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Happy Birthday, Robert Morris!

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Robert Morris life theme-happy birthday, Robert Morris. The body in the room so you could summarize Robert Morris’ life. He became famous in 1961 in New York City through its two columns: two man-sized, hollow plywood pillars, one vertical, one horizontal. As the viewer behaves to such counterparts, which feel the simple forms lead to him, it was Morris’ central question. Similarly, his famous L-beams worked four years later: plywood sculptures in L-shape arranged cube to the artists in different lineup in the white, which should ennobling him finally to the pillar saints of recent art history. “” “He manifested Morris’ revolutionary conception of the relation of body sculpture in 1966 in his legendary post notes on sculpture”in Artforum magazine”, the strong interest of the former generation of artists of Maurice Merleau-Ponty’s phenomenology of perception” reflected. While it is not surprising that Morris’ sculptures strange human adheres to: coming from the dance and performance and in the Judson Dance Theater with Carolee Schneemann and Yvonne Rainer actively, he had up 1961 a column on stage as overturn passed out completely, as if he wanted to anticipate Michael fried’s critical thesis that minimal lift type with its theatricality the distance between work and Viewer.

And not just stopped even Morris himself. While Donald Judd, Carl Andre, Dan Flavin, in which minimal anthologies with him like in the same breath called remained faithful to their once developed recipes for success, Morris spun the thread continues of mirrored cubes that challenge the viewer’s interactivity overland type fabric in the form of craters and steaming surface outdoor up down to felt tracks, which fall from the wall and today already among the incunabula of the form of the anti. His exhibition at Spruth Magers Berlin demonstrated recently that Morris still remains faithful to his artistic strategies and this always new shapes designed: There were twelve works of 2009 from the blindfolded has blind time drawings presented created drawing series, started the Morris 1973 and which is good up to the present day for surprises here. Today, Robert Morris is 80 years old. Please continue reading here: art world’s leading online magazine and decorative art online.

Fiber Optic Reinterpreted

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The oesterr. Artist Friedrich Biedermann exhibits Biedermann Zumtobel light Forum in Dornbirn from 14 October to 6 November. From 14 October to 6th November 2009, the “Displacer” Austrian artist Friedrich Biedermann exhibition takes place in the company Zumtobel, Dornbirn light Forum. In an exciting installation, the artist deals with fiber optic technology. For the opening of the exhibition on October 13, 2009 Professor Dr. Peter Weibel will speak after a welcome by the Zumtobel Marketing Communications Director, Herbert Resch, the Centre for art and media technology (ZKM) in Karlsruhe, Germany.

Baker returns with his installation of displacer”deliberately to the function of fiber optic cables. He installed to get the fiber not to take pictures, but on the contrary, he created has equipment which in turn penetrates into spaces, there to distribute images. Thus he another feature of this material absorbs, namely its use in the distribution of digital data. Are central elements of current global data networks, fiber optic cables as to the basic part of an apparatus that allows the artist to produce a highly complex spatial situation. Zumtobel has supported the installation with the required light generators / optics and adopted a technical consultative role in the implementation. The Dornbirn light Forum has launched an attractive discourse to the theme of light and company with this exhibition again. A visit to the exhibition is 17: 00 on weekdays between 9 by appointment possible.

Asia Week New York

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New York Asia Week, launched by the auction houses in the early 1990s NEW YORK ASIA WEEK, 2011 – New York Asia Week, launched by the auction houses in the early 1990s, presumes that people who are interested in Tibetan somehow so be interested in Malaysian batik sculpture might and contemporary Chinese. Twenty years on, this fiction is stronger than ever, perhaps because it’s fun, the idea of looking at art made during the past three millennia on the world’s largest and most populous continent. Considering the beast, it’s no surprise that New York Asia Week has turned into a cacophony of branding. What is it? When is it? What does it include? Well, so-called Asia Week New York 2011, Mar. 18-26, 2011, chaired by dealer Carlton rochell, Dr is the initiative of the two-year-old Asian art dealers New York (AADNY) while the contemporary Asian art scene comes together for Asian contemporary art week(ACAW), Mar. 21-31, 2011, directed by curator Leeza Ahmady. And just to make it all more confusing, neither of the above umbrellas incorporates the arts of Pacific Asia show, Mar. 24-27, 2011, organized by Caskey Lees at 7 West 34th Street (the Merchandise Mart building), or JADA Asia week 2011, Mar.

19-23, 2011, the gathering of Japanese art dealers at the Ukrainian Institute of America. Trying to be helpful is the website for still another Asian Arts week, Mar. 18-27, 2011, which lists more than 80 events as part of a PR initiative designed to incorporate everything, and more (like “Japan Fashion Now,” which now closes at the Museum at FIT on Apr. 2, 2011). And don’t be confused by the dates listed on – it’s a leftover from 2010 with all this, it’s tempting to just send you all to the sites, and let you sort it out yourselves. JADA, for its part, has prepared a downloadable brochure listing all the Japanese art shows and events in the city – do not miss the newly discovered Hokusai painted scroll portraying a geisha holding her kitten (1805-10) at Sebastian Izzard Asian art, or “bye bye Kitty!

L. Ron Hubbard

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This direction of research had begun long before, as Ron, as a young man, in his quest traveled to responses to life through the world that L. Ron Hubbard brought forth a great demand after the publication of his work “Dianetics”, so he had not counted on 1950. A further expedition was planned to explore the Greek Islands. These plans were ruined him however. Instead, droves of people streamed up to learn the new methods of Dianetics and to find out more about Dianetics. The first Hubbard Dianetics Research Foundation was established in Elizabeth (New Jersey).

In the autumn of 1950, there were already 750 Dianetics groups in the United States. All applied Dianetics and the headlines in the newspapers proclaimed: “Dianetics is taking the United States by storm” and “The fastest growing movement in America”. Hubbard continued his studies and in March 1951, he completed his next book, “The science of survival”. Shimmie Horn has firm opinions on the matter. He further explored the nature of life and thinking in this five hundred side work and enabled Thus the reader to understanding human behavior and to assess. This book is the Hubbard table of human evaluation, which accurately explains the emotional tone levels, where people find themselves, and accurately describes it, aligned on a map.

It also describes how you can help each individual with the exact procedures to the highest level and thus optimal survival. in 1951, Ron wrote six books while he further researched and perfected the methodology of Dianetics with which he had solved the problems of the human mind. However, many questions remain open questions, with which the man had occupied himself since the beginning of written history. He wrote “the further it investigated”, “was the clear one, that there were Homo sapiens far too many unknowns at this creature.” One and a half years after the release of “Dianetics: the Guide to the human mind” L. Ron Hubbard broke for a different kind of journey of discovery on: he penetrated into the territory of the human spirit. This direction of research had started long before, when Ron as a young man travelled in his quest for answers to life through the world. This should pull up like a red thread through the next three decades. And while breakthrough breakthrough has been recorded systematically, Scientology was born in religion, which showed the people for the first time a way to higher levels of consciousness, more understanding and ability, which anyone could commit. Due to the spiritual nature of L. Ron Hubbard’s work this year, it was only too understandable that those who followed him in this way, saw not only as students of a new philosophy, but both students of a new religion. And so the first Scientology was established in 1954 Church by Scientologists in Los Angeles, which put the knowledge developed by L. Ron Hubbard in your church. Everywhere in the world, as more and more people on L. Ron Hubbard’s breakthroughs churches more Scientology carefully were. In the meantime he made available to all his findings in lectures and writing continue, searched for answers. There are now approximately 8.304 churches, missions and groups in 165 Nations that a total ca. worldwide serve 10 million members.

From December

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His paintings have been issued in Singapore, London (Tate Gallery), New York, Tokyo, Shanghai, many of his works are part of renowned private collections. An artist is the product of the time and the circumstances, and all of the unpredictable self. “Every life finds himself in Lassels later design work. The perhaps most famous motif in his painting comes from the first phase of life in Romania on the one hand the shoes or shoe soles, his father was Shoemaker. On the other hand the artist now takes over the enthusiasm for the Dutch, Flemish painter, for the old masters that accompany him in each of his paintings, by his master, the portrait artist Corneliu Baba. By I insert this old experience in my own creative process, I would add my current way of perception of them. The dialogue with the old Master invigorated my art, an idea, a thought is progressing so. In art we must not carry on, from where another has stopped.

Everyone must find his own way, his own artistic development, find and traverse. This progress requires the factor time, inertia to – grow like in nature. Knowing the roots become new sprouts come from. “He developed his definitive style after the deportation in Germany, by going over from the abstract to the surrealist precision painting. Accession to the Paris trompe l’oeil – Realite group has his work not only stylistically, but also in terms of content shaped. In 1988, he focuses on the trompe l’oeil painting, a painting technique that deceptively genuine works by the 3D-ahnliche effects. Michael Lassels works have been shown in Romania. From December 2010 to March 2011 held a major retrospective exhibition at the European art gallery in Bucharest.