art museum – La Prairie SHLM http://laprairie-shlm.com/ Fri, 18 Mar 2022 10:36:14 +0000 en-US hourly 1 https://wordpress.org/?v=5.9.3 https://laprairie-shlm.com/wp-content/uploads/2021/12/icon-2-150x150.png art museum – La Prairie SHLM http://laprairie-shlm.com/ 32 32 Museum Art Discount Market to See Huge Growth by 2030 | Agility, Workshop 4, DHL, Iron Mountain (Crozier), Couronne – Le Saber https://laprairie-shlm.com/museum-art-discount-market-to-see-huge-growth-by-2030-agility-workshop-4-dhl-iron-mountain-crozier-couronne-le-saber/ Thu, 17 Mar 2022 12:45:02 +0000 https://laprairie-shlm.com/museum-art-discount-market-to-see-huge-growth-by-2030-agility-workshop-4-dhl-iron-mountain-crozier-couronne-le-saber/ The JCMR recently presented Delivery of works of art to the museum study with a focused approach on market size and volumes by application, particular industry process, product type, players, and production and consumption analysis considering key drivers, cost structure and regulatory factors. Currently, the Museum Art Handing market is growing its presence and some […]]]>

The JCMR recently presented Delivery of works of art to the museum study with a focused approach on market size and volumes by application, particular industry process, product type, players, and production and consumption analysis considering key drivers, cost structure and regulatory factors. Currently, the Museum Art Handing market is growing its presence and some of the key players in the comprehensive study are Agility, Atelier 4, DHL, Iron Mountain (Crozier), Crown, DB Schenker, Aetna, MTAB, Fine Art Logistics, Freight Systems, Mithals, Deppon, Sinotrans, Grace, Yamato, USArt, Michelle, Katolec, Helu-Trans, Globaliner
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Museum Art Discount Market Segmentation Insights 2015-2030 yn The basis of the following coverage: –

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This study also contains Museum Art Handing company profile, Museum Art Handing product picture and specification, Museum Art Handing sales, Museum Art Handing market share and contact information for various international, regional and international vendors. locals of the global Museum Art Handing market, some of them follow key players Agility, Atelier 4, DHL, Iron Mountain (Crozier), Crown, DB Schenker, Aetna, MTAB, Fine Art Logistics, Freight Systems, Mithals, Deppon, Sinotrans, Grace, Yamato, USArt, Michelle, Katolec, Helu-Trans, Globaliner. Competition in the museum art remittance market continues to grow with the rise of technological innovation and M&A activity in the art remittance industry in museums. Additionally, many local and regional vendors offer specific application products for various end users. New vendors entering the market find it difficult to compete with international Museum Art Handing vendors based on quality, Museum Art Handing reliability and innovations in Museum Art Handing technology.

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– A comprehensive background analysis, which includes an assessment of the global market for the delivery of art to museums.
– Significant changes in the Museum Art Handing market dynamics
– Segmentation of the market for the delivery of works of art to museums up to the regional bifurcation of second and third levels
– Historical, current, and projected size of the Art Museum market with respect to both value (revenue) and volume (production and consumption)
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– Emerging niches Segments Museum Art Handing and regional markets
– An objective assessment of the trajectory of the market for the return of works of art to museums
– Recommendations to companies to strengthen their presence in the Museum Art Handing market

Additionally, export and import policies which can have an immediate impact on the global market for the remission of works of art to museums. This study contains an EXIM* related chapter on the Global Museum Art Remission Market and all its associated companies with their profiles, which provides valuable data on their outlook in terms of financials, products, investment plans and marketing and sales strategies.

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Contents
1 Museum Art Discount Market Overview
1.1 Introduction to the delivery of works of art to world museums
1.2 Market Analysis by [Type]
1.3 Market Analysis by [Application]
1.4 Market Analysis by North America, Europe, China, Japan, Rest of the World
1.5 Market dynamics for the return of works of art to museums
1.5.1 Market opportunities for the return of works of art to museums
1.5.2 Risk related to the market for returning works of art to museums
1.5.3 Driving Force of Museum Art Return Market

2 profiles of manufacturers of museum art materials
2.1.1 Overview of Museum Art Return Industry Business
2.1.2 Global Museum Artwork Management Market Type and Applications
2.1.3 Museum Sales, Price, Revenue, Gross Margin and Market Share and SWOT Analysis (2021-2022)

3 Global Museum Art Discount Market Competition, by Manufacturer
4 Global Museum Art Discount Market Analysis by Regions Including Their Countries
5 By Museum Art Handing different Regions

6 types of museum artwork discount products

7 Types of Museum Artwork Discount Apps

8 key players – Agility, Atelier 4, DHL, Iron Mountain (Crozier), Crown, DB Schenker, Aetna, MTAB, Fine Art Logistics, Freight Systems, Mithals, Deppon, Sinotrans, Grace, Yamato, USArt, Michelle, Katolec, Helu -Trans, Globaliner
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10 Museum Art Discount Segments by Types
11 Museum Art Discount Segment by Application
12 Museum Art Handing COVID-19 Impacted Forecast (2022-2030)
13 Museum Art Handing Sales channel, distributors, traders and resellers
14 Results and conclusion of research on the return of works of art to museums
15 Appendix
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Museum of Underwater Art sculptures unveiled ahead of Great Barrier Reef dive site https://laprairie-shlm.com/museum-of-underwater-art-sculptures-unveiled-ahead-of-great-barrier-reef-dive-site/ Sat, 12 Mar 2022 02:42:54 +0000 https://laprairie-shlm.com/museum-of-underwater-art-sculptures-unveiled-ahead-of-great-barrier-reef-dive-site/ Concrete sculptures that will soon be submerged on the Great Barrier Reef have arrived in North Queensland as part of the award-winning Underwater Art Museum. Key points: The public dive site should be installed on Magnetic Island in the middle of the year The sculptures were modeled by leading marine scientists and conservationists The attraction […]]]>

Concrete sculptures that will soon be submerged on the Great Barrier Reef have arrived in North Queensland as part of the award-winning Underwater Art Museum.

Eight statues, measuring 2.2 meters tall and weighing several tons, will be installed on the ocean floor off Magnetic Island in Townsville to create a public snorkeling attraction.

“This is the first time this has been done in the Southern Hemisphere,” said Museum of Underwater Art Board Director Paul Victory.

The Ocean Sentinels installation is the museum’s second underwater sculpture project, which established its “coral greenhouse” dive site on John Brewer Reef in 2019.

A diver swims in the ‘coral greenhouse’ off the coast of Townsville.(Provided: Museum of Underwater Art)

“The sculptures are designed to facilitate habitat, both coral and equine fish habitat,” Victory said.

“It’s quite surreal”

The statues were constructed by British artist Jason deCaires Taylor using concrete and stainless steel, before being painstakingly shipped to Townsville.

A man examines a concrete sculpture
Jason deCaires Taylor designed and built the sculptures over two years in his studio in the UK.(Provided: Townsville Enterprise)

They were modeled by pioneering marine scientists and conservationists, whose bodies were transformed with marine life to create hybrid forms.

Among them is Professor Peter Harrison, who was a key member of the research team that discovered massive coral spawning on Magnetic Island in 1981.

“What I really hope is that once [they] are installed, my sculpture and all the other sculptures will begin to be covered in baby corals…and they will become a living part of Magnetic Island’s reef recovery stages.”

A man in scuba gear swims past a large coral formation
Professor Peter Harrison says he is “overwhelmed” to be chosen as the muse.(Provided: Southern Cross University)

Molly Steer, a young environmentalist from Cairns who is campaigning to eradicate single-use plastic straws, was also chosen as the model for one of the statues.

Snorkeling site still undecided

The artwork will be on display at the Museum of Tropical Queensland for the next two months before being installed in their underwater home.

But Mr Victory said the location of the dive trail had not been decided.

Two men in work clothes move a large concrete sculpture into the back of a shipping container
The sculptures have been temporarily installed at the Museum of Tropical Queensland.(Provided: Townsville Enterprise)

“There has been an extensive consultation process with the community on potential sites.”

Some residents had raised environmental concerns about one of the proposed locations.

The final site will be determined by the Great Barrier Reef Marine Park Authority, with the sculptures due to be installed in June.

A concrete sculpture of a man mixed with large corals
The sculptures, including that of Peter Harrison, combine human anatomy and marine formations.(ABC North Qld: Lily Nothling)

Once operational, Victory said he expects the combination of attractions at the Museum of Underwater Art to attract between 8,000 and 12,000 visitors a year.

Another facility, planned for Palm Island, is still in the community consultation phase.

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Ukraine’s main art museum turns into bustling volunteer center https://laprairie-shlm.com/ukraines-main-art-museum-turns-into-bustling-volunteer-center/ Sat, 05 Mar 2022 10:31:13 +0000 https://laprairie-shlm.com/ukraines-main-art-museum-turns-into-bustling-volunteer-center/ LVIV, Ukraine – The National Art Gallery in Lviv is Ukraine’s premier art museum, and for good reason. Founded in 1902, when this western Ukrainian city was part of the Austro-Hungarian Empire, its permanent collection today numbers more than 60,000 pieces spanning seven centuries. The museum’s most famous work is “The Moneylender” by 17th-century French […]]]>

LVIV, Ukraine – The National Art Gallery in Lviv is Ukraine’s premier art museum, and for good reason. Founded in 1902, when this western Ukrainian city was part of the Austro-Hungarian Empire, its permanent collection today numbers more than 60,000 pieces spanning seven centuries.

The museum’s most famous work is “The Moneylender” by 17th-century French Baroque artist Georges de la Tour.

With Ukraine now under attack from Russia, the gallery is closed, its masterpieces hidden in the branch of the Potocki Palace Museum or behind tall piles of sandbags.

The museum offices, however, have never been busier.

Outside, a line of young Ukrainians winds its way down Kopernyka Street, eager to volunteer to support their country’s fight against Russia.

The ground floor is filled with women packing cardboard boxes with medical supplies.

The operation is supervised by a Leopolitan named Mark Fetsych, head of the oncology department at a local hospital before the invasion.

Now he spends twelve hours a day at the museum and very little time in the hospital.

Volunteers at the offices of the National Art Gallery in Lviv, March 4, 2022. (Lazar Berman/The Times of Israel)

“In my daily practice, I can only help a few people a day,” Fetsych explained. “But right now, by coordinating this medical unit, we can help thousands of people.”

The goods come from Europe and the United States, he said. Ukraine has a logistics center in Poland and sends goods from there to Lviv.

The museum houses one of five volunteer sorting and dispatch centers in Lviv.

At the entrance to the current medical floor, boxes from Poland are opened and sorted into boxes. Other women with lists fill out applications and send them to the other end of the medical area.

“We send everything, basics like pills, special medical equipment, military medicine, really everything,” the surgeon said.

Ninety percent of the supplies are for civilians, he said, but the country still has a major need for specialized military medical supplies, especially personal medical kits.

“Now we ask everyone in the world, if you can, at least give us something,” Fetsych pleaded.

The museum’s volunteer center is open 24 hours a day, seven days a week, but Fetsych said he was trying to calm down. “I’m a surgeon, I know what it means to burn out like a doctor, so I know sleep time is very important, so I try around 10-11pm to leave and go to sleep.”

Volunteers pack medicine at the National Art Gallery in Lviv, March 4, 2022. (Lazar Berman/The Times of Israel)

There are hundreds of Ukrainians working in the museum offices, all volunteers who heard about the center through word of mouth.

They work quickly, quietly and seriously. Although at first the scene seems chaotic, there is a frantic order for the young men and women to prepare food, spread out toys and carry bags to trucks waiting outside.

On the third floor, Yuri Viznyak, the director of the art gallery, stands in his office. Several volunteers man the phones under a plasma TV showing the work being done in the various offices of the museum.

“We have been working for seven days already,” Viznyak said. “We were the first to receive help from our fellow citizens. Three days ago we started receiving from Poland from abroad.

As supplies arrived, Viznyak adapted his operation.

“At the beginning, we gave food directly to the refugees,” he explained. They now distribute to local organizations and governments.

On Wednesday alone, 55 tonnes of humanitarian aid was delivered to the eastern cities of Kharkiv and Sumy, as well as to Odessa on the Black Sea.

Potocki Palace from the National Art Gallery in Lviv. (Антон Супруненко – Own work, CC BY-SA 4.0)

Outside, a blue truck was loaded with supplies for the capital, Kiev, a key Russian target.

Viznyak said he would continue the logistics operation for as long as needed. Either way, he doesn’t have to worry about the thousands of visitors who come to see European masterpieces every day.

“All images and art are hidden,” he explained, before shaking hands with this reporter and quickly returning to work.

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The CCP and the Phoenix Art Museum host a Japanese exhibition devoted to historical and contemporary photography https://laprairie-shlm.com/the-ccp-and-the-phoenix-art-museum-host-a-japanese-exhibition-devoted-to-historical-and-contemporary-photography/ Wed, 02 Mar 2022 08:03:10 +0000 https://laprairie-shlm.com/the-ccp-and-the-phoenix-art-museum-host-a-japanese-exhibition-devoted-to-historical-and-contemporary-photography/ University of Arizona Creative Photography Centeras part of its historic collaboration with the Phoenix Art Museumprovides unprecedented insight into how post-World War II Japanese photographers attempted to counter their government’s propaganda. With 87 photographs preserved over many years, the Phoenix Art Museum hosts the exhibition “Farewell to Photography: The Hitachi Collection of Postwar Japanese Photographs, […]]]>

University of Arizona Creative Photography Centeras part of its historic collaboration with the Phoenix Art Museumprovides unprecedented insight into how post-World War II Japanese photographers attempted to counter their government’s propaganda.

With 87 photographs preserved over many years, the Phoenix Art Museum hosts the exhibition “Farewell to Photography: The Hitachi Collection of Postwar Japanese Photographs, 1961 to 1989” until mid-summer.

Dr. Audrey Sands, assistant curator of photography for the Norton family, spoke about the upcoming exhibition.

“We have a responsibility as a cultural institution to reflect the incredible diversity of our audiences,” said Dr Sands.

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The Hitachi collection is one of three annual photography exhibitions hosted by the Phoenix Art Museum, drawing from the CCP’s unrivaled collection of historic and contemporary photography.

The Hitachi images of post-World War II Japanese photographers attempt to change the narrative their country published after the war. In one image, a flock of birds sits on a tree, as three elderly men stand outside a doorway, a couple close their eyes as they smoke with the silhouette of a man walking down a hallway.

“These photographers were against traditional practices and what was traditionally accepted by the art world, the photographic world, and government-sanctioned practices,” Sands said. “They inspired a whole generation of artists. I think that’s a real lesson: think outside of the boundaries you inherit.

The origins of the exhibition began in 1988 when the CCP set out to acquire works by contemporary photographers in post-World War II Japan through grants from the Hitachi Corporation. After recovering these photographs, the UA Center collaborated with the Phoenix Art Museum to present the collection in the state of Arizona.

Sands said she hopes the exhibit will expand and challenge the worldview and perspectives of visitors to the Southwestern United States. As part of the team that brought together the PCC and the Phoenix Art Museum for the exhibition, it was important to present the parallels of post-war Japan. and the present day.

The post-war government in Japan soon used the medium of photography as a propaganda tool. The government’s documentary style sent a message to Japanese citizens that what they were seeing was the only truth they needed to heed.

“These photographers meant that all photography is manipulation and distortion,” Sands said.

RELATED: The Center for Creative Photography introduces digital viewing during the pandemic

The Japanese were also dealing with the consequences of the American military occupation and the influx of Western culture that impacted and distorted Japanese culture to the point where these photographers wondered, “What is national identity?” »

The photograph “New couple who closed their eyes, Tokyo,showing a couple taken together in the middle of a shot, their eyes closed, smoking, is an example of distancing from the expected complacency and highlighting a new approach to photography.

“It symbolizes this moment in photography, signaling a totally new approach to vision. It alludes to a kind of beyond and a refusal to meet gazes and suggests that photography can be a screen between two worlds. There is a kind of surrealism in this image,” Sands said.

Other photographic techniques that grew out of the resistance against government propaganda were to shoot higher angles and boost contrast for grain in black and white photos. One of the biggest that is featured in the exhibition is the are-bure-boke, translated as “rough, fuzzy and fuzzy”, which can be seen in the photo “Ishikawamon, Kanazawaas a group of crows perched atop many branches with a dim light behind them.

“All of the exhibits are the result of collaborative work between so many individuals in the museums,” Sands said. “It was not just my work that entered the exhibition, but the collective work of my many colleagues at CCP and the Phoenix Art Museum.”


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The Cleveland Museum of Art studies America’s racial history through powerful works by modern and contemporary black artists https://laprairie-shlm.com/the-cleveland-museum-of-art-studies-americas-racial-history-through-powerful-works-by-modern-and-contemporary-black-artists/ Sun, 27 Feb 2022 14:05:00 +0000 https://laprairie-shlm.com/the-cleveland-museum-of-art-studies-americas-racial-history-through-powerful-works-by-modern-and-contemporary-black-artists/ CLEVELAND, Ohio – The Cleveland Museum of Art, once a bastion of contemporary art conservatism, is bravely engaging the rising culture wars over America’s race history in the best possible way, exhibiting works powerful black artists rooted in this history. The museum’s new exhibit, “Currents and Constellations: Black Art in Focus,” which opened a week […]]]>

CLEVELAND, Ohio – The Cleveland Museum of Art, once a bastion of contemporary art conservatism, is bravely engaging the rising culture wars over America’s race history in the best possible way, exhibiting works powerful black artists rooted in this history.

The museum’s new exhibit, “Currents and Constellations: Black Art in Focus,” which opened a week ago, showcases the myriad ways in which some of the country’s leading 20th and 21st-century black artists have responded to the American racial divide.

The show could be seen as part of the wave of exhibitions in art museums across the country focusing on race and diversity following the police killing of George Floyd in Minneapolis in 2020. In truth, the Cleveland Museum began increasing the frequency of exhibits dedicated to African American artists in 2013 with an exhibit on 20th-century expressionist and folk painter William H. Johnson.

The new exhibition, however, is one of four currently on view that focus on works by women and minorities, and artists who straddle these categories. The show is particularly timely given that it coincides with the increasingly bitter national debate over how the history of slavery and racism should be taught.

Conflicts over the teaching of this history include the racial politics that led to the recent recall of leftist school board members in San Francisco. Meanwhile, despite the derision of left-wing cancel culture, conservatives are working to ban books from school libraries and empower citizens to sue school districts over conspiracy theories that children are force-fed with college-level teachings in critical race theory.

Curated by Key Jo Lee, newly promoted from Director of Academic Affairs and Associate Curator of Special Projects to Associate Curator of American Art at the museum, “Currents and Constellations” takes the position that Clevelanders are ready to consider how African-American artists Americans approached subjects which continue to agitate the country.

On display are prints by Elizabeth Catlett and Cleveland artist Darius Steward that explore depictions of the Black family, works by photographer Dawoud Bey and painter Torkwase Dyson that evoke journeys from slavery to freedom, and paintings by Norman Lewis and Jack Whitten and a sculpture by Richard Hunt that explores whether the black experience in America can be communicated through abstraction.

Other works could be seen as deep cultural responses to police violence against unarmed black people, the sexual liberties taken by slavers against black women, and reflections on the persistence of oral traditions as a means of coping with the cultural erasure and denial of education to enslaved black people. Americans.

The exhibition centers on 17 works from the museum’s Focus gallery, but includes nine others installed in four permanent collection galleries in a way that shows how works by black artists could reveal new understandings of the museum as a whole.

Most of the objects in the exhibit come from the museum’s growing collection of works by African American artists, which now number more than 700 objects. Key works are also loaned by artists and collectors.

The artistic viewpoints represented in the exhibition are very diverse, ranging from social realism to abstract, conceptual expressionism and beyond. Virtually every major work on display represents a school of thought or approach that could be the subject of its own exhibition. In this sense, Lee’s exhibition feels like a sketch of something much bigger and more complete.

One installation offers a particularly vivid demonstration of Lee’s approach. In Gallery 204, devoted to art from the colonial and revolutionary period, the curator has installed “Shadows of Liberty,” a 2016 painting by MacArthur “genius grant” winner Titus Kaphar, who is also depicted in the current “Motherhood” of the museum. “exhibition.

The newly installed Kaphar painting is a reinterpretation of a hackneyed equestrian portrait of George Washington painted by little-known artist John Faed in 1899 that now belongs to the Tuscaloosa Museum of Art in Alabama.

While visually quoting the hero-worshipping Faed portrayal, Kaphar subverts its meaning by largely obscuring Washington’s face and upper body behind strips of tea-stained canvas bearing the names of the more than 300 slaves he owned.

The canvas ribbons are attached to the board with rusty nails in the style of a traditional studded African power figure, or nkisi nkondi, an example of which is displayed in a nearby display case.

Kaphar’s painting also hangs next to a 1779 portrait of Charles Willson Peale and his workshop depicting Washington at the Battle of Princeton, standing confidently in a graceful hipshot pose with his left hand on the muzzle of a cannon. and his right arm on his hips.

Kaphar’s painting literally “pins” the injustice of slavery on the face of a Founding Father.

By showing this provocative image, the museum is not aligning itself with protesters demanding to rename buildings and institutions after slaveholders or to remove Confederate monuments from Southern cities.

Instead, by displaying the Kaphar in the context of Peale’s portrayal and African power figure, the museum takes the position that it can be a place where the complexity of America’s racial history can be safely explored.

This open conversation continues in the Focus Gallery, where, among other things, Lee has organized two groups of portraits of black women depending on whether they face the viewer or turn away.

To paraphrase Lee’s reading of these works, depictions of black women turned away from the viewer constitute an affirmation of personal liberation, intimacy, autonomy, and bodily self-control in a culture that once sanctioned the right of white slaveholders to rape black women as a way to increase their human “capital”.

The “face to face” theme encompasses works as stylistically diverse as Charles Sallee’s 1940 painting, “Bedtime,” a tender and intimate portrait of his wife; and Lorna Simpson’s 1992 photographic serigraph, “Cure/Heal,” showing a pair of high-heeled shoes facing the viewer in a dark, mysterious room.

Representing the “face to face” theme, Lee chose Mario Moore’s semi-nude and provocative portrait in which the artist’s wife, Danielle Eliska Lyle, is depicted in panties, gazing coldly at the viewer while standing proudly in the middle. of a pastoral landscape over which it seems to exercise dominance. The painting is a provocative statement of racial and sexual power.

“African King of Dubious Origin,” a 2021 work by Felandus Thames, offers commentary on police violence against black people as a form of martyrdom. As such, it is highly relevant to the uproar that followed the Museum of Contemporary Art Cleveland’s 2020 cancellation of an exhibition of drawings by New York artist Shaun Leonardo depicting the police killings of unarmed black men and boys, including Tamir Rice of Cleveland.

MOCA said it canceled the show to avoid re-traumatizing members of the Cleveland community who had experienced police brutality, raising the question of when and under what circumstances it is acceptable to exhibit artwork which, however well intentioned, could reopen psychic wounds.

The work of Felandus Thames offers an answer to this question. Composed of beads of girl’s hair strung on coated wires, it translates a close-up photo of Rodney King taken after his savage beating by Los Angeles police in 1992 into a shimmering, pixelated curtain that evokes violence without s dwell on morbid details.

Among many art historical and cultural references, “African King” evokes the tradition of depicting the Veil of Veronica, the cloth miraculously imprinted with the image of Christ after Saint Veronica wiped the blood and sweat from her face. on the Via Dolorosa at the Sixth Station of the Cross.

Finally, “Currents and Constellations” takes on a particularly poetic note in Gallery 227, the East Wing space devoted to abstract expressionist painting, by exhibiting a superb drawing by Norman Lewis (1909-1979), alongside one of his canvases.

In 2017, the museum acquired Lewis’ 1960 masterpiece ‘Alabama’, which communicates civil rights-era violence through shimmering black-on-white strokes reminiscent of a terrifying forest fire. at night, but without specifically depicting a cross, fire or lynching.

Next to the painting, the museum now hangs “Winter Branches, #4,” a 1953 ink drawing by Lewis, on loan from his estate, which uses calligraphic strokes to create spiky linear patterns that appear to shimmer.

A wall text describes the drawing as evidence of Lewis’ interest in Chinese calligraphy, a passion he shared with other contemporary Abstract Expressionists. It could also be read as a representation of the prickly nature of black life in America.

Either way, the design is a masterful display of simplicity and invention in pursuit of striking abstract beauty. And this is another strength of the museum show.

The exhibition speaks of the suffering caused by racism in American life, but also of beauty, pride, resilience and very powerful visual thinking. In doing so, it yields a vivid and compelling whole that shows how a deeper understanding of American history should be a cause for curiosity, appreciation, and understanding, not fear and division.

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What’s new: “Currents and constellations: black art in brief”.

Location: Cleveland Museum of Art.

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When: Until Sunday, June 26.

Admission: Free. Call 216-870-7350 or visit cma.org.

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Out & About: the weekend kicks off with the Art After Hours at the Westmoreland Museum https://laprairie-shlm.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://laprairie-shlm.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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Milwaukee Art Museum’s ‘Art in Bloom’ event returns after 2-year hiatus https://laprairie-shlm.com/milwaukee-art-museums-art-in-bloom-event-returns-after-2-year-hiatus/ Fri, 18 Feb 2022 20:26:15 +0000 https://laprairie-shlm.com/milwaukee-art-museums-art-in-bloom-event-returns-after-2-year-hiatus/ MILWAUKEE (CBS 58) — The popular Art in Bloom event will return to the Milwaukee Art Museum after a two-year hiatus. Nearly 30 art-inspired floral installations will be on display in the galleries from April 7-10. Each arrangement is created by a local florist who is inspired by a specific work of art from the […]]]>

MILWAUKEE (CBS 58) — The popular Art in Bloom event will return to the Milwaukee Art Museum after a two-year hiatus.

Nearly 30 art-inspired floral installations will be on display in the galleries from April 7-10.

Each arrangement is created by a local florist who is inspired by a specific work of art from the museum’s collection.

This year, florists will interpret the paintings Saint Francis of Assisi in his tomb by Francisco de Zurbaran, Father Jacques (the wood gatherer) by Jules Bastien-Lepage, and the large-scale sculptural installations Trowel by Claes Oldenburg and edge of england by Cornelia Parker.

Museum members have the first opportunity to reserve tickets for the event. Reservations can be made at mam.org/bloom.

Tickets will be available to the general public on March 3.

Masks are mandatory in the museum for all staff and visitors, and event capacity will be limited to encourage social distancing.

Timed tickets are required and must be reserved in advance.

Dates and times:

Thursday, April 7: 10am–8pm

Between 10 a.m. and noon, watch local artisans build their flower arrangements in the galleries. Book timed tickets after noon to see the fully completed flower displays.

Friday, April 8: 10am–8pm
Saturday April 9: 10am–8pm
Sunday April 10: 10 a.m.–5 p.m.

Members at Art Advocate level and above get early access to the event from 9am to 10am

Daily admission:

Members of the museum: $10
Child members 17 and under: Free
Adults: $27
Students, Seniors (65+), Military: $22
Children 12 and under: Free
Wisconsin K-12 teachers: Free, on presentation of a valid school identity card or payment slip

Paused for the 2022 event, the Art in Bloom market, the fashion show and the guided tours.

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There was a lot at stake last night at Super Bowl LVI, and not just for the Los Angeles Rams and Cincinnati Bengals.

California Huntington Library, Art Museum and Botanical Gardens teams up with the Cincinnati Museum of Art for a friendly bet, betting each of their Robert-Henri paintings to the other museum for loan.

Cincinnati Serious Patience (1915) is a portrait of a young girl in blue, the official color of the Rams, while the subject of Huntington’s Irish girl (1927) has a reddish-orange border on his white coat, reminiscent of the Bengals’ tiger-striped logo. Now that the Rams are reigning victorious, beating the Bengals 23-20, the paints will be reunited at the Huntington sometime later this year.

Serious Patience been waiting a long time to see her friend. After the Bengals take care of business on the football field on Sunday, she is invited to Cincinnati for a Dey play,” Cincinnati Art Museum director Cameron Kitchin wrote in a statement. declaration before the match (referring to Bengal’s unofficial chant, “who dey”).

When the Bengals scored, the museum announced “Touchdown Bengals!” to Facebooksharing a photo of Jim Dine’s 12ft tall bronze sculpture of a triumphant looking PInocchio that stands on the museum lawn.

It was the Huntington, of course, who had the last word. “Rams for Victory!” the museum wrote on Twittersharing an image of Irish girl with a Rams hat and the Lombardi Trophy. “Good game @cincyartmuseum – looking forward to hosting Serious Patience at the Huntington soon.

Henri is an intriguing figure in the history of art in the United States. Cincinnati native Robert Henry Cozad was forced to change his name after his father fatally shot another man during a cattle dispute in Nebraska. The artist studied at Pennsylvania Academy of Fine Arts in Philadelphia and at the Académie Julian in Paris, but sought to go beyond the impressionist style of painting then dominant. Henri revolted against American academic art, helping to found what became known as the Ashcan School of American art.

The Henri bet, reported for the first time by the Cincinnati Business Mail, marks the first time in four years that museums have gotten in on the Super Bowl action. In 2018, the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston shipped Mrs. James Warren (Mercy Otis), California. 1763, by John Singleton Copley to the Philadelphia Museum of Art after the Eagles beat the New England Patriots 41-33.

The museum’s first bet on the Super Bowl was placed in 2010, at the request of art journalist Tyler Green. After Green suggested the idea on his blog, Max Anderson, director of the Indianapolis Museum of Art goaded New Orleans Art Museum director John Bullard to bet on Indianapolis The Fifth Plague of Egypt through JMW Turner against New Orleans Ideal view of Tivoli through Claude Lorrain. (The New Orleans Saints won 31-17.)

In the years that followed, the Denver Art Museum lent the Seattle Art Museum Frederic Remingtonthe bronze sculpture of The bronchos hunter when the Seahawks beat the Broncos in 2014. The following year, when Seattle lost to the Patriots, he sent Albert Bierstadtit is Puget Sound on the Pacific Coast (1870) at the Clark Institute of Artin Williamstown, Massachusetts.

In 2017, the MFA Boston and the Top Art Museum in Atlanta refused to bet on any art, but engaged in meme-based trash talk in the Twitter-based #MuseumBowl in honor of the game.

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Global Museum Art Delivery Market Penetration and Forecast 2022-2029 https://laprairie-shlm.com/global-museum-art-delivery-market-penetration-and-forecast-2022-2029/ Tue, 08 Feb 2022 13:12:35 +0000 https://laprairie-shlm.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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Coop Himmelblau’s filter roof for the Akron Museum https://laprairie-shlm.com/coop-himmelblaus-filter-roof-for-the-akron-museum/ Fri, 04 Feb 2022 07:40:11 +0000 https://laprairie-shlm.com/coop-himmelblaus-filter-roof-for-the-akron-museum/ The expansion of the Akron Museum designed by Coop Himmelb(l)au is distinguished by its huge steel filter roof covering both the old and the new building. It’s unusual to see such an expansion, especially on a museum, as the architects designed it with the intention of building something with high visual impact that would be […]]]>

The expansion of the Akron Museum designed by Coop Himmelb(l)au is distinguished by its huge steel filter roof covering both the old and the new building.
It’s unusual to see such an expansion, especially on a museum, as the architects designed it with the intention of building something with high visual impact that would be environmentally and energy-sustainable.
The expansion, built next to the old neo-Renaissance museum building, features a multi-faceted core of glass and steel called the Crystal. The Crystal is built in the familiar architectural idiom of the studio, welcoming visitors and orienting them inside the museum while providing them with an architectural experience with all the excitement and originality we have come to associate with projects. from the studio.
The architects covered the whole thing with a large semi-transparent roof, not in classic glass but in orsogril, supported by imposing cantilevered steel beams. They thus obtain an architectural hat of metal blocking the rays of the sun: the roof absorbs the rays of the sun and dissipates them instantaneously, because it is a body almost entirely disconnected from the rest of the building. This is made possible structurally by a box-shaped post at its center, with overhangs of several meters, a design expedient ensuring that the glass core below receives no direct sunlight, which would have a devastating effect on works of art and visitors.
In addition, the Crystal is designed to create microclimatic zones adapted to the needs, while intelligently using the potential of the material chosen to build it. In the same way, the floor slabs act as true radiant plates, helping to control the climate inside the building, heating or cooling it as needed.

Fabrice Orsini

Client: Akron Art Museum, Akron, Ohio, USA

Planning: COOP HIMMELB(L)AU – Wolf D. Prix, Helmut Swiczinsky + Partner ZT GmbH

Design Director: Wolf D.Award
Project partner: Michael Volk
Design Architects: Tom Wiscombe, Mona Marbach
Project architect: Angus Schoenberger
Project team: Mona Bayr, Marcelo Bernardi, Lorenz Bürgi, Mohamed Fezazi, Robert Haranza, Daniela Kobel, Dan Narita, Florian Pfeifer, Dionicio Valdez, Philip Vogt
Executive Architect: Westlake, Reed, Leskosky, Cleveland, Ohio, USA
Structural Engineering: B+G Ingenieure, Bollinger und Grohmann GmbH, Frankfurt, Germany; From Simone Consulting Engineers, San Francisco, USA
Mechanical Engineering: IBE Consulting Engineers, Los Angeles, USA
Acoustic engineering: Arup Acoustics, New York, USA
Lighting design: George Sexton Associates, Washington DC, USA
PROJECT DATA
Site area: 8,370 m²
Total usable area: 8,244 m²
Existing building (renovation) Floor area: 2,367 m²
Extension (new construction) Usable area: 5,877 m²
Height of the existing Museum building: 16.75 meters
Building height new building:
Gallery Box: 11.25 meters, High Roof: 17.5 meters, Crystal: 17.5 meters
Max. Building length: 76 meters (Gallery Box)
Max. Building width: 38 meters (Gallery Box)
Photo: © Roland Halbé
Plans and Diagrams: © COOP HIMMELB(L)AU


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