1. Art Talk #2 - The Mind in the Cave

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    Art Talk #2 - The Mind in the Cave - CSULB, School of Art, Art 110, Intro to the Visual Arts.

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    • Art Talk #1 - 3 Million Years of Art History

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      Art Talk #1 - 3 Million Years of Art History - CSULB, School of Art, Art 110, Intro to the Visual Arts.

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      • Kevin Tent & Jeff Wall - Intro by Charlotte Cotton - Sound and Vision

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        The Conversations, organized by independent curator Douglas Fogle, offer visitors multiple intellectual perspectives on the use of images by bringing together notable curators and contemporary artists for a discussion of the practice of image-making. In this encounter between acclaimed artist and photographer Jeff Wall and Award-Nominee Film-editor Kevin Tent, the main topics were about "pictoriality" and "narrative images". The introduction was made by Curator Charlotte Cotton. see complete program: parisphoto.com/losangeles/program/2014/sound-and-vision-the-conversations

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        • Frances Stark & Leigh Ledare - Intro by Simon Castets - Sound and Vision

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          The Conversations, organized by independent curator Douglas Fogle, offer visitors multiple intellectual perspectives on the use of images by bringing together notable curators and contemporary artists for a discussion of the practice of image-making. Artists Frances Stark and Leigh Ledare met at the fair to discuss about their working processes. The introduction was made by Simon Castets, director of the Swiss Institute, New York. see complete program: parisphoto.com/losangeles/program/2014/sound-and-vision-the-conversations

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          • Beard Gallery, State University of New York at Cortland, Cultural Council of Cortland County

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            WELL WORTH THE STRUGGLE: RECENT WORK BY HALL GROAT SR AND HALL GROAT II Beard Gallery, The Cultural Council of Cortland County, State University of New York at Cortland, SUNY Central New York Contemporary artists, Hall Groat Sr. of Manlius and Hall Groat II of Endwell, will be exhibiting a thought-provoking and adventurous cross-section of recent oil paintings in an exhibit entitled, Well Worth the Struggle, which explores the formal and conceptual relationships between the work of father and son artists. The exhibit invites the viewer to examine the duality between Hall Groat II’s mysterious, often satirical mannerist still-life metaphors that blur the boundaries between the familiar and the unconventional, and Hall Groat Sr’s evocative, painterly architectural, landscape and figurative work that melds representation with abstraction, making allusions to 20th century Modernism. Hall Groat Sr, an American Impressionist painter is a native of Syracuse, New York, where he studied painting; worked towards his Master of Fines Arts degree and began his life long career as an artist. Groat has dedicated his entire full-time professional career, spanning over forty years, to pursuing his passion for art. Painter Hall Groat II, professor and chair of Art and Design at SUNY Broome Community College, teaches foundation courses in painting, drawing, color theory, and computer graphics. Groat earned a master of fine arts degree in painting and drawing from City University of New York at Brooklyn, a bachelor of arts in art history, minoring in studio art at Binghamton University, and attended graduate and certificate programs at Buffalo State College, Syracuse University, and Savannah College of Art and Design. He also attended summer sessions at Chautauqua School of Art, Chautauqua, NY, and Vermont Studio Center in Johnson, Vt.

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            • Thomas RUFF at David Zwirner Gallery. The Armory Show 2014

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              We first discovered photograms some two years ago when we interviewed Adam Fuss about his captivating and monumental images created using biological products. We then met Alison Rossiter at AIPAD and talked to her about her monochromatic color fields inspired by Richard Serra’s exhibition at the Met. Thomas Ruff's photograms at David Zwirner Gallery. The Armory Show 2014 This year during The Armory Show we were introduced to the work of a German artist who has chosen photograms as his latest means of artistic communication. In a series of works started in 2012 Thomas Ruff essentially takes an idea that was first introduced my artists like Man Ray, Laszlo Moholy-Nagy who simply placed objects of various shapes, textures and opacities onto photographic paper and captured their physical qualities through the optical traces they left on the light sensitive surface of the paper. But what those artists managed to achieve through light and the chemical processes in the 1920′s, Ruff creates using all-digital means. So, what you see actually doesn’t exist. read more: http://www.galleryintell.com/thomas-ruffs-photograms-david-zwirner-gallery/ Interviews are also available as a video podcast from iTunes. Subscribe today! itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/galleryintell-videocasts/id509109388 We have a whole bunch of cool things on our FB, Twitter, Instagram, Pinterest, and Vimeo pages, so Like and get the full galleryIntell experience: Facebook Page: facebook.com/galleryIntell Instagram: instagram.com/gallery_intell Twitter: twitter.com/galleryIntell @galleryIntell Pinterest: pinterest.com/galleryintell/ Youtube: youtube.com/channel/UCDz9ryIgbUa08Tbas858JVA

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              • Art Talk

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                Six art students were asked the same set of questions. What they said is on this video. Produced for the University of Memphis | Department of Art By Daniel Wildberger & Isabel Machado Music by Atwist Beats Sound & Graphics by Daniel Wildberger @2014

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                • Art Talk

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                  Six art students were asked the same set of questions. What they said is on this video. Produced for the University of Memphis | Department of Art By Daniel Wildberger & Isabel Machado Music by Atwist Beats Sound & Graphics by Daniel Wildberger @2014

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                  • "Bugger the $phinx" Panel @Honey Ramka

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                    "Bugger the $phinx" panel discussion at Honey Ramka, with Alicia Gibson, Boris Torres, Yasamin Keshktar, and Cecile Chong. Moderated by Jesse Patrick Martin.

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                    • Shinichi Maruyama at Bruce Silverstein Gallery New York

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                      Shinichi Maruyama: Nude at Bruce Silverstein Gallery in New York. Video interview with the gallery director about the inspirations behind the latest series of images. More on the exhibition at http://www.galleryintell.com/shinichi-maruyama-bruce-silverstein-gallery/ Shinichi Maruyama is a Japanese-born photographer from Nagano, Japan, now living and working in New York. This is the third exhibition of Maruyama's work at the Bruce Silverstein Gallery in New York. As with the last body of work the current series of nine photographs titled Nude focus on movement, the singularity of motion and the abstract nature inherent to all figurative forms. In the present interview with Bruce Silverstein, owner of Bruce Silverstein Gallery, we talked about the inspirations behind the sculptural, draped, yet abstract images Shinichi Maruyama created for the exhibition and how it related to the ideas of traditional photography, traditional Japanese calligraphy and western art history. galleryIntell interviews are also available as a video podcast from iTunes. Subscribe today! http://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/galleryintell-videocasts/id509109388 ArtEx: https://www.galleryIntell.com/artex We have a whole bunch of cool things on our FB, Twitter, Instagram, Pinterest, and Vimeo pages, so Like and get the full galleryIntell experience: Facebook Page: http://www.facebook.com/galleryIntell Instagram: http://instagram.com/gallery_intell Twitter: http://www.twitter.com/galleryIntell @galleryIntell Pinterest: http://pinterest.com/galleryintell/ Youtube: http://www.youtube.com/channel/UCDz9ryIgbUa08Tbas858JVA

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