Episode 248 – SATURDAY, 2/12/22

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The Radical Beauty of Helen Frankenthaler’s Innovative Woodcuts

Article on Artfix Daily.

Freefall, 1993 by Helen Frankenthaler. Photograph: © 2021 Helen Frankenthaler Foundation, Inc/ ARS, NY and DACS, London/ Tyler Graphic Ltd, Mount Kisco

Claire Lindner Loop-like Satisfying Sculptures

Article by Costanza on Fubiz.

Francis Bacon’s Screaming Pope’ Embodied Postwar Anguish—Here Are 3 Surprising Facts About the Influential Painting

Article by Katie White on ArtNet News.

Francis Bacon, Head VI(1949). Arts Council Collection, London © The Estate of Francis Bacon. All rights reserved, DACS/Artimage 2022. Photo: Prudence Cuming Associates Ltd.

Harry Bertoia: Sculpting Mid-Century Modern Life

Article on Artfix Daily.

Harry Bertoia, Untitled (Sunburst), 1960. Polished bronze wire and rod, 76 x 32 x 32 in. Nancy A. Nasher and David J. Haemisegger Collection © Estate of Harry Bertoia / Artists Rights Society (ARS), New York. Photo: Kevin Todora, courtesy Nasher Sculpture Center

Picasso’s Anti-War Masterpiece ‘Guernica’ Tapestry Rehung At U.N. After Conservation, Will Be Loaned Globally

Article by Natasha Gural on Forbes.

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Episode 152 – WEDNESDAY, 1/13/21

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Smithsonian’s National Portrait Gallery Announces Virtual Programs for January and February

Article by National Portrait Gallery on Smithsonian.

fierce poise by alexander nemerov (march 23, 2021)

Fierce Poise by Alexander Nemerov (March 23) $28Photo: Publisher

Fans of Mary Gabriel’s exquisite Ninth Street Women, which tells the story of the mid-century New York City art boom from the perspective of five exceptional female painters, will rejoice over Fierce Poise, the first major biography of Helen Frankenthaler. Nemerov organizes his unconventional take into 11 distinct moments from the 1950s — the decade when Frankenthaler (barely out of college) developed her technique of staining a canvas with turpentine and pigment, married fellow artist Robert Motherwell, and worked toward her first major exhibition. Moody and textured, Fierce Poise celebrates, and mimics, Frankenthaler’s sweetly explosive paintings. —Hillary Kelly

THE MISSION TO SPOTLIGHT WOMEN ARTISTS DURING THE RENAISSANCE ERA

Article on Cool Hunting via NPR.

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caroline mason – sculpture

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