1. Darryll Schiff Art Opening and Studio. Praise from the Art World. V3


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    A glimpse behind the scenes at Darryll Schiff's studio and at his recent opening.

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    • Fear No ART Chicago – Art on Track


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      Join host Elysabeth Alfano as she goes behind the scenes with Art on Track creator Tristan Hummel and fashion designer Frog Greishaw of House of Frog. Art on Track is the world’s only moveable art gallery with 8 el cars curated by 8 different artists for one day only, August 7th, 2010 in Chicago. House of Frog is one of the artist cars presenting the world’s first moveable and interactive runway.

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      • Summer 2013 Demo Reel


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        A compilation of work completed within the birth of summer. Programs used: Cinema 4D, Maya, Zbrush, After Effects, Adobe Premiere, Final Cut Pro, and Nuke. Audio Track Used: "Choose Me II" - Xilent

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        • Darryll Schiff Studio and Praise from the Art Community.


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          Darryll receives praise from the art community at his gallery opening and we get a glimpse behind the scenes of him at work with his assistants at the studio.

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          • Richard Hunt


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            Richard Hunt a Chicago artist, is best known for his public sculptures which are fabricated out of bronze, stainless steel or Corten. He was born in 1935 on Chicago's South Side. From an early age he was interested in the arts, as his mother was an artist. As a young boy, Hunt began to show enthusiasm and talent in artistic disciplines such as drawing and painting, and also sculpture, an interest that grew more and more as he got older. He developed his skills at the Junior School of the Art Institute and later at the Art Institute of Chicago. Hunt also acquired business sense and awareness of social issues from working for his father in a barbershop.

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            • Nicole Hollander: "Will You Step Into My Parlour?"


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              This fall, the colorful world of Chicago cartoonist and writer Nicole Hollander comes to life at Lillstreet Art Center. The gallery will be transformed by her collected and personal artworks and distinctive home furnishings, creating a replica of Hollander’s living space. In this video, the artist talks about her life, work, and the upcoming exhibition.

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              • Helen Mirra Artist Talk


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                May 6, 2001 The Renaissance Society presents Sky-Wreck, a large site-specific textile work by Chicago-based conceptual artist Helen Mirra. Given the disparate nature of her practice and her interest in language, the label conceptual artist suits Chicago-based Helen Mirra well. The components of her installations are often extremely simple, combining a textual element with a minimalist form. In addition, she has produced a sizeable output of film, video, audio recordings and artists books all of which bring to mind Fluxus. Mirra's wit, however, is largely at the service of poetry, a sensibility befitting her favorite subjects; the sea, the landscape and childhood. For her exhibition at The Society, Mirra has created Sky-Wreck, a work based on the geodesic designs of Buckminster Fuller, utopian engineer, inventor, cartographer and architect, best remembered for the geodesic dome. Sky-Wreck consist of 110 triangles with 330 edges of a polyhedral form cut from a coarse indigo cloth which is flattened to cover a large portion of the gallery floor. Mirra's form functions as one of Fuller's dymaxion maps in which he converted the globe into a triangulated polyhedron. Instead of representing the surface of the earth, Sky-Wreck represents the firmament, or the sky in its role as support for the heavens. On a formal level, Sky-Wreck corresponds to the interior architecture of the gallery which consists of an elaborate series of origami like folds configured to resemble a neo-gothic church. Conceptually, Mirra drew her inspiration for Sky-Wreck from a variety of spiritual, artistic, and scientific sources ranging from Paul Celan (from whom the exhibition derives its name) to Dr. Bronner, from Marcel Duchamp to the Milesian philosophers of Ancient Greece.

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                • I'm Chris Kerr and I'm an Artist


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                  Chris Kerr shares his work and passion, Art.

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                  • 3D Modeling Demo Reel 2011


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                    • PARADE SEASON TEES


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                      The making of hand screen printed, designed and loved one-of-a-kind T-shirts by Chicago based artist Monica Ramirez. Music: by the very talented Jeremiah Jae Video: Monica Ramirez Website: http://yosoymonica.com A Biblioteca de Bestia collaboration.

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