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From the Hammer Museum:
Charles Gaines. Numbers & Trees VI, Landscape, #4, 1989. Acrylic sheet, acrylic paint, watercolor, silkscreen, photograph. 46 5/8 x 38 5/8 in. (118.4 x 98.1 cm). Hammer Museum, Los Angeles. Purchase.
L.A.-based artist Charles Gaines works with various mediums, including photography, drawing, text, and video, relying on existing and invented systems to generate his works. Numbers & Trees VI, Landscape, #4 (1989) is part of a body of work in which Gaines transformed photographic images within a series of prescribed operations. For Manifestos (2008), Gaines wrote musical scores based on the manifestos of four revolutionary groups, including the Black Panther Party. Comprising five musical scores, four large drawings, and a video installation, the epic work is a meditation on social idealism.

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From the Hammer Museum:

Charles Gaines. Numbers & Trees VI, Landscape, #4, 1989. Acrylic sheet, acrylic paint, watercolor, silkscreen, photograph. 46 5/8 x 38 5/8 in. (118.4 x 98.1 cm). Hammer Museum, Los Angeles. Purchase.

L.A.-based artist Charles Gaines works with various mediums, including photography, drawing, text, and video, relying on existing and invented systems to generate his works. Numbers & Trees VI, Landscape, #4 (1989) is part of a body of work in which Gaines transformed photographic images within a series of prescribed operations. For Manifestos (2008), Gaines wrote musical scores based on the manifestos of four revolutionary groups, including the Black Panther Party. Comprising five musical scores, four large drawings, and a video installation, the epic work is a meditation on social idealism.

Today we’re de-installing our Spring 2014 Exhibitions. 👋 (at Studio Museum in Harlem)

Today we’re de-installing our Spring 2014 Exhibitions. 👋 (at Studio Museum in Harlem)

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Jacolby Satterwhite has been making moves from MoCADA’s 2011 PIXELATING: Black in New Dimensions to the 2014 Whitney Biennial and the Sundance Film Festival.

Satterwhite uses video, performance, 3D animation, fibers, drawing and printmaking that explore themes of memory, desire, and personal and public mythology.

Make your way to The Studio Museum in Harlem’s When the Stars Begin to Fall: Imagination and the American South, where Satterwhite and his mom’s (Patricia Satterwhite) work is currently on view, along with 34 other artists. The exhibition closes this Sunday - See it today or for free at Studio Museum’s Target Free Sundays!

mocada-museum:

Passage, 2013
Unique c-print (from video still)
43 x 30 inches
109.2 x 76.2 cm

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Infinity, 2013
C-print (from video still)
53 x 30 inches
134.6 x 76.2 cm
Edition of 3 plus 2 AP

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Transit, 2013
C-print (from video still)
53 x 30 inches
134.6 x 76.2 cm

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Uptown Fridays!

Friday, June 27, 7–10pm
Friday, July 25, 7–10pm
Friday, August 8, 7–10pm
Friday, August 22, 7–10pm

Groove with us at Uptown Fridays! at The Studio Museum in Harlem! With a variety of vibrant events this series transforms the Museum into a center of social activity in Harlem. Groove to the sounds of Libation’s DJ Ian Friday with Manchildblack and Afro Mosaic Soul. Enjoy signature cocktails and drink specials. Throughout the course of the evening we will provide opportunities to explore our current exhibitions during free guided tours, dance to great music in the Studio Museum’s courtyard, and browse incredible books, jewelry, t-shirts and gifts in the Museum Store. Bring a friend or come solo and make a few during a festive evening of art and culture!

On the occasion of the first Uptown Fridays! of the season and the closing of our Spring 2014 exhibitions there will be two guided tours in our galleries:
7:30 PM: Tour of When the Stars Begin to Fall: Imagination and the American South with Assistant Curator Thomas J. Lax
8:15 PM: Tour of Draped Down with recent Curatorial Fellow Monique Long

We are pleased to be premiering, on a continuous loop, The Studio Museum in Harlem’s community engagement video from 7:00 PM to 9:00 PM in the Museum’s Theatre.

This short video was produced with Lord Cultural Resources to present a select number of responses taken from conversations with the Museum’s diverse audiences locally, nationally and internationally. The total running time is approximately four minutes. 

Uptown Fridays! is Free with Museum Admission and open to the public!

Admission Suggested donation: Adults $7.00
Seniors and students (with valid id) $3.00
Free for members and children under 12

(Source: facebook.com)

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#inHarlem: We ❤️ our neighbors! (at Harlem Library, New York Public Library)

#inHarlem: We ❤️ our neighbors! (at Harlem Library, New York Public Library)

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manpodcast:

This week’s Modern Art Notes Podcast features artist Deborah Grant and J. Paul Getty Museum curator Scott Allan.  

Grant makes paintings deeply rooted in art history, but takes as a significant goal the adding of new names and bodies of work to the roster of artists we know. Her work mixes folk traditions, the work of famous artists and our cultural history to build narratives that use our past to address our present. Her work is included in "When the Stars Begin to Fall; Imagination and the American South," a group show at the Studio Museum in Harlem that was curated by Thomas J. Lax. The show is open through this weekend and then travels to the NSU Museum of Art Fort Lauderdale in August. Earlier this year The Drawing Center exhibited "Deborah Grant: Christ You Know it Ain’t Easy!!", which was curated by Claire Gilman. 

The image at top is of Grant’s The Birth of a Genius in a Midnight Sun (2012), which is in the Studio Museum show. A detail is below it.

Next, Allan, the curator of "The Scandalous Art of James Ensor," at the J. Paul Getty Museum. It will be on view through September 7. The show focuses on Ensor’s wild, groundbreaking work of the 1880s and 1890s, and places the artist’s two greatest works in the context of Ensor’s larger project. The Getty’s own Christ’s Entry into Brussels in 1889 is famous and well-known, but the exhibition also includes Ensor’s 1887 The Temptation of St. Anthony, a mammoth drawing never before exhibited in the United States. It’s in the collection of the Art Institute of Chicago, to which this exhibition will travel after it’s in LA. 

The Modern Art Notes Podcast is an independent production of Modern Art Notes Media. The program is edited by Wilson Butterworth. The MAN Podcast is released under this Creative Commons license. 

How to listen to this week’s show: Listen to or download this week’s program on SoundCloud, via direct-link mp3, or subscribe to The MAN Podcast (for free) at:

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Deborah Grant, James Ensor

manpodcast:

This week’s Modern Art Notes Podcast features artist Deborah Grant and J. Paul Getty Museum curator Scott Allan.  

Grant makes paintings deeply rooted in art history, but takes as a significant goal the adding of new names and bodies of work to the roster of artists we know. Her work mixes folk traditions, the work of famous artists and our cultural history to build narratives that use our past to address our present. Her work is included in "When the Stars Begin to Fall; Imagination and the American South," a group show at the Studio Museum in Harlem that was curated by Thomas J. Lax. The show is open through this weekend and then travels to the NSU Museum of Art Fort Lauderdale in August. Earlier this year The Drawing Center exhibited "Deborah Grant: Christ You Know it Ain’t Easy!!", which was curated by Claire Gilman. 

Next, Allan, the curator of "The Scandalous Art of James Ensor," at the J. Paul Getty Museum. It will be on view through September 7. The show focuses on Ensor’s wild, groundbreaking work of the 1880s and 1890s, and places the artist’s two greatest works in the context of Ensor’s larger project. The Getty’s own Christ’s Entry into Brussels in 1889 is famous and well-known, but the exhibition also includes Ensor’s 1887 The Temptation of St. Anthony, a mammoth drawing never before exhibited in the United States. It’s in the collection of the Art Institute of Chicago, to which this exhibition will travel after it’s in LA. 

The Modern Art Notes Podcast is an independent production of Modern Art Notes Media. The program is edited by Wilson Butterworth. The MAN Podcast is released under this Creative Commons license. 

How to listen to this week’s show: Listen to or download this week’s program above, on SoundCloud, via direct-link mp3, or subscribe to The MAN Podcast (for free) at:

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