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The Principles of Design
split complementary: The Elements & Principles of Design Icons
William Kentridge. Drawing from Stereoscope 1998–99. Charcoal, pastel, and colored pencil on paper, 47 1/4 x 63" (120 x 160 cm). The Museum of Modern Art, New York. Gift of The Junior Associates of The Museum of Modern Art, with special contributions from Anonymous, Scott J. Lorinsky, Yasufumi Nakamura, and The Wider Foundation
William Kentridge AUG 6, 2014 William Kentridge is a South African artist best known for his prints, drawings, and animated films. These are constructed by filming a drawing, making erasures and changes, and filming it again. This talk will be led by Leslie Cozzi, curatorial associate.
Alexander Rodchenko Hanging Spatial Construction no. 9 (Circle in a Circle), 1920-1921/1993 Plywood of peach-tree. 90 x 80 x 85 cm Galerie Gmurzynska Zug
Cuban-American painter Cesar Santos recreates iconic paintings with a contemporary twist for his series known as Syncretism. His intriguing works simultaneously pay homage, merge, and play with Renaissance art and Modernism. Santos' collection of paintings tackle the famous works of some renowned painters including the likes of Vermeer, Picasso, Pollack, and Da Vinci.
by Cesar Santos
Artist Creatively Re-Imagines Iconic Paintings
A bronze sculpture by artist Matteo Pugliese called "La Promessa" ("The Promise"). A fascinating contemporary artist who uses a classically-influenced figural style in a new and interesting way--the walls themselves become part of the work and influence the way in which we interpret his figures. How do you interpret this one?
Milan, Italy artist Matteo Pugliese
Dennis Oppenheim Two Stage Transfer Drawing 1971 “As I run a marker along Eric’s s back he attempts to duplicate the movement on the wall. My activity stimulates a kinetic response from his sensory system. I am, therefore, Drawing Through Him” Well, could be difficult to try this with a marker but maybe with a finger?
Dennis Oppenheim, Two Stage Transfer Drawing, 1971. "As I run a marker along Eric's back he attempts to duplicate the movement on the wall. My activity stimulates a kinetic response from his sensory system. I am, therefore, Drawing Through Him."