vrijdag, augustus 31, 2018

James Rosenquist #8


James Rosenquist, 1963. (bron: Albright-Knox Art Gallery, foto: Hollis Frampton)

> James Rosenquist

John Chamberlain #4












6 portraits of John Chamberlain, 1963. (bron: Albright-Knox Art Gallery, foto's: Hollis Frampton)

Frank Stella #13


#3 (painting Getty Tomb) from The Secret World of Frank Stella, 1958-1962. (bron: Albright-Knox Art Gallery, foto: Hollis Frampton)

Zie ook de post van 01 november 2017 (hk).

Lee Bontecou #2


Lee Bontecou, 1963. (bron: Albright-Knox Art Gallery, foto: Hollis Frampton)


Lee Bontecou in her Wooster Street studio, NYC, 1964. (bron: Beware the Bibliophilia, foto: Hans Namuth)


Lee Bontecou, 1966. (bron: Doyle, foto: Diane Arbus)


Lee Bontecou in her studio, 2003. (bron: Art in the Studio, foto: Will Brown)

donderdag, augustus 30, 2018

Lawrence Weiner #4


















Weiner Townhouse, live/work space for conceptual artist Lawrence Weiner and his wife Alice, New York, United States.

"The Greenwich Village townhouse is a 4-level home with a penthouse with green roof, designed to accommodate the life of an artist.
The front façade continues the historical street front of West 4th street while the back façade opens to the rear private yard with a much higher degree of transparency.
The front brick façade is pierced and plugged by three large bay windows, stacked vertically one for each floor above street level. The bay windows are made out of sections of stainless steel truck bodies. They stick out of the façade and house different programs at different levels.
The open stairs are repositioned across the back façade, freeing the interior spaces and organizing the mixed program vertically on simple open floors.
The live/work program is layered on alternating floors: the lower level houses the artist’s studio; the ground floor the living room and kitchen; the second floor the archive/management office; the third floor the master suite; the penthouse is used as a sun room that opens up on the planted green roof and it is topped by a trellis structure supporting photovoltaic panels for electricity. At every level, the open plan is pierced only by the vertical core that houses the elevator, bathrooms, storage, and mechanical equipment. The core is constructed as a galvanized-steel duct structure.
The house features: a green roof; photovoltaic panels; a high R-value translucent curtain-wall for the rear façade (by Kalwall), a highly efficient pre-manufactured radiant floor heating system (by Warmboard), natural rubber and wood finished floors, fluorescent and LED lighting, VOC-free paint, formaldehyde-free insulation, as well as energy-efficient appliances and mechanical/electrical equipment.
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Design: LOT-EK, Ada Tolla + Giuseppe Lignano, Principals, Haruka Saito, Project Architect"
(bron: Divisare)

vrijdag, augustus 24, 2018

Wayne Thiebaud #2












Wayne Thiebaud in his studio. Stills from the video "Studio Visit with Wayne Thiebaud". (bron video: vimeo)

T/m 28 oktober is een overzichtstentoonstelling van het werk van Wayne Thiebaud te zien in Museum Voorlinden in Wassenaar (hk).

donderdag, augustus 23, 2018