Artists in the History

  • Artists in the History
    Helmut Newton

    The intelligence and impartiality of this documentary about provocative fashion photographer Helmut Newton has changed the flattering tone that is achieved in many fashion films. The documentary now broadcasts on the Film Forum and Kino Marquee includes interviews with some of his favorite characters such as Grace Jones, Claudia Schiffer and Isabella Rouse. Isabella Rossellini believes in the film he…

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    Henri Cartier-Bresson

    The not-to-miss show opened on February 12 and will run until June 9th. Each curator shares their vision of photography and the work of these great artists through their selection. The aim of this unique project is to renew and enrich our vision of Henri Cartier-Bresson’s work through five personalities. Legendary photographer Henri Cartier-Bresson changed the world of photography by…

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    Hokusai

    Most likely, his intent was to find new students and, therefore, new patronage; he succeeded in this a year later when his master had given him the nickname Shunro, although it was common for Japanese artists to change their names at the time, Hokusai went further by introducing a new artist name every ten years, along with his many unofficial…

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    Invader

    We continue to test and experiment in our helmets the material and construction of LDL materials and the team will also be bringing samples of local fluids and minerals for analysis in the laboratory. InVADER will examine underwater hydrothermal systems on Ossevaya Mountain Seamount, the largest and most active volcano on the western edge of the Juan de Fuca tectonic…

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    Jan Van Eyck

    After the death of the Counts Van Eyck on May 19, 1425, he left for “some distant lands, perhaps the Holy Land, a theory weighed by the topographical accuracy of Jerusalem in The Three Marys at the Tomb, a painting by members of his workshop c. After the death of the artist, van Eyck probably did not only paint, but…

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    Jasper Johns

    He wrote much of the work he created that took American public away from a form of Expressionism and into an art movement or form known as concrete and that created a more distinct style of work that was carried out during this period in the history of American art. It was also one of the driving forces behind the…

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    Jenny Saville

    Jenny Saville is perhaps best known for her large-scale oil paintings of fleshy and plump female figures. Saville’s work evokes deep admiration for the palpability of flesh, anatomical contours and textures. Jenny Saville is a participant in the infamous Sensation exhibition at the Royal Academy of Arts in London in 1997. A student at Glasgow School of Art, she received…

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    Jim Dine

    In 1962, Dines’work was incorporated in Walter Hopps’ historic and revolutionary New Picture of Shared Objects by Walter Hopps in Norton Simon Museum in stark contrast to the darker moods of popular expressionists in New York art. Dines’ art was the subject of more than 300 solo exhibitions, including retrospective exhibitions at the Whitney Museum of American Art in New…

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    Joan Miro

    In numerous interviews since the 1930s, Miró has expressed contempt for traditional drawing methods as a way to support bourgeois society and announced the “killing of painting” in favor of disrupting visual elements of established painting, which gathered in Montparnasse and moved to Paris in 1920, but continued his working career as a clerk when he was a teenager. Pablo.…

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    Joan Mitchell

    Joan Mitchell aims to tell the story of Mitchell’s art as fully as possible without the biographical concerns of most of the exhibitions of women artists of the past. While the life of Mitchell (1925-92) was full of fascinating details: a privileged childhood in Chicago steeped in 19th century poetry and art; national competitions for young figure skaters; numerous tumultuous…