ROMERO BRITTO



Brazilian-born and Miami-made, Romero Britto is an international artist that uses vibrant, bold and colorful patterns to reflect his optimistic view of the world around him. Britto has created a visual language of hope and happiness all its own that is relatable to all, inspiring millions. Self-taught at an early age, Britto painted on scraps of paper or cardboard or any medium he could find before coming into his own and traveling to Paris where he was introduced to the works of Matisse and Picasso. His appreciation of these masters influenced him to create an iconic style that The New York Times described, “exudes warmth, optimism and love”.

Britto’s work has been exhibited in galleries and museums in over 100 countries, including the Salon de la SocieteNationale des Beaux Arts exhibition at the Carrousel du Louvre in 2008 and 2010. In 2013, Maria Elena and Carlos Slim Domit invited Romero to be the first living artist to exhibit at MuseoSoumaya. He has created public art installations for the 02 Dome in Berlin, New York’s John F. Kennedy Airport, Cirque Du Soleil at Super Bowl XLI, and has been credited with the largest monumental sculpture in London’s Hyde Park history. Britto served as an official artist for the 2010 World Cup, Ambassador to the 2014 FIFA World Cup Brazil and was recently invited to be an honorary torch bearer for the Rio 2016 Olympic Games. Britto’s pop sensibility has since leant itself to many collaborations with international brands such as Audi, Bentley, Coca-Cola, Walt Disney, Evian, Hublot, and Mattel to name a few.

Romero is an activist for charitable organizations worldwide and most of all an artist who believes “art is too important not to share.” Britto has donated time, art, and resources to more than 250 charitable organizations. Not a silent activist, Britto was a selected speaker for the arts at the World Economic Forum in Switzerland. In addition, Romero Britto is proudly an Inaugural Founding Benefactor of the Harvard International Negotiation Program. He holds a seat on several boards such as Best Buddies International, and St. Jude’s Children’s Research Hospital, and was recently appointed to the board of HRH The Prince of Wales charity, The Prince’s Trust. A believer in the role of an artist as an agent of positive change, Romero Britto is committed to developing and supporting the role art will continue to play in world issues.

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ANDY WARHOL – WikiVidi Documentary



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00:03:02: Early life and beginnings 1928–49)
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00:08:44: 1960s
00:14:05: Attempted murder (1968)
00:16:44: 1970s
00:18:26: 1980s
00:20:45: Death
00:24:01: Foundation
00:26:03: Paintings
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Andy Warhol – Top 10 Quotes



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Andy Warhol’s Silver Flotations (1966)



In April of 1966, the Leo Castelli Gallery in New York opened an exhibit by the true Jay Gatsby of American art, Andy Warhol. Silver Clouds, as it was called, consisted in its entirety of a roomful of silver, metalized plastic pillow-shaped balloons inflated with helium and oxygen. They floated . . . that’s all they did . . . held aloft by the gallery’s own air vents. In comparison to Warhol’s yellow and pink Cow wallpaper exhibit then-ongoing in another part of the gallery, this was a dynamic work, but it was not without its charm for some.

Willard Maas, the poet, filmmaker and off-camera star of Warhol’s 1964 film Blowjob, was so taken by the installation that he decided to put these inflated bags of air on film (perhaps, who can say, sensing a theme in light of his fellatory participation in the earlier work). The result, ‘Andy Warhol’s Silver Flotations’ was his enduring contribution to the Warholian ether all New York seemed to be floating in in those days, and it is our offering today.

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10 Amazing Facts about Andy Warhol



This video covers 10 amazing facts about the American Pop artist, Andy Warhol. Andy was a controversial artist who used everyday objects such as soup cans, brillo boxes, cartoons, and comic strip characters as the basis of his work. He worked mainly with silk screen printing and was also obsessed with celebrity and created lots of portraits of famous people of the time such as Marilyn Monroe, Elvis Presley, Mick Jagger and Richard Nixon amongst others.
The video covers his life from his early days in Pittsburgh to his death in New York in 1987. The video is suitable for all ages groups from 8 years and above and is intended for use with children and students in primary, secondary, elementary and high schools, as well as art groups and those interested in art history.
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Charles Bell 查爾斯·貝爾 A (1935-1995) Photorealism American



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Charles Bell (1935–1995) was an American Photorealist who created large scale still lifes.
According to a Guggeheim Foundation biography, Bell never received any formal training in his art. He claimed inspiration from Richard Diebenkorn and Wayne Thiebaud. He also worked in the San Francisco studio of Donald Timothy Flores, where painted mostly small-scale landscapes and still lifes. He was given the Society of Western Artists Award in 1968. After moving to New York, Bell created his paintings by photographing a subject in still life.
With a subject matter primarily of vintage toys, pinball machines, gumball machines, and dolls and action figures (the latter frequently arranged in classical poses), Bell sought to bring pictorial majesty and wonder to the mundane. Bell’s work, created in his New York loft studio on West Broadway, is noted not only for the glass-like surface of his works, done largely in oil, but also for their significant scale. In 1995 he was included in the exhibition ‘American Masters’, curated by Michael McKenzie (artist) for the Museu d’Arte Moderne in São Paulo, along with Robert Indiana and Andy Warhol, two artists Bell admired. For the exhibit, Bell created a silkscreen print titled "The Viking" largely regarded as a masterpiece of the medium which required 51 plates, 11 proofings and 10 months to produce.
Bell was born and raised in Tulsa, Oklahoma, where he graduated from Will Rogers High School in 1953. He earned a Bachelor of Business Administration degree from the University of Oklahoma in 1957, then served for two years in the U.S. Navy as a lieutenant. Bell lived in the San Francisco Bay Area after leaving the navy, and began his artistic activity in San Francisco. He moved to New York City in 1967 and set up his own studio. Bell worked as an accountant and served as comptroller of the International Nickel Corporation until 1980. Thereafter, he was a full-time artist. He had exhibited his works as early as 1969 at the gallery owned by Louis K. Meisel.
Bell died in Manhattan, New York of lymphoma on April 1, 1995, at age 60. He had AIDS at the time of his death. His partner of 22 years, interior decorator Willard Ching, had died of an AIDS-related illness three years earlier, in 1992. They are buried alongside each other at Diamond Head Memorial Park, Honolulu, Honolulu County, Hawaii, U.S.
After Bell’s death, Louis K. Meisel of the Louis K. Meisel Gallery became the owner of all intellectual property rights to the body of art created by Charles Bell.
Bell’s works are housed in the collections of The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York, The Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum, New York, and the Hiroshima City Museum of Contemporary Art, Japan, among others.
According to art critic and historian, Henry Geldzaler, Bell’s best works were in the pinball series. The New York Times quoted Geldzaler as saying, "…the artist’s greatest achievement — visually, technically and technologically."
查爾斯·貝爾(Charles Bell)(1935-1995)是一位美國的真實家,創造了大量的靜物。
根據古蓋希基金會的傳記,貝爾從未接受任何正式的藝術培訓。他從Richard Diebenkorn和Wayne Thiebaud中獲得靈感。他還曾在舊金山的唐納德·蒂莫西·弗洛雷斯(Donald Timothy Flores)的工作室工作,那裡主要是小型景觀和靜物畫。 1968年,他獲得了西方藝術家協會獎。在搬到紐約後,貝爾通過拍攝靜物拍攝的作品,創造了他的作品.
以主題為主題的複古玩具,彈球機,手搖機,娃娃和動作人物(後者經常按古典姿勢排列),貝爾試圖帶來圖畫​​威嚴和奇蹟。貝爾在紐約的百老匯高爾夫球場上創作的作品,不僅僅是作品的玻璃般的表面,主要是在油畫中,而且也是它們的重要尺度。 1995年,他被包括在聖保羅Museu d’Arte Moderne的邁克爾·麥肯齊(Michael McKenzie)(藝術家)和羅伯特·印第安納(Robert Indiana)和安迪·沃霍爾(Andy Warhol)兩位藝術家貝爾讚賞的展覽“美國大師”中。對於展覽,貝爾創造了一個名為“維京人”的絲網印刷品,主要被視為介質的傑作,需要51張印版,11張打樣和10個月的製作。
貝爾在俄克拉荷馬州塔爾薩出生長大,於1953年畢業於威爾·羅傑斯高中,1957年從俄克拉何馬州大學獲得工商管理學學士學位,後來在美國海軍擔任中尉兩年。 貝爾在離開海軍後住在舊金山灣區,並在舊金山開始藝術活動。他於1967年搬到紐約市,並建立了自己的工作室。 貝爾擔任會計師,並擔任國際鎳業公司的總裁直到1980年。此後,他是全職藝術家。他早在1969年在路易斯·梅塞爾(Louis K. Meisel)擁有的畫廊上展出了他的作品。
貝爾死於1995年4月1日在紐約曼哈頓紐約曼哈頓,60歲。他死亡時患有艾滋病。 他在二十二年的合夥人,內部裝修師Willard Ching,三年前在一九九二年因艾滋病相關疾病而死亡。 他們在美國夏威夷檀香山檀香山鑽石頭紀念公園相互埋葬
貝爾逝世後,路易·梅西爾畫廊的路易·梅西爾(Louis K. Meisel Gallery)成為了所有知識產權的擁有者,由Charles Bell創造的藝術品。
貝爾的作品位於紐約紐約大都會藝術博物館,紐約所羅門·古根海姆博物館和日本廣島市當代藝術博物館等館藏。
據藝術評論家和歷史學家亨利·蓋澤薩爾(Henry Geldzaler)說,貝爾最好的作品是彈珠系列。 “紐約時報”引用Geldzaler的話說:“藝術家的最大成就 – 在視覺,技術和技術上。”

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Illustrated 1971 Celebrity “Group Soup” Jokes Section (2 pages)

Illustrated 1971 Celebrity

Pop celebrities / actors included in this 2-page "Group Soup," a caricature-filled teen magazine joke section in Teen World:
David Cassidy, Susan Dey, Bobby Sherman, Danny Bonaduce, Shirley Jones, Maureen McCormick, Barry Williams, Jack Wild, Mark Lester, and the Osmond brothers.

Published in Teen World magazine, August 1971, Vol. 14, No. 4

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Walasse Ting 丁雄泉 (1929-2010) Naive Art Pop Art COBRA American, Chinese



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Walasse Ting (Chinese: 丁雄泉, October 13, 1929 – May 17, 2010) was a Chinese-American visual artist and poet. His colorful paintings have attracted critical admiration and a popular following. Common subjects include nude women and cats, birds and other animals.
He was born in Shanghai in 1929. He left China in 1946 and lived for a while in Hong Kong, then settled in Paris in 1952. There, he associated with artists such as Karel Appel, Asger Jorn, and Pierre Alechinsky, members of the avant-garde group, CoBrA.
In 1957, he moved to the United States, and settled in New York where his work was influenced by pop art and abstract expressionism. He began primarily as an abstract artist, but the bulk of his work since the mid- 1970s has been described as popular figuratism, with broad areas of color painted with a Chinese brush and acrylic paint.
He lived in Amsterdam in the 1990s, but regularly moved between there and New York.
He is the author of 13 books, including "All in my Head" (Walasse Ting & Roland Topor, 1974) and "One Cent Life" (E.W Kornfeld, 1964) a portfolio of 62 original lithographs by 28 artists, including Andy Warhol, Roy Lichtenstein, Tom Wesselmann, James Rosenquist, Asger Jorn, Pierre Alechinsky, Karel Appel, Kiki Kogelnik, Joan Mitchell and Sam Francis.
He won the Guggenheim Fellowship Award (for Drawing) in 1970
His works are found in the permanent collections of many museums worldwide, including the Guggenheim Museum, New York; Museum of Modern Art, New York; Art Institute of Chicago; Tate Modern, London; Centre Pompidou, Paris and the Hong Kong Museum of Art, among others.
He was sometimes referred to by his Chinese name "丁雄泉" or its various romanizations : Ding Xiongquan or Ting Hsiung-ch’uan.
丁雄泉(中國:丁雄泉,1929年10月13日 – 2010年5月17日)是中國的美國視覺藝術家和詩人。他的彩繪吸引了至關重要的欽佩和流行以下。公共科目包括裸體女人和貓,鳥和其他動物。
他出生於上海1929年他離開中國於1946年,住了一段時間在香港,然後在巴黎於1952年入駐有與藝術家,如卡雷爾·阿佩爾,導演Asger喬恩,和Pierre ALECHINSKY,成員有關,他前衛組,眼鏡蛇。
1957年,他移居美國,並在紐約,他的工作是波普藝術和抽象表現主義解決。他主要是一開始是一個抽象藝術家,但他的工作自20世紀70年代中期的大部分已被描述為流行figuratism,顏色塗上了中國毛筆和丙烯酸塗料的廣泛領域。
他住在阿姆斯特丹的20世紀90年代,但和紐約之間定期移動。
他是13本書,包括“在我的腦子”(丁雄泉與羅蘭·托普,1974年)和“一分生活”(EW Komfeld也1964年)的62原石版畫28藝術家,包括安迪·沃霍爾的投資組合的作者,李奇登斯坦,湯姆韋塞爾曼,詹姆斯·羅森奎斯特,導演Asger喬恩,皮埃爾ALECHINSKY,卡雷爾·阿佩爾,奇奇科蓋爾尼克,瓊·米切爾和薩姆·弗朗西斯。
他於1970年榮獲古根海姆獎學金獎(為圖)他的作品在全球許多博物館,包括古根海姆博物館,紐約的永久收藏品中;現代藝術,紐約博物館;芝加哥藝術學院;泰特現代美術館,倫敦;蓬皮杜藝術中心,巴黎和藝術的香港館,等等。他有時也被他的中國名字“丁雄泉”或它的各種羅馬拼音簡稱:丁雄泉或挺雄,全書。
丁雄泉自幼在街頭習畫,以素人畫家自居。曾進入上海美術專科學校。1946年,跟隨全家移居香港。1952年,至巴黎,正式投入藝術生涯,結識眼鏡蛇畫派(CoBrA)。1958年,移居紐約,在國際畫壇上開始有了名聲。丁雄泉喜歡以女人、花草、鸚鵡和馬為主題,色彩絢麗,經常以「採花大盜」落款。在2002年中風之後,已經無法作畫。

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