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artchipel:

Monday’s Curator 117

Conor Harrington (Ireland/UK)

Conor Harrington’s blend of the historical and hypermodern is unsurpassed. Currently based in London, the Irish former graffiti artist still paints outdoor murals worldwide to considerable acclaim, while enjoying a meteoric rise in his gallery career. Conor’s lauded large-scale paintings fuse realist figurative work inspired by old masters with abstractions taken from the graffiti scene that nurtured his talents. He is a central figure within a new breed of young artists tackling socio-political themes using fine art techniques in a context formerly reserved for street artists. His work combines contemporary and classical references to create an astonishingly resonant dialogue with the viewer (source: Lazarides) Our sincere thanks to devidsketchbook for being this Monday’s Curator on Artchipel.

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visual-poetry:

»happiness is not a place, it’s a direction« by larkin werner

visual-poetry:

»happiness is not a place, it’s a direction« by larkin werner

life:

On this day in LIFE — August 5, 1946: Juvenile Juror

life:

On this day in LIFE — August 5, 1946: Juvenile Juror

nycartscene:

continues thru Oct 6:“HOPPER DRAWING” Edward HopperWhitney Museum, 945 Madison Ave, NYC (at 75th St)whitneymuseum.tumblr.comthe first major museum exhibition to focus on the drawings and creative process of Edward Hopper (1882–1967). More than anything else, Hopper’s drawings reveal the continually evolving relationship between observation and invention in the artist’s work, and his abiding interest in the spaces and motifs—the street, the movie theatre, the office, the bedroom, the road—that he would return to throughout his career as an artist. The exhibition surveys Hopper’s significant and underappreciated achievements as a draftsman, and pairs many of his greatest oil paintings, including Early Sunday Morning (1930), New York Movie (1939), Office at Night (1940) and Nighthawks (1942), with their preparatory drawings and related works.

nycartscene:

continues thru Oct 6:

HOPPER DRAWING
 Edward Hopper


Whitney Museum, 945 Madison Ave, NYC (at 75th St)
whitneymuseum.tumblr.com

the first major museum exhibition to focus on the drawings and creative process of Edward Hopper (1882–1967). More than anything else, Hopper’s drawings reveal the continually evolving relationship between observation and invention in the artist’s work, and his abiding interest in the spaces and motifs—the street, the movie theatre, the office, the bedroom, the road—that he would return to throughout his career as an artist. The exhibition surveys Hopper’s significant and underappreciated achievements as a draftsman, and pairs many of his greatest oil paintings, including Early Sunday Morning (1930), New York Movie (1939), Office at Night (1940) and Nighthawks (1942), with their preparatory drawings and related works.