shelly take a bow

nycartscene:

just opened:“Overcoming the Modern  Dansaekhwa: The Korean Monochrome Movement” curated by Sam Bardaouil and Till Fellrath Alexander Gray Gallery, 508 W26th St., NYCIn the late 1950s, a disparate number of young Korean artists discarded realism and figuration and adopted a monochromatic palette and artistic techniques that highlighted the flatness of the canvas as a foundation for later accretions and the physicality of the used materials. By the mid-1970s they had become known as Danseakhwa: The Korean Monochrome Movement. The exhibition features paintings and works on paper by some of the leading figures of Danseakhwa: Chung Sang-hwa, Ha Chong-hyun, Hur Hwang, Lee Dong-Youb, Lee Ufan, Park Seo-bo, and Yun Hyong-keun. Through a selection spanning three decades of artistic production, the exhibition highlights the artists’ efforts to make art that defies national identity and cultural production. The movement highlights the struggle between notions of belonging, national identity, and artistic innovation resulting from a negotiation with local cultural specificity and a Western notion of modernity. - thru Mar 29pictured: Lee Ufan, From Line No. 12–12, 1982Oil and mineral pigment on canvas

nycartscene:

just opened:

Overcoming the Modern
 Dansaekhwa: The Korean Monochrome Movement
 curated by Sam Bardaouil and Till Fellrath
 
Alexander Gray Gallery, 508 W26th St., NYC

In the late 1950s, a disparate number of young Korean artists discarded realism and figuration and adopted a monochromatic palette and artistic techniques that highlighted the flatness of the canvas as a foundation for later accretions and the physicality of the used materials. By the mid-1970s they had become known as Danseakhwa: The Korean Monochrome Movement. The exhibition features paintings and works on paper by some of the leading figures of Danseakhwa: Chung Sang-hwa, Ha Chong-hyun, Hur Hwang, Lee Dong-Youb, Lee Ufan, Park Seo-bo, and Yun Hyong-keun. Through a selection spanning three decades of artistic production, the exhibition highlights the artists’ efforts to make art that defies national identity and cultural production. The movement highlights the struggle between notions of belonging, national identity, and artistic innovation resulting from a negotiation with local cultural specificity and a Western notion of modernity. - thru Mar 29

pictured:
Lee Ufan, From Line No. 12–12, 1982
Oil and mineral pigment on canvas

city-book:

The Rolling Stones 50th, Galerie Marquardt, rue de Turenne, Paris.

city-book:

The Rolling Stones 50th, Galerie Marquardt, rue de Turenne, Paris.

thedarkside000:

Various Pearl Jam concert poster

jungleindierock:

Dum Dum Girls / Blouse / Creep Magnet Gig poster by Hernan Valencia

jungleindierock:

Dum Dum Girls / Blouse / Creep Magnet Gig poster by Hernan Valencia

pigionvibes:

What a brilliant final poster

pigionvibes:

What a brilliant final poster

post-punker:

Posters for The Smiths’ singles

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jacobvanloon:

Lead Shot Star V & VI
2x2” on 6x6” paper
Jacob van Loon

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fuck-monkeys-jukebox:

Queens Of The Stone Age gig posters by Chris Hopewell

jungleindierock:

David Byrne and St. Vincent gig poster by PowerHouse Factories

jungleindierock:

David Byrne and St. Vincent gig poster by PowerHouse Factories

jungleindierock:

Two Door Cinema Club gig poster by Nathan Roberts

jungleindierock:

Two Door Cinema Club gig poster by Nathan Roberts

turecepcja:

Best Laid Plans in progress - bigheadedrobot

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