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  • Master Shen-Long, Taiji

    Time, Space, Infinity: An Evening with Zen Master and Artist Master Shen-Long @ The Loyola University Museum of Art

      Time, Space, Infinity:  An Evening with Zen Master and Artist Master Shen-Long Presented by The Loyola University Museum of Art in partnership with Art Founders.   Where: Loyola University Museum of Art (LUMA) 820 N. Michigan Avenue (across from the Historic Water Tower) Chicago, IL 60611   Lecture from 6:00-7:00 PM Light refreshments will […]

  • Master Shen-Long.  Photograph is courtesy of the artist © Master Shen-Long

    A Conversation with Master Shen-Long @ the School of the Art Institute of Chicago

    A Conversation with Master Shen-Long at the School of the Art Institute of Chicago October 28, 2013 6-8PM Sharp Building, Room 327 37 S. Wabash Avenue Chicago, IL   Art Founders is pleased to announce that AF Distinguished Artist Master Shen-Long (Master Sheng-Yao; zi 字 or courtesy name: Xiaoyao 逍遙), a Zen Buddhist master and […]

  • Roberto Cuoghi, Belinda, 2013. Photograph is courtesy of the author, all works © the artists.

    The Encyclopedic Palace, 55th Venice Biennale

    The Encyclopedic Palace 55th Venice Biennale Central Pavilion and Arsenale June 1 – November 24, 2013 Massimiliano Gioni, curator     The encyclopedic impulse was a dream of knowledge and collection. An obsessive reverie of gathering and classifying that rejoiced on a sense of knowledge that, as Aristotle said, began with wonder. Side-stepping into the margins […]

  • Judith Kruger, Inland-Outland: Mapping Mountains 2, 2013,obsidian, vermillion, iron oxide, malachite, indigo, oyster shell, ochre, sumi, silver leaf on canvas, 42 x 58 inches © Judith Kruger

    Artist Interview: Judith Kruger

    Judith Kruger is an American abstract painter whose work focuses on the Human-Environment connection. She manipulates globally sourced natural matter “as paint”. Her contemporary practice re-contextualizes the ancient processes of Nihonga, traditional Japanese mineral pigment painting (Nihon translates as Japan, and ga as painting, literally “Japanese-style paintings”). She received her BFA from Syracuse University and […]

  • Plural

    Plural Awarded NEA Research Grant

    Art Founders is a proud supporter and contributing sponsor of Plural, a study of the characteristics, needs, and support systems of ethnically and culturally specific organizations in the U.S. and Canada, which has just been awarded an NEA Research Grant!   Plural is a collaborative research project that examines the situation of culturally specific arts organizations in the […]

  • © Chen Xiaowei

    Above + Below The Clouds: Chen Xiaowei

      The work of Boston-based Chinese artist Chen Xiaowei 陳篠薇 (b. 1978) encompasses a wide range of media, including video, painting and drawings on paper.  Through her work, she explores and expresses the intersections between the natural environment, natural disasters and human emotion.     Above + Below The Clouds 雲上雲下, a solo exhibition of […]

  • Christopher D. M. Atkins, The Signature Style of Frans Hals:  Painting, Subjectivity, and the Market in Early Modernity (Amsterdam University Press, 2012).

    Interview with Christopher D. M. Atkins, Philadelphia Museum of Art

    Interview with Christopher D. M. Atkins, Associate Curator of European Painting and Sculpture at the Philadelphia Museum of Art, and author of The Signature Style of Frans Hals: Painting, Subjectivity, and the Market in Early Modernity (Amsterdam University Press, 2012).   Javier Berzal: What attracted you to Frans Hals [1580-1666] in the first place? Christopher […]

  • Detroit and Chicago artists meeting and presenting their work to each other at Chicago Artists' Coalition

    EXCHANGE: Chicago and Detroit

      Chicago Artists’ Coalition (CAC), in partnership with Power House Productions in Detroit, is pleased to present EXCHANGE, two group exhibitions that culminated from a Midwest Artist Exchange initiative in the two cities. In March 2012, artists from CAC’s BOLT Residency program traveled to Detroit to visit artist studios, artist-run spaces and galleries with a […]

  • Gian Lorenzo Bernini (Italian, Naples 1598-1680 Rome), Model for the Lion on the Four Rivers Fountain, ca. 1649-50.  Terracotta.  125/8 x 23¼ x 12 5/8 in. (32 x 59 x 32 cm)  Accademia Nazionale di San Luca, Rome.  Photo by Zeno Colantoni, Rome [LEONE ©ZC-041]

    Bernini’s Models: Displaying Process in the Metropolitan Museum of Art

    Bernini: Sculpting in Clay Metropolitan Museum of Art: October 3 – January 6, 2013 Also: Kimbell Art Museum: February 3 – April 14, 2013 Curated by Ian Wardropper, Anthony Sigel, and C.D. Dickerson, with Paola D’Agostino     There is a Gian Lorenzo Bernini (1598-1680) that is pervasively known: the baroque artist that created dynamic […]

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Roberto Cuoghi, Belinda, 2013. Photograph is courtesy of the author, all works © the artists.

The Encyclopedic Palace, 55th Venice Biennale

The Encyclopedic Palace 55th Venice Biennale Central Pavilion and Arsenale June 1 – November 24, 2013 Massimiliano Gioni, curator     The encyclopedic impulse was a dream of knowledge and collection. An obsessive reverie of gathering and classifying that rejoiced on a sense of knowledge that, as Aristotle said, began with wonder. Side-stepping into the margins […]

Judith Kruger, Inland-Outland: Mapping Mountains 2, 2013,obsidian, vermillion, iron oxide, malachite, indigo, oyster shell, ochre, sumi, silver leaf on canvas, 42 x 58 inches © Judith Kruger

Artist Interview: Judith Kruger

Judith Kruger is an American abstract painter whose work focuses on the Human-Environment connection. She manipulates globally sourced natural matter “as paint”. Her contemporary practice re-contextualizes the ancient processes of Nihonga, traditional Japanese mineral pigment painting (Nihon translates as Japan, and ga as painting, literally “Japanese-style paintings”). She received her BFA from Syracuse University and […]

© Chen Xiaowei

Above + Below The Clouds: Chen Xiaowei

  The work of Boston-based Chinese artist Chen Xiaowei 陳篠薇 (b. 1978) encompasses a wide range of media, including video, painting and drawings on paper.  Through her work, she explores and expresses the intersections between the natural environment, natural disasters and human emotion.     Above + Below The Clouds 雲上雲下, a solo exhibition of […]

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