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Definitely one of the top art installations of all time… simply amazing.
by artist Cai Guo-Qiang
(shared via our friends at Patron of the Arts)
The Fine Arts Museums (de Young) of San Francisco announces with great sadness the death of John Edward Buchanan, Jr., Director of Museums, on Friday, December 30, 2011 Mr. Buchanan passed away at the age of 58 after a battle with cancer. Warholian shares it’s condolences.
Read more about John here: http://deyoung.famsf.org/blog/memoriam-john-edward-buchanan-jr-1953-2011
Our friends at the de Young Museum officially open the doors to Picasso: Masterpieces from the Musée National Picasso, Paris today! We saw the show at a special press preview yesterday and we have to say that the de Young and Musée Picasso have really put together a wonderful show on Mr. Pablo Picasso. Pick up tickets now!
Deux femmes courant sur la plage (La Course)
Two Women Running on the Beach (The Race)
Goache on plywood. 1922
The Starry Night (Dutch: De sterrennacht) is a painting by Dutch post-impressionist artist Vincent van Gogh. The painting depicts the view outside his sanitarium room window at night, although it was painted from memory during the day. Since 1941 it has been in the permanent collection of the Museum of Modern Art in New York City. Reproduced often, the painting is widely hailed as his magnum opus.
In September 1888, while van Gogh was staying in Arles, he executed a painting commonly known as Starry Night Over the Rhone and later he incorporated a pen drawing in a set of a dozen based on recent paintings. Van Gogh claimed to have a “terrible need for religion” when he painted Starry Night Over the Rhone.
In mid-September 1889, following a heavy crisis which lasted from mid-July to the last days of August, he thought to include this “Study of the Night” in the next batch of works to be sent to his brother, Theo, in Paris. In order to reduce the shipping costs, he withheld three of the studies (“above-mentioned – Poppies – Night Effect – Moonrise”). These three went to Paris with the shipment to follow. As Theo did not immediately report its arrival, Vincent inquired again, and finally received Theo’s commentary on his recent work.
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The The Huffington Post recently had an article in their HuffPost Arts section talking about MOCA | The Museum of Contemporary Art, Los Angeles's latest art exhibition entitled “Art in the Streets”. The article went on to talk about how the show has attracted unwanted street art to the area. This was Street Artist Eddie's response…….classic.