1. All That We See - Ice Cream Bar/Canon

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    from BalletCollective Added 278 1 0

    BalletCollective’s first work using visual art as a source, All That We See stemmed from a series of meetings between Schumacher, Ludwig-Leone and Salle. After some discussion, it was decided that it would be interesting for Salle to create a painting and then deliver to the choreographer and composer a series of severely cropped images from the painting, with the two never to see the whole work until the ballet was completed. With these several images from the painting as a guide, Schumacher and Ludwig-Leone decided to base the work on a grouping of eight images. Exploring an array of activity in each image, the two focused not on tone and literal content but on structure, line and emotional response. Choreography: TROY SCHUMACHER Music: ELLIS LUDWIG-LEONE Source Art: DAVID SALLE
Lighting: BRANDON STIRLING BAKER Costumes Painted by: DAVID SALLE Costume Design: REID AND HARRIET Dancers: Taylor Stanley, Lauren King, Meagan Mann, David Prottas and Claire Kretzschmar Music performed by Hotel Elefant

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    • Artist-to-Artist: Conversations at MOCA

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      The Museum of Contemporary Art (MOCA) North Miami brings viewers Artist-to-Artist, an exciting new television series featuring some of the world’s most intriguing contemporary artists. Over the course of four, half-hour episodes premiering on Sundays in November, Artist-to-Artist will offer viewers insight into the practices of such artists as Tracey Emin, Malcolm Morley, David Salle, Mark Handforth and Shinique Smith along with 12 other renowned artists from the United States and abroad. Watch as the artists discuss their work, contemporary culture, and Miami’s remarkable emergence as an international art center, in this intimate exchange of ideas. Artists featured in the series are (in alphabetical order): Daniel Arsham, Tracey Emin, Naomi Fisher, Dara Friedman, Mark Handforth, Ragnar Kjartansson, Isaac Julien, Malcolm Morley, Jorge Pantoja, Enoc Perez, Richard Phillips, Jack Pierson, Matthew Ritchie, David Salle, Magnus Sigurdarson, and Shinique Smith. The Artist-to-Artist: Conversations at MOCA Television Series is made possible with support from the John S. and James L. Knight Foundation. Artist-to-Artist Conversations at MOCA event on February 26, 2012 was sponsored by Sotheby's. ___________________________________________ A Victor Muniz / Peter Vahan Production

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      • ArtTalks: David Salle

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        In his AFA ArtTalk at Christie's on November 16, 2010, David Salle provides a rich context for his work in a wide-ranging, erudite talk in which he weaves references to Gertrude Stein, Edmund Wilson, T. S. Eliot, and Frank O’Hara, as well as other artists. Aesthetic values, 15:03 Art (defining), 5:15 Ballet paintings, 55:57 Digital manipulation, 01:02:50 Dunham, Tip, 35:43 Figures, 50:01 Haunch of Venison exhibition, 16:40 O’Hara, Frank, 38:20 Pictorialism, 31:34 Pop Art (Warhol and Lichtenstein), 11:09 Salle, David (his work), 41:00 Schutz, Dana, 34:01 Sillman, Amy, 36:48 Stein, Gertrude, 7:25 Still-life, 01:01:45 Tapestry paintings, 52:09 Wilson, Edmund, 9:57

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        • ArtTalk Shorts: David Salle

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          At his AFA ArtTalk on November 16, 2010, David Salle provided a rich context for his work in a wide-ranging, erudite talk in which he wove references to Gertrude Stein, Edmund Wilson, T. S. Eliot, and Frank O’Hara, as well as other artists. In this short clip, Salle discusses curating the exhibition "Your History is Not Our History: New York in the 1980s" at Haunch of Venison with Richard Phillips.

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          • David Salle in conversation with Karen Lang

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            from Visual & Critical Studies Added 278 2 0

            David Salle Karen Lang Tuesday, September 29, 2009 - 7pm Artist David Salle is a figurative painter whose works are in the collections of the Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum and the Museum of Modern Art, as well as many other institutions around the world. He will be in conversation with educator and art historian Karen Lang, who is an associate professor of art history at the USC College of Letters, Arts & Sciences, and the author of Chaos and Cosmos: On the Image in Aesthetics and Art History (Cornell University Press, 2005). Presented by the BFA Fine Arts and BFA Visual & Critical Studies Departments at SVA.

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            • EXTRA VIVID

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              from Nathan Buck Added 1,297 2 1

              This is a film about an extraordinary decade long collaboration between NYC choreographer Karole Armitage and dancer Megumi Eda. Features commentary from longtime Armitage collaborator and postmodern artist, David Salle.

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              • Fans of GATZ: Part 1

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                In order of appearance: Steve Martin, January LaVoy, Hai-Ting Chinn, Paul Lazar, Hope Davis, Peter Hermann, Clay Shirky, Suzan-Lori Parks, Frances McDormand, Paul Boocock, Jennifer Lim, Bob Kerrey, Lili Taylor, Moises Kaufman, Mike Daisey, Rinne Groff (& Maccabee Becker), Jan Maxwell, David Salle, James Hannaham, Marin Ireland, Kaneza Schaal, Young Jean Lee, Katherine Borowitz, and Arian Moayed read from Chapter 1 of F. Scott Fitzgerald's "The Great Gatsby." See Part 2 here: http://vimeo.com/37755364

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                • "I like seeing only on picture at a time."

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                  "I like seeing only on picture at a time" -Philip Johnson Fine art painting collection housed in the Painting Gallery at the Philip Johnson Glass House. Film, no audio, also on view at The Philip Johnson Glass House Visitor Center in New Canaan, CT, USA. The Philip Johnson Glass House http://philipjohnsonglasshouse.org Image Credits: Andy Warhol (American, 1928-1987) Philip Johnson, 1972 Acrylic and silkscreen inks on canvas 96" x 96" Julian Schnabel (American, b.1951) Untitled, 1989 Mixed media; oil on tarpaulin 120" x 108" Julian Schnabel (American, b. 1951) Untitled (Los Besos de tu Amor), 1992 Oil, collage, resin and gesso on drop cloth 120" x 96" Frank Stella (American b. 1936) Brzozdowce I, 1973 Mixed media; felt, fabric, and acrylic on panel 120" x 90" x 3-1/8" Julian Schnabel (American, b. 1951) Canarde Dechaine, 1989 Oil on canvas 120" x 108" Julian Schnabel (American, b. 1951) Untitled (La Banana e Buona), 1988 Oil and paper on canvas 74" x 54" David Salle (American, b. 1952) Drum, 1980 Diptych; acrylic and oil on canvas 85-3/4" x 55-3/4" Julian Schnabel (American, b. 1951) L'Amour: Carmen Iris Rivera, 1967-86 Oil and tempera on linen 142" x 132" Frank Stella (American, b. 1936) Darabjerd I, 1967 Fluorescent acrylic on shaped canvas 120" x 180" Frank Stella (American, b. 1936) Lanckorona II, 1971 Mixed media; fabric, felt, wood construction, and acrylic on canvas 109" x 90" David Salle (American, b. 1952) Black Watch, no date Diptych, Oil and acrylic on canvas 60" x 84" Lynn Davis (American, b. 1945) Minaret at Mocha, Yemen; 1996 Selenium tone gelatin silver print 40" x 40" Lynn Davis (American, b.1945) Tomb, Palmyra, Syria; 1995 Selenium tone gelatin silver print Edition 1 of 10 42" x 41" Lynn Davis (American, b.1945) Pagan, Burma; 1993 Selenium tone gelatin silver print 27-1/2" x 27-1/2" Frank Stella (American, b. 1936) Grajau I, 1975 Mixed media, aluminum 82" x 134" Cindy Sherman (American, b. 1954) Untitled #157, 1986 Color photograph Edition 6 of 6 60" x 40"

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