2nd Slice Teaser: The Bel Ami International Art Competition AKA The Great Surrealist Paint Off
Art Slice | A Palatable Serving of Art History
by Stephanie Dueñas & Russell Shoemaker / Art Slice
1M ago
What do you call it when a second serving of Art History is larger than your first serving??? We dig into the 1940’s - where Surrealism is having its day in Hollywood… ultimately leading to a painting competition between Ivan Albright, Eugene Berman, Leonora Carrington, Salvador Dali, Paul Delvaux, Max Ernst, Leonor Fini (sort of), Osvaldo Louis Guglielmi, Horace Pippin, Abraham Rattner, Stanley Spencer, and Dorothea Tanning…to be featured in full on technicolor in the film The Private Affairs of Bel Ami.    And there are rules… they must create THEIR version of The Temptation of Sa ..read more
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Cobalt Blue w/ Isabella Segalovich - Art Slice Museum Laboratories Division of Color Theory & Color Studies
Art Slice | A Palatable Serving of Art History
by Stephanie Dueñas & Russell Shoemaker / Art Slice
2M ago
For its fifth installment, the Art Slice Museum Laboratories Division of Color Theory and Color Studies (finally) presents a true primary color. . . COBALT BLUE with guest Isabella Segalovich @interstellar_isabellar on TikTok and Instagram - Professor of Interior Design at Kean University and member of the New York Crit Club faculty. She is also a writer, teacher, and content creator who educates on the intersections of art, design, and politics and regular contributor to Hyperallergic.  Support us on Patreon here and/or grab some merch: https://www.artslicepod.com/shop Join us ..read more
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Black - Art Slice Museum Laboratories Division of Color Theory and Color Studies
Art Slice | A Palatable Serving of Art History
by Stephanie Dueñas & Russell Shoemaker / Art Slice
4M ago
For its fourth installment, the Art Slice Museum Laboratories Division of Color (not a color) Theory and Color Studies presents . . . BLACK. Join us as we discuss a brief history of the color BLACK beginning with how scientifically, it’s ‘a color not a color’ then onto the pigments and its utilization by artists since prehistoric times, through the Renaissance, Post-Impressionism until today which includes some artist feuds involving the blackest man-made pigment ever*. And lastly, we also dig into our associations with BLACK - which ranged from infiniteness, dominatrixes, faded black clo ..read more
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2nd Slice Teaser - Dorothea Tanning's Prismatic Works
Art Slice | A Palatable Serving of Art History
by Stephanie Dueñas & Russell Shoemaker / Art Slice
5M ago
In this Second Slice of Art History, we dig into the lesser known Dorothea Tanning work - her prismatic or insomnia works from the 1950s. To get access to this episode and support Art Slice, head on over to: www.patreon.com/artslicepod MUSIC: Scanglobe - Undulation (Remix)  We are just gonna say it: August...absolutely... kicked our butts. It’s like when you're creating something, it doesn't quite turn out how you want it to - like that painting in the studio that you just can't look at anymore because you've struggled so much with it - you just have to put it away for a while and come ..read more
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2nd Slice Teaser - Wassily Kandinsky - Comet / Night Rider (1900)
Art Slice | A Palatable Serving of Art History
by Stephanie Dueñas & Russell Shoemaker / Art Slice
6M ago
In this Second Slice of Art History, we dig into a very early work of Wassily Kandinsky’s ‘Comet (aka Night Rider)’ from 1910, and discuss how it bookends (burger buns) his late period work perfectly. We also, share some of OUR earliest work… you can support this show, get access to this episode and other bonus material all at: www.patreon.com/artslicepod Buon Appetito!  Advertising Inquiries: https://redcircle.com/brands ..read more
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2nd Slice Teaser - Comet / Night Rider - Wassily Kandinsky from 1900
Art Slice | A Palatable Serving of Art History
by Stephanie Dueñas & Russell Shoemaker / Art Slice
6M ago
In this Second Slice of Art History, we dig into a very early work of Wassily Kandinsky’s ‘Comet (aka Night Rider)’ from 1910, and discuss how it bookends (burger buns) his late period work perfectly. We also, share some of OUR earliest work… you can support this show, get access to this episode and other bonus material all at: www.patreon.com/artslicepod Buon Appetito!  Advertising Inquiries: https://redcircle.com/brands ..read more
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Fluorescent Yellow - Art Slice Museum Laboratories Division of Color Theory and Color Studies
Art Slice | A Palatable Serving of Art History
by Stephanie Dueñas & Russell Shoemaker / Art Slice
6M ago
For its third installment, the Art Slice Museum Laboratories Division of Color Theory and Color Studies presents . . . FLUORESCENT YELLOW. Join us as we discuss FLUORESCENT YELLOW’s history that all started in a DayGlo lab and its far reaching effect on everything from military warfare, fashion, subversive pop culture, music and art history. We also dig into our associations - which ranged from danger/caution, eeriness, youth, and nightlife - with FLUORESCENT YELLOW through data compiled by the Art Slice Pantrémon from clinical participants.  ✿ ✿ ✿ ✿ ✿ ✿ ✿ ✿ ✿ FILL OUT THE LATEST COLOR SU ..read more
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22: Hilma af Klint Our Lady of Allegorical Diagrams - Group IX / The Swan 1914-15
Art Slice | A Palatable Serving of Art History
by Stephanie Dueñas & Russell Shoemaker / Art Slice
6M ago
We are back (!) and in this episode, we pick up where we left off in Episode 14 to discuss Hilma's life between 1908-1915. We dismantle the misconstrued studio visit with Rudolf Steiner that paints him as a ruthless, dream-crushing villain. We unpack what abstraction is and what it's used for: what might have she thought of Wassily Kandinsky's work at the Baltic Exhibition? ...and of course - The Swan - an allegorical diagrammatic, symbol loaded, interplainensional matryoshka doll, gender bending epic - told through 24 SEQUENTIAL paintings... The awesome, mind-bending complexities of the serie ..read more
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Magenta - Art Slice Museum Laboratories Division of Color Theory & Color Studies
Art Slice | A Palatable Serving of Art History
by Stephanie Dueñas & Russell Shoemaker / Art Slice
6M ago
In its second episode, the Art Slice Museum Laboratories Division of Color Theory and Color Studies presents . . . MAGENTA. Join us as we discuss MAGENTA’S history involving flowery military uniforms, CMKY, cease and desist letters, and Charles Burchfield. We also get into the weeds regarding our associations with MAGENTA through data compiled by the Art Slice Pantrémon from clinical participants.   Pick up some honest to god amazing coffee from Mother Tongue! Use the offer code ARTSLICE at checkout for 15% off - https://mothertongue.coffee/   Support us on Patreon here and/or grab s ..read more
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2nd Slice Teaser - Memorial to Maria Raggi - Gian Lorenzo Bernini
Art Slice | A Palatable Serving of Art History
by Stephanie Dueñas & Russell Shoemaker / Art Slice
6M ago
In this Second Slice of Art History, things get kind of wild as we try new mics and new drinks as well as discuss Bernini’s trippy work that is Memorial of Maria Raggi from 1647-1653 made of marble and bronze!  www.patreon.com/artslicepod Buon Appetito!  Advertising Inquiries: https://redcircle.com/brands ..read more
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