Übungsplatz〔練習場〕 このページをアンテナに追加 RSSフィード Twitter

2014-03-22 「概念としての光」・「都市空間」・「身体」

概念としての光」・「都市空間」・「身体」


f:id:n-291:20140322082804j:image

Conversations | Premiere | Artist Talk | Richard Tuttle - YouTube

Richard Tuttle, Artist, New York/New Mexico

In conversation with Chris Dercon, Director of Tate Modern, London


Thursday | December 6 | 2012

http://youtu.be/-0F5Nq1vmg8


◇ Richard Tuttle in conversation with Barbara Dawson on Vimeo

Barbara Dawson is director of Dublin City Gallery The Hugh Lane. She is the author and editor of several books and texts on modern and contemporary art including Turner’s Watercolours at the National Gallery of Ireland ; Hugh Lane Founder of a Gallery of Modern Art for Ireland; Francis Bacon’s Studio; Trace Elements Francis Bacon Palazzo Reale, ; Barry Flanagan:; Hidden Islands Brian Maguire and The Spade and The Soufflé Richard Tuttle . She has curated several exhibitions including Barry Flanagan on O’Connell Street (2007); Julian Opie Walking on O’Connell Street(2008); Hugh Lane 100 Years (2008), Francis Bacon – A Terrible Beauty (with Martin Harrison ) (2009), Richard Tuttle Triumphs (with Michael Dempsey) (2010) and Civil Rights Etc by Rita Donagh and the late Richard Hamilton (2011) and Francis Bacon e la condizione existenziale nell’arte contemporanea (with Franziska Nori) CCC Strozzina 2012. She secured the donation of Francis Bacon’s Studio and contents for Dublin in 1998 from the artist’s heir John Edwards supported by the executor of the Estate Brian Clarke. The relocated studio opened to the public in 2001.

http://vimeo.com/53322165


◇ TateShots: Richard Tuttle - YouTube

On display at Tate Modern, Richard Tuttle's artwork almost disappears before your eyes. Its a large white octagonal shape, cut from paper and glued against the white gallery wall. It feels like the antithesis of painting. Richard Tuttle came to prominence in the 1960s as part of a generation of Post-Minimalist artists, including Bruce Nauman and Eve Hesse, who questioned dominant trends of Minimalism by embracing an improvisational approach to art-making using everyday, often ephemeral materials. TateShots met Tuttle at the Getty in Lost Angeles, where he is currently artist in residence to hear about his philosophy of art.

http://youtu.be/G4hll1lKAk0


◇ Richard Tuttle: Reality & Illusion | Art21 "Exclusive" - YouTube

Episode #056: Artist Richard Tuttle installs the work "Ten Kinds of Memory and Memory Itself" (1973) at the Whitney Museum of American Art, New York.


Richard Tuttle commonly refers to his art as drawing rather than sculpture, emphasizing the diminutive scale and idea-based nature of his work. He subverts the conventions of modernist sculptural practice by creating small, eccentrically playful objects in decidedly humble materials. Influences on his work include calligraphy, architecture, and poetry.


Learn more about Richard Tuttle: http://www.art21.org/artists/richard-tuttle


VIDEO | Producer: Wesley Miller and Nick Ravich. Interview: Susan Sollins. Camera & Sound: Sam Henriques and Merce Williams. Editor: Jenny Chiurco. Artwork Courtesy: Richard Tuttle. Special Thanks: The Whitney Museum of American Art, New York.

http://youtu.be/ZfHZ6lW_vl8

A Conversation with Richard Serra - YouTube

Learn more about the exhibition Richard Serra Drawing: A Retrospective on view at the Met April 13, 2011 - August 28, 2011: http://met.org/g9F235


Richard Serra, Artist


Magdalena Dabrowski, Special Consultant, Department of Nineteenth-Century, Modern and Contemporary Art, The Metropolitan Museum of Art


Lynne Cooke, Curator-at-Large, Dia Art Foundation and Chief Curator, Museo Nacional Centro de Arte Reina Sofía, Madrid


This first retrospective of drawings by the contemporary American artist Richard Serra (b. 1939) presents a comprehensive overview of some forty years of his drawing activity. It traces the development of drawing as an art form independent from yet linked to his sculptural practice. Drawing for Serra has always played a crucial role in the investigation of new concepts and new creative methods. It has been a means of exploration of formal and perceptual relationships between the artwork and the viewer. His innovative ideas have radically transformed the traditional understanding of drawing as a form outlined against a background of the paper support, and exponentially expanded the definition of modern drawing through novel techniques, unusual media, monumental scale, and carefully conceived relationships to surrounding spaces.

http://youtu.be/QZyoZxJDCaU


◇ Richard Serra on his Drawing (2011) - YouTube

Richard Serra on his Drawing retrospective at The Metropolitan Museum of Art

(Talk with Charlie Rose, april 2011).

http://youtu.be/92haKUsVHBQ


◇ Richard Serra at David Zwirner - YouTube

Richard Serra speaks to members of the press at David Zwirner in New York.


"Richard Serra: Early Work" is on view at the gallery's new location (537 West 20th Street) from April 12 to June 15, 2013.


Dating from 1966 to 1971, the works on view, drawn from museum and private collections, represent the beginning of the artist's innovative, process-oriented experiments with nontraditional materials, such as vulcanized rubber, neon, and lead, in addition to key early examples of his work in steel. Also featured is a program of the artist's films from this period.

http://youtu.be/_ClD6bhXGFo


◇ Richard Serra - Talk with Charlie Rose (2001) - YouTube

An hour conversation with sculptor Richard Serra about his exhibition at The Gagosian Gallery in New York City, his use of synthetic materials in art and his career in film (2001).

http://youtu.be/KEvklGKd6uE


◇ Richard Serra: Tools & Strategies | "Exclusive" | Art21 - YouTube

Richard Serra speaks to members of the press at David Zwirner in New York.


"Richard Serra: Early Work" is on view at the gallery's new location (537 West 20th Street) from April 12 to June 15, 2013.


Dating from 1966 to 1971, the works on view, drawn from museum and private collections, represent the beginning of the artist's innovative, process-oriented experiments with nontraditional materials, such as vulcanized rubber, neon, and lead, in addition to key early examples of his work in steel. Also featured is a program of the artist's films from this period.

http://youtu.be/G-mBR26bAzA


◇ Richard Serra - Film & Video - YouTube

Gespräch mit dem Bildhauer Richard Serra über seine Film- und Videoarbeiten. Mit zahlreichen Ausschnitten aus den erwähnten Werken (2004, 29 Min.). Das zitierte Video "Television Delivers People" (1973) befindet sich auf diesem Kanal (kunstspektrum).

(1)http://youtu.be/CtU6zVryFvM

(2)http://youtu.be/guNjY-e9V_Y

(3)http://youtu.be/NT-Nr60fVBs


◇ Richard Serra answers: Why make art? - YouTube

Richard Serra explores the ways an artist's perception of the world can be impacted by their creative process, and vice-versa.

http://youtu.be/mWoiAf_qMA4


◇ Richard Serra on challenging artistic tradition - YouTube

http://youtu.be/0Cs2QgfxFnk


◇ Richard Serra on drawing as visual note-taking - YouTube

Artist Richard Serra discusses his sketches of a Le Corbusier building in Ronchamp, France, as an example of an architectural space that has inspired him.

http://youtu.be/Z1K1dNsaapM


◇ Richard Serra's "Gutter Corner Splash: Night Shift" - YouTube

This video documents the installation of Richard Serra's Gutter Corner Splash: Night Shift (1969/1995).


See more videos at http://www.sfmoma.org/video

http://youtu.be/SMD15mOXp6Y

Avalanche (1970-1976) - designers books

http://www.designers-books.com/avalanche-1970-1976/


◇ #3 Avalanche 1970 - 1976 - CHELSEA space

http://www.chelseaspace.org/archive/avalanche-pr.html


◇ Avalanche (Facsimile Boxed Set), Limited Edition , Vito ACCONCI, CHRISTO, FULTON - Rare & Contemporary Photography Books - Vincent Borrelli, Bookseller

http://www.vincentborrelli.com/cgi-bin/vbb/107982.html


◇ Avalanche Magazine Index

http://wp.lehman.edu/avalanche/

http://wp.lehman.edu/avalanche/about/







再録(http://d.hatena.ne.jp/n-291/20130607#p6

■addicts & streetwalkers

f:id:n-291:20130607194707j:image

f:id:n-291:20130607194737j:image







再録(http://d.hatena.ne.jp/n-291/20130711#p8

■Vadret da Morteratsch I (after Walter Niedermayr?)

f:id:n-291:20130711184822j:image

http://d.hatena.ne.jp/n-291/20130711#p1





>>>Palm Trees (after Edward Ruscha?)

http://d.hatena.ne.jp/n-291/20091101#p2


>>>White Asparagus (after Peter Fischli & David Weiss?)

http://d.hatena.ne.jp/n-291/20110913#p6


>>>Partial Truth and/or Virtual Truth (after Bruce Nauman?)

http://d.hatena.ne.jp/n-291/20110702#p2


>>>Control Room (before / after Gerhard Richter, Thomas Ruff & Thomas Demand?)

http://d.hatena.ne.jp/n-291/20120621#p3


>>>ear-t-h (after Thomas Ruff?)

http://d.hatena.ne.jp/n-291/20120623#p2


>>>Concrete Ball (after Jeff Wall?)

http://d.hatena.ne.jp/n-291/20130511#p6


>>>Tokyo Shibuya 03/04 (after Beat Streuli?)

http://d.hatena.ne.jp/n-291/20090215#p4


>>>Carriage, Berlin, 2007 (after Robert Frank?)

http://d.hatena.ne.jp/n-291/20110209#p3


>>>Someday N.F. Prince Will Come (after Osamu Kanemura?)

http://d.hatena.ne.jp/n-291/20110604#p2


>>>A Downhill (after Tomoko Yoneda?)

http://d.hatena.ne.jp/n-291/20081231#p2


>>>Tokyo 2003 (after William Klein?)

http://d.hatena.ne.jp/n-291/20090217#p5


>>>BSL 6372 (after Taiji matsue?)

http://d.hatena.ne.jp/n-291/20110619#p11


>>>0001 (after James Welling?)

http://d.hatena.ne.jp/n-291/20110726#p3


>>>Untitled [Ferry] (after Daido Moriyama?)

http://d.hatena.ne.jp/n-291/20111229#p2


>>>Still Water [near The River Sumida, for Example] (after Roni Horn?)

http://d.hatena.ne.jp/n-291/20100331#p2


>>>Shibuya Crossing, Tokyo [Shibuya-ku], 2012 (after Thomas Struth?)

http://d.hatena.ne.jp/n-291/20120110#p2