Painting by Sabhan Adam (30)



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Teaser The American Dream Drents Museum en Kunsthalle Emden



The American Dream was te zien van 17 november 2017 t/m 27 mei 2018 in het Drents Museum en Kunsthalle Emden.

Om de Amerikaanse droom te beleven, hoef je geen oceaan meer over te steken: het Drents Museum en de Kunsthalle Emden slaan de handen ineen voor de internationale dubbeltentoonstelling The American Dream. In Assen (Nederland) en Emden (Duitsland) is gelijktijdig een spectaculair overzicht te zien van Amerikaans realisme van 1945 tot heden. Topkunstenaars als Edward Hopper, Andy Warhol, Roy Lichtenstein en Chuck Close voeren je mee langs de kunst, cultuur en geschiedenis van het naoorlogse Amerika. De tentoonstelling is een primeur: nooit eerder werd in Europa zo’n uitgebreid overzicht getoond van het Amerikaanse realisme.

You no longer need to cross the ocean to experience the American Dream: the Drents Museum and the Kunsthalle Emden have joined forced to mount the international double exhibition The American Dream. This spectacular survey of American Realism from 1945 to the present is on view simultaneously in Assen (The Netherlands) and Emden (Germany). Leading artists including Edward Hopper, Andy Warhol, Roy Lichtenstein, and Chuck Close guide your journey through the art, culture, and history of post-war America. This is an exclusive for the museums: such an extensive survey of American Realism has never before been shown in Europe.

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Painting by Sabhan Adam (3)



Kazimir malvich, Pablo Picasso, Piet mondrian, Frida kahlo, Jackson pollock, Georgia O`keeffee, Salvador dali, Francis Bacon, Andy Warhol, Jean Michel Basquiat, Shepard Fairey, Jasper johns, Liu Bolin, Devin Miles, Agent X, Jef Aerosol, Banksy, Rafael sliks, Thirsy Bstrd, Vincent van Gogh, Leonardo da vinci, Michelangelo, Henri Matisse, Jackson pollock, Rembrandt, Edvard Munich, Claude Monet, Raphael, Donatello, Sandro Botticelli, Titian, Gian lorenzo bernini, Auguste Rodin, Giorgio Vasari, Raoul Dufy, Georges Rouault, Chaim Soutine, René François Ghislain Magritte, Georg Baselitz Canvas, Art, Modern Art, Contemporary art, Plastic Art, Oil paintings, Acrylic, Important Art, Great Art, Paintings, Painter, Famous artist, Gustav klimt, Egon schiele, Oskar kokoschka, Soten, Jean Michel Basquiat, Art dealers, Selling and buying paintings, Advertising for paintings, Art Marketing, Art collectors, Art lovers, Amazing Art

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Guitar: Walk On The Wild Side (Including lyrics and chords)



“Walk On The Wild Side” is a song written and performed by Lou Reed and was released in 1972. It was very risqué as Wikipedia explains:
The lyrics were groundbreaking and risqué for their time, telling stories not usually told in rock songs up to then, and containing references to prostitution, transsexuals, and oral sex.
Each verse refers to one of the “superstars” at Andy Warhol’s New York studio, The Factory.
“Holly” is based on Holly Woodlawn, a transgender actress who lived in Miami Beach, Florida as a child. In 1962, after being bullied by homophobes, the fifteen-year-old ran away from home; and, as in the lyrics, learned how to pluck her eyebrows while hitchhiking to New York.
“Candy” is based on Candy Darling, a transgender actress and the subject of an earlier song by Lou Reed, “Candy Says”. She grew up on Long Island (“the island”) and was a regular at “the back room” of Max’s Kansas City.
“Little Joe” was the nickname of Joe Dallesandro, an actor who starred in Flesh, a 1968 film about a teenage hustler. Dallesandro said in 2014 that he had never met Reed when the song was written, and that the lyrics were based on the film character, not himself personally.
“Sugar Plum Fairy” was a reference to actor Joe Campbell, who played a character by that name in Warhol’s 1965 film, My Hustler. The term was a euphemism for “drug dealer”.
“Jackie” is based on Jackie Curtis, another Warhol actor. “Speeding” and “crashing” are drug references. Curtis at one time hoped to play the role of James Dean in a movie; Dean was killed in a car crash.

To be honest, I never really listened to the lyrics too closely at the time the song was released, just liking it for its somewhat unusual catchy rhythm which as I discovered when recording this video is not that easy to sustain with just the guitar.

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The American Dream – Drents Museum en Kunsthalle Emden #Official Trailer



The American Dream was te zien van 17 november 2017 t/m 27 mei 2018 in het Drents Museum en Kunsthalle Emden.

Om de Amerikaanse droom te beleven, hoef je geen oceaan meer over te steken: het Drents Museum en de Kunsthalle Emden slaan de handen ineen voor de internationale dubbeltentoonstelling The American Dream. In Assen (Nederland) en Emden (Duitsland) is gelijktijdig een spectaculair overzicht te zien van Amerikaans realisme van 1945 tot heden. Topkunstenaars als Edward Hopper, Andy Warhol, Roy Lichtenstein en Chuck Close voeren je mee langs de kunst, cultuur en geschiedenis van het naoorlogse Amerika. De tentoonstelling is een primeur: nooit eerder werd in Europa zo’n uitgebreid overzicht getoond van het Amerikaanse realisme.

You no longer need to cross the ocean to experience the American Dream: the Drents Museum and the Kunsthalle Emden have joined forced to mount the international double exhibition The American Dream. This spectacular survey of American Realism from 1945 to the present is on view simultaneously in Assen (The Netherlands) and Emden (Germany). Leading artists including Edward Hopper, Andy Warhol, Roy Lichtenstein, and Chuck Close guide your journey through the art, culture, and history of post-war America. This is an exclusive for the museums: such an extensive survey of American Realism has never before been shown in Europe.

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