It's going to be a very fun day at Core! Our first Convo@Core starts at noon today, followed by our second one at 6pm. 😊
With the intent of fostering deeper relationships and dialogue within our community, Convo@Core will take place monthly and will provide an opportunity for informal, relaxed and engaging chats on a variety of topics important to artists, art fans and the arts community as a whole.
To enhance the relaxed feel of these chats, envision a picnic on blankets where we are sharing moments and creating memories with friends. For those with other physical needs, additional seating will also be provided. Feel free to bring a brown bag lunch/dinner and a beverage, too!
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My Favorite Work of Art 80: E. C. Crippen from Nashville, TN, USA. @elmercc “To date, my favorite work of art I’ve seen is Yayoi Kusama’s infinity room entitled ‘The Souls of Millions of Light Years Away’ from 2013. You get to experience this piece of art for 45 seconds all by yourself, and to be surrounded by this otherworldly place is a true inspiration. Art often takes the viewer to another place or time, but this installation TRULY sends you to another plane." #myfavoriteworkofart#letstalkaboutart#yayoikusama#kusama#infinitymirroredroom#artselfie#arthistory @lets_talk_about_art
My Favorite Work of Art 78: E. C. Crippen from Nashville, TN/USA. @elmercc “I love art because it has the capability to transport us to other worlds, escaping our own reality. At the Pulse Art Fair last year I was transported away by ‘Never Stop Dancing’ by Lindsey Hall. This installation made me feel like I was floating through the universe and I have always wanted to explore space and I thank Lindsey for giving me the opportunity." #myfavoriteworkofart#letstalkaboutart#lindseyhall#artselfie#arthistory @lets_talk_about_art
❤️ 🖤 The year 2018 has been a wonderful year so far talking about art. I have already enjoyed great art exhibitions and museums in Paris, London, Amsterdam, Boston, New York, Philadelphia and Washington.
Thank you for following me on my journey visiting museums, galleries, churches, sculpture gardens and palaces around the world. 🌍 It is a privilege to show you daily my best photos, to tell you background stories and invite you to participate in art discussions.
This summer I will visit several cities in Germany. I hope to see you in Frankfurt, Cologne and Berlin. Don’t be surprised if you see me back in Paris or London either. I will keep you updated about those plans.
If you have requests about exhibitions, galleries, museums or the cities I'm planning to visit, let me know! For more art discussions and debates follow my Lets Talk About Art Facebook page. And don’t forget to DM your stories and pictures of your favorite works of art @my_favorite_work_of_art 👍🏻 Have a great summer! 🌞🌷⛱🧜🏼♀️ 🇳🇱 🕶 🍹⛵️#jurgenvermaire#artselfie#markrothko#rothko#arthistory#historyofart#letstalkaboutart
My Favorite Work of Art 77: Marcella from Apeldoorn, The Netherlands. @marcellao26 “I don’t remember the first time I saw ‘my’ Renoir in a book or on the internet, but I immediately fell in love. When I look at it I wish I were there, I can feel the great ambience, I hear the music, the people’s chattering… It’s super ‘gezellig’ as we say in Dutch, people are dressed up, dancing and flirting, having fun, all in a perfect venue, with – I suppose – great weather. I do remember the first I saw it in Musée d’Orsay. I was visiting the museum with two friends and while we entered the museum we saw that Pierce Brosnan was there too. Although at that time I hadn’t seen any James Bond movie in my life, it was of course exciting to see such a famous actor. We crossed each other paths a few times, until we arrived at the Bal du moulin de la Galette. As I remembered it wasn’t very crowded that day in the museum so I took my time to take a close look at the painting. I was standing there by my own until someone came standing next to me very closely. It was Pierce! Unfortunately I was to shy to talk to him, but for a while we were admiring the painting standing next to each other. This picture was taken recently when I visited the museum for the second time. I was even more excited than the first time! The almost matching dress is really a coincidence btw! But maybe I was that girl in a previous life ;)." #myfavoriteworkofart#letstalkaboutart#pierreaugusterenoir#renoir#moulindelagalette#baldumoulindelagalette#artselfie#arthistory @lets_talk_about_art
Hoje no @omnews: tem novidade na IDA 2018!
A feira vai dar destaque para o design nacional, a utilização de matéria prima genuinamente brasileira, e terá maior integração com a ArtRio 😎 Dessa forma, além de destacar o trabalho de artistas e designers brasileiros, será possível a leitura de como arte e design se complementam e conectam.
O espaço ocupado pela IDA será contíguo ao programa Brasil Contemporâneo, que estréia em breve na ArtRio, entre 26 e 30/9; o programa é dedicado a galerias fora do eixo Rio de Janeiro – São Paulo, com a apresentação dos artistas que representam. Veja na íntegra em 👉 olhomagi.co, link na bio *Destaque: escultura sensorial do Studio Miriam Loellmann, IDA/2017
Today in @omnews: news on @ida.art.br 2018!
The fair will give prominence to the national design, the use of genuine Brazilian raw material, and will have greater integration with @artrio_art 😎 in this way, besides highlighting the work of Brazilian artists and designers, it will be possible to read as art and design complement and connect itselves.
The space occupied by IDA will be contiguous to the contemporary Brazil program, which debuts soon in the Rio, between 26 and 30/9; the program is dedicated to galleries off the axis Rio de Janeiro - São Paulo, with the presentation of the artists they represent. See in full in 👉 olhomagi.co, link on bio *Featured: Sensory sculpture from Miriam Loellmann Studio, IDA/2017
My Favorite Work of Art 76: Marianna Fioretti from Naples, Italy. @mariannefio “I'm an art history student and I’m studying to be an art critic one day. This artwork is called Forme uniche della continuità nello spazio by Umberto Boccioni. The picture was taken at '900 museum in Milan. Umberto Boccioni was an artist in a really particular movement in Italy called "Futurism. This artwork is a typical example of that period. The man runs at such a high speed he destroys the time and goed to the future. I think the movement Futurism is in many ways similar to this time, where society is full of technology that serves as an inspiration. Milan is my favourite city because it was the place where Futurism was born and changed Italian art." #myfavoriteworkofart#letstalkaboutart#umbertoboccioni#boccioni#artselfie#arthistory @lets_talk_about_art
These faces of amazement and “holy shit” moments today from our rad art and Yoga tour group makes my heart sing! I can’t wait for 5 more days of this with all of you! #letstalkaboutart#arthistoryiscool#zoomintoEVERYFACE thanks to my tour wingman @evankolkerglass for taking photos, rounding up the group, organizing, running around getting supplies and making it so awesome! And to my backstage superstar @arthistorychick1870 for helping me prepare for weeks!
My Favorite Work of Art 75: Yermain Mèndez from Mexico City. @yermainn “I love this painting because it is an interpretation of the most intimate moment between two people. The painting has an essence of desire and love. René Magritte is my favorite painter and to visit the MoMA with my boyfriend gives a lot of meaning to this photo"
#myfavoriteworkofart#letstalkaboutart#renemagritte#magritte#artselfie#arthistory @lets_talk_about_art @themuseumofmodernart
My Favorite Work of Art 73: Michael Kulisiewicz from Warsaw, Poland. @kulis0 “My choice is about El Greco, I love him and his work some much because he was a great artist and he was ahead of his time. I love him for the kind of colors he used for his artworks and also the particular line he used for modeling the character or person. In his paintings we can see many symbols that are magical and also very surprising. I love that." #myfavoriteworkofart#letstalkaboutart#elgreco#artselfie#arthistory @lets_talk_about_art