Art buyers and collectors have many ways to acquire contemporary works of art, especially by living artists. Hathorn Gallery, Skidmore College, Saratoga Springs, NY. The Drawings of Arshile Gorky. 21 October – 9 November 1969. Catalogue. The artist selected a specific site to install the paper, arranged it carefully, then photographed the scene. Daur, Jörg. Symbol, Panel, and Object.” Ellsworth Kelly Black & White. Exh. cat. Munich: Haus der Kunst; Ostfildern: Hatje Cantz Verlag, 2011: 22-27. The text is also published in a German edition of this catalogue. We like to make our living spaces personal and lively by decorating. This includes outside spaces. When we look at outside space at home or school, we rearrange or ornament the features that we find ordinarily in these spaces. This is done with colour alone or with scenes of our small or wider community painted or carved on them. Graffiti is a form of this decoration. Salmon, D., Dileo, C., Hilliard, R., Magill, L., & Cadrin, L. (2006). Enhancing hospice and palliative care services with music therapy: What administrators need to know. Journal of Palliative Care, 22(3), 207-207. HubPages provides a two-tiered, free, professional editing service to its site authors: HubPro Basic and HubPro Premium editing. Articles on Network Sites are eligible for these services. The State of New York Painting: Works of Intimate Scale by 26 Colorists, Kingsborough Art Museum, Brooklyn, March 6-April 5, 2017. De Kooning, Elaine. Hans Hofmann Paints a Picture” (includes artist’s statements). ARTnews 48, no. 10 (February 1950): pp. 38-41, 58-59. Reprinted in Hans Hofmann: Provincetown Paintings and Drawings (solo exh. cat., 1985), pp. 1-11. Partially reprinted in ARTnews 111, no. 10 (November 2012): pp. 138-39. Graw, Isabelle. Ellsworth Kelly, Haus der Kunst, Munich.” Artforum vol. 50, no. 10 (Summer 2012): 310. A 2014 study found that while people listened to music they described as chill-inducing,” they were more generous. Like, the 22 participants played a game in which they were dictators who had to decide how to distribute money to fake people, and ones who listened to their preferred chill-inducing” music beforehand were more generous than those who listened to music they didn’t like or those who heard nothing at all. Whaam! dates from 1963 is now part of the permanent collection of London’s Tate Modern gallery. It is a two-canvas work, thirteen feet wide (in total) and five-and-a-half feet deep. The materials used are acrylics and oils. Small Paintings, Victoria Munro Gallery, New York, December 1983. Lindenfelser, K.J., Hense, C., & McFerran, K. (2012). Music therapy in pediatric palliative care: Family-centered care to enhance quality of life. American Journal of Hospice and Palliative Medicine, 29(3), 219-226.
Grand Gestures: the Gordon F. Hampton Collection. Exh. cat. California State University Long Beach Art Museum, 2007. Hedigan, J. (2010). Authenticity and Intimacy: The Experience of Group Music Therapy for Substance Dependent Adults Living in a Therapeutic Community. In D. Aldridge & J. Fachner (Eds.), Music Therapy and Addictions (pp. 35-56). London: Jessica Kingsley. The first anti-art movement, Dada was a revolt against the system which had allowed the carnage of The First World War (1914-18). It rapidly became an anarchistic tendency whose aim was to subvert the arts establishment. Launched in neutral Switzerland in 1916, its leaders were in their early twenties, and most had “opted out”, avoiding conscription in the shelter of neutral cities such as New York, Zurich and Barcelona. Founders included the sculptor Jean Arp (1887-1966) and the Romanian poet and demonic activist Tristan Tzara (1896-1963). The main contribution of Dada was to shake up the arts world and to widen the concept of “modern art”, by embracing totally new types of creativity (performance art and readymades) as well as new materials (junk art) and themes. Its seditious sense of humour endured in the Surrealist movement. Exploiting The Abstract, Feigen Contemporary, New York, May 2-June 13, 1998. Music seems to be present in all cultures, and it appears to be very deep-rooted in the human psyche. We know that music is a perceptual entity and is controlled by our auditory mechanisms. Music affects emotions and mood. It makes people want to dance. It is intensely connected to memories. People can remember song lyrics from decades ago without any effort. The emotional content of music is very subjective. A piece of music may be undeniably emotionally powerful, and at the same time be experienced in very different ways by each person who hears it. He has held more than 70 solo exhibitions since 2001, including the Museum Gegenstandsfreier Kunst Otterndorf, Otterndorf and the Auckland Art Gallery, Auckland. Unlike other artists, Jackson Pollock did not plan the way he wanted his paintings to look. Many artists plan their works by making small drawings before painting. Pollock developed what he called a “direct method,” applying the paint directly onto an empty canvas. He painted by following his immediate thoughts and emotions. Pollock combined careful movement with exact color and line. Though his paintings appear accidental, they required careful control. Historically inspiration for Hamish MacDonald paintings came from his roots – Scottish Landscapes and Scottish Marine scenes. Later in life MacDonald extended his interest producing contemporary paintings of Venice, Cornish scenes and still life.