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Flags and fireworks


Faith Ringgold, Judson 3, 1970, (877.2002)


Jasper Johns, Moratorium, 1969, (837.2002)


George Maciunas (1931-1978), U.S.A. Surpasses All the Genocide Records! 73 more words

Fans In A Flashbulb

A reveiw of the brand new Whitney Museum in New York

We have recently spent a few days in New York City and among the plenty of opportunities offered by the Big Apple we have decided to visit the Whitney Museum. 79 more words

Art & Culture

paintings by Kazimir Malevich & Jasper Johns

Fascinated with the subtle differences of language spoken by the family of English-speaking peoples, I wondered how such widely contrasting cultural inflexions might appear in visual art as I was drawn to Kazimir Malevich’s painting…

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A Walk Around the Whitney, Minus the Hype

Light-filled, airy and buoyant, the new Whitney Museum of American Art received great reviews at its opening last month. In some ways, the striking new building even upstaged the museum’s inaugural exhibition, “America is Hard to See.” This despite the fact that Italian architect Renzo Piano’s 220,000-square-foot structure lacks an overall iconic image like the Whitney’s previous home in the Marcel Breuer-designed building on Madison Avenue. 1,137 more words

art and entertainment 2

Hollow Laughter where M Collings surveys the universal wreckage brought about by the takeover of European art by America post WWII:

The video below: The Triumph of Pomposity. 1,329 more words

Postmodernism

Jasper Johns's Non-Profit Creates Space Dedicated Exclusively to Artist-Curated Shows (artnet news)

By Christie Chu, Thursday, May 28, 2015 original article here.

Jasper Johns is spearheading a new project space in Manhattan’s Meatpacking District dedicated exclusively to artist-curated exhibitions. 340 more words

Art

Culture Vulture/Photo Diary: inaugural visit to the new Whitney Museum

Sunday afternoon of Memorial Day weekend seemed like a perfectly good time to check out the new downtown West Village Whitney Museum, trying hard not to gloat too much as we floated past the long line of people waiting to get in to flash our press passes for immediate admission. 157 more words

Photo Diary