20 août 2023

Springfield Art Museum welcomes traveling international group exhibition 'Tradition Interrupted'

Mounir Fatmi, Maximum Sensation, 2016, Skateboards, prayer rugs, approximately 90" H x 192" L x 12" D. SPRINGFIELD, MO.- The Springfield Art Museum is pleased to present Tradition Interrupted, is now open in the Eldredge, Spratlen, and Armstrong Galleries. Tradition Interrupted is an international group exhibition that explores the methods used by artists to conflate contemporary ideas with traditional art and craft in a range of media, from rugs and mosaics to metalwork and ceramics. The twelve featured artists... [Lire la suite]

22 août 2022

Conversing in Clay: Ceramics from the LACMA Collection

Unknown, Jar with Dragon and Clouds, Korea, 1700–1800, Los Angeles County Museum of Art, purchased with Museum Funds, photo © Museum Associates/LACMA Los Angeles - One of the earliest and best-preserved areas of artistic production across the globe, ceramics remain a vital field of expression and experimentation into the present. Conversing in Clay: Ceramics from the LACMA Collection explores the medium through 14 case studies, placing historical works in visual dialogue with contemporary examples to illuminate... [Lire la suite]
27 janvier 2022

Around the World in Blue and White: Selections from the William C. Weese Collection of Chinese Ceramics at Michigan

ANN ARBOR, MICH.- The technology and taste for blue and white porcelain originated in China in the fourteenth century, and quickly set off a worldwide craze that lasted five hundred years. Installed across four different galleries at UMMA, this exhibition explores that history and tracks the influence of blue and white ceramics across the globe. First commissioned by Muslim merchants living in China, blue and white porcelain found its way to Southeast and East Asia, the Middle East, the eastern coast of the African... [Lire la suite]
18 mai 2021

Rago Design auctions bring in $10 million and set new auction record for Tiffany

Lot 273. Tiffany Studios, Important Dandelion Lamp from the 1900 Paris Exposition, USA, 1900, hand-blown Favrile glass, hammered and patinated copper, 29½ h × 11½ dia in, 75 × 29 cm, estimate: $50,000–75,000, result: $3,745,000, new world record. Courtesy Rago. LAMBERTVILLE, NJ.- With a total of $10 million, more than double the high estimate, and a 89% sell-through rate, Rago’s Early 20th Century Design and Modern Design auctions illustrate the continued strength of the design... [Lire la suite]
07 juin 2014

Steven Young Lee

Steven Young Lee, "Blue Cup Panel" 2013, porcelain with cobalt. Copyright Ferrin Contemporary 2013 Steven Young Lee, "White Cup Panel" 2013, porcelain, 46 x 50 x 4". Copyright Ferrin Contemporary 2013 Steven Young Lee, "Red Cup Panel" 2013, porcelain, 46 x 50 x 4". Copyright Ferrin Contemporary 2013
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