The Fort Wayne Museum of Art hosted a small exhibition of paintings by contemporary, Neo-Expressionist, American painter, Hunt Slonem. (On display until March 8, 2015.) Slonem is known for his works exploring nature, and what he describes as “exotica,” including images of butterflies and rabbits, for which he is probably best known. He began hisContinue reading “Day of the Lepus: Hunt Slonem’s ‘Magnificent Menagerie’ exhibition.”
The Wunderkammer Company hosted its two year anniversary celebration on January 10, 2015 in its 7,000 square foot art center and gallery in Fort Wayne. This is an exciting and dynamic space helping bring life back into the Oakdale Historic District on the Southwest Side of the city. If you were in the open spaceContinue reading “Excitement, Art, and Potential at the Wunderkammer Company”
I’ve been outlining what I want to do over the next couple months. Here’s a video with some of my thoughts on what I want this site to be about:
It’s been a long time, but I’m finally resurrecting this blog. Expect new content soon. Check out my teaser trailer on Facebook:
There will be more said about this later, but for now bask in the glory of Master Ai’s condemnation of the system that detained him.
Well, a while ago I posted that I was back. Then an unexpected tragedy struck my family. That’s why there hasn’t been an update since. I will have an update soon. I’ve been thinking about ugly, violent and depressing art….I won’t analyze why. I think there will need to be an entry on that soon.Continue reading “Update: Ugly Art”
Next week a new exhibition opens at the Nat. Museum of African Art. Earth Matters: Land as Material and Metaphor in the Arts of Africa April 22, 2013-January 5, 2014 It opens on Earth Day (April 22). Ecology is a theme of the show as explained by the curator in the preview video seen HERE. Continue reading “Earth Matters at the National Museum of African Art”
Wow. What a year it’s been. Everything I tried to build here will have to be rebuilt. But, I can say with confidence, ArtsUndone is back and there will be new content soon.
So I didn’t get anything up in April, that sucks, life just kinda got in the way for awhile. I’m going to be more on the ball in May. Look out for a Damien Hirst essay.
What is Aesthetic Distance? According to the Encyclopedia Britannica, it is defined, in part, as: “the frame of reference that an artist creates by the use of technical devices in and around the work of art to differentiate it psychologically from reality.” I find the implementation of devices to establish aesthetic distance by contemporary artistsContinue reading “Aesthetic Distance: Some thoughts on “Torn First Pages” from Amar Kanwar”