salvador Dalí, Joan Miró and Yves Tanguy among them) were particularly alarmed, the prospects for war have increased with the rise of fascism. This catalog for a 2018 exhibition at the Wadsworth Atheneum explores how surrealism was galvanized by these developments and how its imagery became more gruesome as a result. Additionally, the authors of the book argue that this period produced some of the movement’s greatest works, particularly that of Ernst. Europe after the rains II, reproduced here in a superb gatefold. Monsters and myths shows how surrealism was born from one trauma to face another.
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5. Amy Dempsey, Surrealism
Published by Thames & Hudson as part of its Art Essentials series, Surrealism offers a digestible overview that will appeal to readers passionate about the subject as well as those with a simple curiosity about it. It begins with André Breton and the programmatic structure that he imposes on surrealism to distinguish it from the anarchist drifts of Dada. Breton’s precepts are covered comprehensively and incisively, along with the work of key figures and lesser-known names. Profusely illustrated with archival photos and color images which are often full-page or double-page reproductions, Surrealism Also contains a glossary of terms and a timeline of the history of the movement’s exhibition and other related events. Beautifully printed and ready for a coffee table, the book is also an encyclopedic appreciation of one of the most important chapters of 20th century modernism, whose stunning style continues to influence art to this day.
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6. Whitney Chadwick, Women artists and the surrealist movement
Surrealism was hardly favorable to women: many of the male artists involved were misogynistic, as was much of their art. There were women who belonged to the movement, but they were expected to stand in the shadow of the men, serving as wives, mistresses and muses. But many of them were full-fledged artists whose work was as exceptional as that of the men. A few names – Dorothea Tanning, Meret Oppenheim – have been mentioned in standard accounts of modernist art history, but most have been ignored and their rediscovery only began in earnest after the rise of feminism in the years. 1970. Originally published in 1985, this book was the first major study of its kind, exploring the careers of female artists who, in addition to Tanning and Oppenheim, included Leonora Carrington, Frida Kahlo, Leonor Fini, Remedios Varo and others. Based in part on interviews and correspondence with a number of artists, the book is considered a classic.
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7. Ruth Brandon, Surrealist Lives: The Surrealists 1917-1945
Focusing more on personalities than practices, Ruth Brandon Surreal lives is a sort of revealing group detailing the complicated relationships the Surrealists had with each other and with their leader, André Breton. The latter saw his role as that of guardian and chief executor – a position that has often rubbed artists upside down – and as such colored the movement’s love-hate dynamic. Salvador Dalí sums it up in his inimitable way: “The surrealist group was a coterie of pederasts all in love with André Breton. They all adored him and he loved to exercise his relentless power over them. Brandon goes into all of this and more, recounting the various peccadilloes, jealousies, indiscretions, and sexual relationships (including the female swap incidents) that made the pot boil. In bringing these characters to life, however, Brandon’s goal is not to be salacious, but rather to define what it meant to be a surrealist for an eccentric group of icons from the history of the art.
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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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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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Reading Public Museum opposes Reading School District plan to change museum management https://expo-monet.com/reading-public-museum-opposes-reading-school-district-plan-to-change-museum-management/ Tue, 21 Dec 2021 08:00:00 +0000 https://expo-monet.com/reading-public-museum-opposes-reading-school-district-plan-to-change-museum-management/ The Reading Public Museum is ready to legally challenge the Reading School District’s plan to seek another entity to manage and operate the museum, the museum’s director said on Tuesday. On Monday, the Reading Public Museum Foundation, which operates the museum, announced that it will be moving parts of the collection stored at the museum […]]]>


The Reading Public Museum is ready to legally challenge the Reading School District’s plan to seek another entity to manage and operate the museum, the museum’s director said on Tuesday.

On Monday, the Reading Public Museum Foundation, which operates the museum, announced that it will be moving parts of the collection stored at the museum but not on display in the Wells Fargo building in downtown Reading from the spring.

The move is intended to protect the collection from environmental risks such as flooding and building deficiencies that have affected the museum at its current location near Wyomissing Creek in Reading in recent years, foundation officials said.

The school district responded Monday night by saying it was seeking proposals for another entity to operate and manage the museum. The district also claimed that the foundation was not fulfilling its mission. The district owns the building and the land.

The museum will remain open to the public, officials said Monday, as long as the facility remains legally accessible.

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John Graydon Smith, director and CEO of the museum, said on Tuesday that the museum’s current deal does not allow for such a change of direction without a number of legal steps being taken first.

“They are ignoring the deal,” he said of the school district’s announcement. “We are totally blown away by this.”

If the school district continues to try to change the management of the museum, the foundation is ready to challenge that decision in court, he said.

Three different organizations oversee the museum, according to an agreement approved by the Berks County Orphan Court in 1991.

The district owns the building and the land.

The Reading Public Museum and Art Gallery, a society made up of school board members, owns the museum’s collection and the foundation oversees the day-to-day operations of the museum.

The agreement allowed the foundation to use the company’s collection and the buildings and grounds in the neighborhood free of charge as long as the foundation operated the museum and paid for the upkeep of the building and grounds.

The fear of the museum, Graydon Smith said, is that the school district is now considering selling artwork to help balance its budget.

The museum is not the building, but the collection itself, he said. Therefore, the foundation is ready to protect this collection from the elements as well as the school district, he said.

He said the public comments he had received over the past few days showed that the community was also against a change in the management of the museum.

District attorney John Miravich said on Tuesday: “This is a legal matter, however, based on the agreement established in 1991, the district has the right to protect taxpayers’ money, the integrity of the collection and Dr Mengel’s vision. Going forward with the RFQ is in that best interest.

“The Reading School District is not looking to sell the collection to balance its budget, as Smith suggested. Rather, the district is looking for a partner to manage the installation of the museum. The district has consistently approved balanced budgets and has experienced an unprecedented financial turnaround over the past decade, as noted by former Auditor General Eugene DePasquale.

On Monday, Miravich noted that the museum was built with taxpayer funds for the purpose of serving Reading students and their families, that the property is owned by a company run by school board members, and that the foundation is an entity private that does not respond to taxpayers.

He called it a failure to live up to the intention of the museum’s founder, Dr Levi Mengel, who established it as an educational resource for the people of Reading.

The foundation filed a lawsuit in the Berks County Orphans Court in 2017 to change the 1991 agreement. That lawsuit went nowhere.

Miravich also pointed out that in an expert report provided to the Berks County Assessment Board, the Shuman Development Group – which plans to complete its purchase of the Wells Fargo building on May 1 – requested a reduction in l property tax for the building based in part on the current condition.

The report mentioned a necessary upgrade or replacement of the rubber roof.

Shuman admitted on Tuesday that the roof needed work, but said it was not leaking and the situation would be resolved before the museum began moving its collection.


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