There is this “Myth of the Muse” that pervades artist culture (is there such a thing as artist culture? Berets, cappuccino and oblique sardonic musings about the state of society shared over Gruyère and cabernet? Sounds good. Count me in!).Read More
It’s one thing to contemplate an artist’s work on the walls of a gallery or in a good museum, or perhaps read a great article in a leading art magazine, but the perspective one receives is obviously limited and never totally complete until you have the opportunity to converse directly with the artist while in their studio.Read More
On this #ThrowBackThursday we thought it was the perfect time to share some photos from the Andy Warhol-themed gala. To learn more about Equality Florida (including how you can become a member!) visit www.eqfl.org.
If you missed the Collector's First View at ArtPalmBeach then you missed our fun ‘Art Hive dresses’ walking the art fair! These dresses were created by (my!) high school students at Lake Worth High School- made from past issues of Art Hive Magazine and modeled by Amanda and Eleanore. You can still see the paper dresses displayed in our booth, #554. Visit @studio2_110 or check out #LWHSfashionclub on Instagram to see the dresses ‘in progress’ over the past few months!
In addition to our ‘live fashion art’ there was all the work from the talented artist represented by galleries across the world. We will be posting more images on Instagram, but here are just a few images from the evening. If you are local, make sure you get out to this exciting event!
Whether you go to check out the art or ‘people watch’, you will get more than an eyeful at Palm Beach Modern + Contemporary. Two tips, if possible park away from the event and walk (or get dropped off, your feet will thank you!) and look for your copy of Art Hive Magazine- because we are sponsors!
Artists included in the slide show, in order of appearance;
Gil Bruvel, http://www.bruvel.com/
Christina Major, http://www.christinamajor.com/
Daniel Orson Ybarra, https://www.ybarra.art/
Elisabeth Lecourt, http://www.elisabethlecourt.com/
Federico Uribe, http://federicouribe.com/mobile-home
Jennifer McCurdy, https://jennifermccurdy.com/
Jeremy Holmes, http://www.holmesarts.com/
JM Robert, http://jm-robert.com/
Jonathan Stein, http://www.jonathan-stein.com
Lino Tagliapietra, https://linotagliapietra.com/
Manolo Valdes, http://www.artnet.com/artists/manolo-vald%C3%A9s/
Marc Lipp, https://www.bluefineart.com/marc-matt-mm/
Mel Bochner, http://www.melbochner.net/
Mr Brainwash, http://www.mrbrainwash.eu/
Nemo Jantzen, https://www.nemojantzen.com/
Oriano Galloni, https://www.orianogalloni.com/
Stefan Gross-detail, https://www.stefangross.nl/
Zachary M Knudson, http://zmkstudio.com
Just in case you missed it- here are a few pics from the opening night of CONTINUUM West Palm Beach. If you didn’t make the opening don’t fret- there are several events left.
If nothing else, just get over there to see the ART- over 85 artists represented this year! Visit their web site for more info, https://www.continuumwpbarts.com/
Gerard Boersma paints people on the streets, in stores, public transport and
museums, showing the way people see themselves, interact or are influenced by modern developments in various ways. The artist is able to freeze time in our fast and busy lives, forever capturing that moment in his work in a moment- the moment that we slow down and quietly observe.
For more about Gerard Boersma visit http://www.gerardboersma.nl/.
Romain Thiery is a French professional photographer and pianist specializing in forgotten pianos in abandoned buildings in Europe. His “Requiem for pianos” series is a proof of his attachment to piano and photography. The majority of his work focuses on the piano-sometimes depicted with keys missing, sometimes completely dismantled but always sitting imposingly. For this series, Thiery explored several countries including France, Italy, Belgium, Ukraine, Germany, and Poland. Through his photographs, the musical notes of these abandoned pianos resound again in these buildings in ruins, giving free rein to our imagination.
For more please check out the artist's web site, http://romainthiery.fr/home/
The marine biologist who gained international recognition for his paintings of sea creatures, spoke Wednesday at the Palm Beach State College Foundation’s sixth annual STEAM luncheon. He took the more than 500 attendees on a journey through his 32-year career. The event was held at the Kravis Center for Performing Arts Cohen Pavilion, which was decorated with pictures of coral reefs and sea life.Read More