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Robert Motherwell was a young American ‘Abstract Expressionist’ painter, printer, collage maker, and author. Art of the Definite, DC Moore Gallery, New York, November 30-December 30, 2004. (Curated by Helen Miranda Wilson). Garrels, Gary. Drawing from the Modern: 1945-1975. Volume 2. Exh. cat. New York: The Museum of Modern Art, […]

Robert Motherwell was a young American ‘Abstract Expressionist’ painter, printer, collage maker, and author. Art of the Definite, DC Moore Gallery, New York, November 30-December 30, 2004. (Curated by Helen Miranda Wilson). Garrels, Gary. Drawing from the Modern: 1945-1975. Volume 2. Exh. cat. New York: The Museum of Modern Art, 2005: 29, 86-89, 200, 218. This craze for Chinese contemporary art has also given rise to a wave of criticism. There are charges that Chinese collectors are using mainland auction houses to boost prices and engage in widespread speculation, just as if they were trading in stocks or real estate. Western collectors are also being accused of speculation, by artists who say they buy works cheap and then sell them for ten times the original prices-and sometimes more. I speak Gujarati fluently. When I talk to another person in Gujarati, if that person is conversant with Guajarati, he will understand the meaning I conveyed. The brain while processing speech understands the meaning in it. Now suppose that person is Chinese. He will hear sound waves in his ears but his brain will not make any meaning out of these sound waves. There is no speech without meaning. Now suppose I am a musician and I am playing national anthem on Piano. That Chinese does not know national anthem of India but still he will appreciate the music because it is played with melody, harmony and rhythm. He makes no meaning out of it but he still enjoys it. That is music. The brain while processing music understands rhythm, melody and harmony irrespective of meaning in it and appreciates music for its aesthetic value, pleasure and emotion no matter the original meaning in music at the time of its creation. Preventative and precautionary practices enable students and teachers to use art materials safely. The effects of using hazardous materials can be minimized. Breuer, Karin. What’s LA Got to Do with it? – Artist as Printmakers in Los Angeles, 1960-1980.” Proof – The Rise of Printmaking in Southern California. Exh. cat. Pasadena: Norton Simon Art Foundation, 2011: 118-153. Nöcker-Ribaupierre, M. (Ed.). (2004). Music Therapy for Premature and Newborn Infants. Gilsum, NH: Barcelona. That depends on the painting and the photograph of course. A painting communicates on several levels. You have the artists perception, you have the skill of the artist, and then you have the painting itself. And you also have historical value from a certain period in time. The photograph has the image, it also has the time and place from which the photo was taken. The photo also has the skill and the perception of the photographer. Though a photograph is more accurate then a painting, a painting can still communicate information. I can take the photograph and then paint that photograph and then I will have both, well almost. But I can’t take the painting and then take a photograph of that painting, because it’s still the same thing. So it still depends on the painting and the photograph.

Fenech, A. (2010). Inspiring transformations through participation in drama for individuals with neuropalliative conditions. Journal of Applied Arts and Health, 1(1), 63-80. Our bodies respond to music in conscious and unconscious ways (Clark, Baker, & Taylor, 2016). While we may take the influence of music for granted, there are complex interactions occurring in our brains and bodies that impact our physical movement, thoughts, and feelings (Altenmüller & Schlaug, 2012; Koelsch, Fritz, Cramon, Müller, & Friederici, 2006). When we listen to music, our bodies respond automatically (Burger, Thompson, Luck, Saarikallio, & Toiviainen, 2013). We breathe in time, move in time, and our hearts may even beat in time (Levitin & Tirovolas, 2009; Zatorre, Chen, & Penhune, 2007). Dancers illustrate this phenomenon beyond timing or rhythm as they capture musical meaning from the full spectrum of music including melody and harmony with their bodies (Quiroga Murcia & Kreutz, 2012). The Queen’s Gallery, Buckingham Palace, presents a fabulous exhibition entitled In Fine Style: The Art of Tudor and Stuart Fashion. This fascinating display reveals how 16th and 17th artists depicted the fashion trends of the day. Music is a powerful tool and can help individuals regulate emotions, overcome difficult situations, and find joy in their everyday life. By understanding how E-S theory explains individual differences in musical experiences, researchers can better understand how music can increase empathy and reflective functioning in both the general population and in individuals with ASC. Importantly, this line of research can extend to the study of group processes. There has been some evidence to show that music can decrease stereotypes towards out-groups (Sousa, Neto, & Mullet 2005), and increase in-group favoritism (Bakagiannis & Tarrant, 2006; Londsdale & North, 2009) and prosocial behavior (Greitemeyer, 2009). Anecdotally, orchestras such as Daniel Barenboim’s West Eastern Divan Orchestra (Cheah, 2009) have shown that people can use music to overcome cultural boundaries, and increased empathy may be a facilitating factor in these social psychological processes. Gaining a firm grasp on the specifics of these music-related processes will not only help inform music therapists and clinicians about how music can be used in individual and group therapeutic treatments, but it can also inform lay individuals about how to use music as a guide or “pocket therapist” that is only one click away on the iPod or mobile phone. Improves memory. Research has shown that the repetitive elements of rhythm and melody help our brains form patterns that enhance memory. In a study of stroke survivors, listening to music helped them experience more verbal memory, less confusion, and better focused attention.

Trythall, S.J. (2006). Live music in hospitals: A new ‘alternative’ therapy. Journal of the Royal Society for the Promotion of Health, 126(3), 113-115. Pagel. David. Scratching the Surface: Thomas Nozkowski” (Ace Gallery exhibition review). Los Angeles Times, 28 March 1996. Any work in an English-language museum or collection should usually be titled as the museum or owner titles it. However, a well-known variant title is sometimes acceptable. In such cases, it might be useful to give the name the owner uses in parentheses following the variant. Since the institution normally requires that its title be used in the caption, that title should appear first. In general, when alternative titles are used, the primary or principal title is given first, with the variant (or a title from earlier usage) following in parentheses. Jha, M., Ursekar, R., Aphale, S., & Yadav, N. (2014). Effect of music and therapeutic suggestions under general anesthesia on post-operative analgesic and anti-emetic outcomes. Innovative Journal of Medical and Health Science, 4(6), 182-187. Hunter, Sam. American Art of the 20th Century: Painting, Sculpture, Architecture. New York: Harry N. Abrams, 1973. Morgan, J., MacDonald, R., & Pitts, S. (2015). Caught between a scream and a hug”: Women’s perspectives on music listening and interaction with teenagers in the family unit. Psychology of Music, 43(5), 611-626. Kumar, A.M., Tims, F., Cruess, D.G., Mintzer, M.J., Ironson, G., Loewenstein, D., Cattan, R., Fernadez, J.B., Eisdorfer, C. & Kumar, M. (1999). Music therapy increases serum melatonin levels in patients with Alzheimer disease. Alternative Therapies in Health Medicine, 5(6), 49-57. Garrels, Gary. The Fisher Collection at the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art. Exh. cat. San Francisco Museum of Modern Art, 2016: 14-175. 2020 art market reports say it all—generally speaking, sales are up, millennials are participating more and more in major acquisitions at auction, and eyes are on Africa for fresh new voices. Still, as big-ticket Modernist and Renaissance-era lots have started to shrivel up, buyer taste for figuration has waned, if not halted entirely. Depictions of bodies, from closely-rendered portraits to more surrealist fare, have effectively ruled the contemporary sector for the last five years, sliding into stylistic favor after the fall of Zombie Formalism in the mid-2010s. Artists painting the figure enjoyed a thunderous blue-chip resurgence in the ‘90s thanks to heavy hitters like Lydia Yuskavage, John Currin and Cecily Brown, whose pseudo-sexual reinterpretations of art historical tropes delivered a dark twist on legible classics.


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