BONUS: Talking Butts from Art History with Museum Bums
Art Slice | A Palatable Serving of Art History
by Stephanie Dueñas & Russell Shoemaker / Art Slice
1M ago
Jack Shoulder and Mark Small of Museum Bums fame take us on a curvy tour of Art Historical Gluteal Clefts! If you’d rather watch - you can do so here: https://youtu.be/1mCpKG4nuoU Topics include counting museum rumps, apotropaic blessings from Goddesses heinies, Kappa Yokai looking for soul spheres in your rear… We’re all still stumped about what was up with Hieronymus Bosch’s… erhm… interest in butts.   And of course, the coded queerness hiding just between the cheeks of artists like Michelangelo and Henry Scott Tuke.  For your daily dose of bum - follow @museumbums on soc ..read more
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BONUS: Patinated Purple Copper with Ben Miller from Curious Objects
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by Stephanie Dueñas & Russell Shoemaker / Art Slice
2M ago
In this Purple Bonus episode, we break down some weird decorative object history with Ben Miller from Curious Object podcast. We get into a Japanese inspired Tiffany and Co. Chocolate Pot from 1876 made of mixed materials including ivory and silver featuring cabbage leaf and lobster motifs. If you’d like to watch instead of listen, you can do so here: https://youtu.be/Cd0qffwnEXE Support us on Patreon https://www.patreon.com/artslicepod and/or grab some merch: https://www.artslicepod.com/shop Join us as we discuss maces? molinets? antique forgeries, nebulous grape-colored cop ..read more
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Purple w/ Caldwell Tanner - Art Slice Museum Laboratories Division of Color Theory & Color Studies
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by Stephanie Dueñas & Russell Shoemaker / Art Slice
3M ago
Want to watch instead of listen? Do so here: https://youtu.be/Qw4YLLwleD0 For its SEVENTH installment, the Art Slice Museum Laboratories Division of Color Theory and Color Studies brings you the extra-spectral, enigmatic (and sometimes controversial) PURPLE - and we have artist, illustrator, animator and (duncle) Caldwell Tanner of Not Another DnD Podcast (NaddPod), Drawfee, Big City Greens - on deck to help sort it out. Is it actually violet? Or have color manufacturers fudged the visuals? Or is purple hidden in plain sight, filling in the voids of our imaginations and our physical world ..read more
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BONUS: Among Equals - The Indigenous Group of Seven
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by Stephanie Dueñas & Russell Shoemaker / Art Slice
5M ago
We are so excited to share a new series from our Canadian podcast friends Once Upon a Time in Hollywood North A series about a group of artists known as the Professional Native Indian Artists Incorporation (PNIAI) or as they were dubbed by the press: the Indigenous Group of Seven. This was significant because the most famous Euro-Canadian painters then were known as the Group of Seven which put respect on their name - especially for Indigenous artists who were still thought of as less than their white counterparts as well as their work being seen more as anthropology than art… The PNIAI art ..read more
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Pink w/ Stuart Semple - 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
5M ago
Want to watch instead of listen? Do so here: https://youtu.be/8qKNVCNWQaA For its SIXTH installment, the Art Slice Museum Laboratories Division of Color Theory and Color Studies brings you our most controversial color so far. . . PINK (!!!)  Is this color just a light red? Or is the extra-spectral tone of our… life… energy…? We dig through the history, characteristics, and your color associations with, artist, curator, activist - and creator of the Pinkest Pink - Stuart Semple @stuartsemple  And try - TRY - to make some sense of the sorted history of Pink, from its humble algae origi ..read more
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Bonus Halloween Chat with Rumwolf
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by Stephanie Dueñas & Russell Shoemaker / Art Slice
5M ago
Today we have a lil spooky BONE-US - chat with Rumwolf - a multi-disciplinary installation artist, - his work often includes combinations of animation, film, painting, printmaking, and sculpture whose works are inspired by horror and general spookiness ~ BUT also he’s a musician and visual production specialist…as well as a Hallo-Event-Creator. We get into his non-traditional path to art making, horror as a genuine influence to art making, as well as his specially curated Halloween picks. Support us on Patreon https://www.patreon.com/artslicepod and/or grab some merch: https://www.artslice ..read more
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UNLOCKED: The Great Surrealist Paint Off
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by Stephanie Dueñas & Russell Shoemaker / Art Slice
7M ago
Listeners, we present to you… the FULLY UNLOCKED… Great Surrealist Paint Off!  Formerly a Patreon bonus episode from last December (since we are running a bit behind on our next release) We cover the 1947 International Bel Ami Surrealist Art Competition featuring famous and lesser known artists to have their work featured in a Hollywood picture. We HIGHLY recommend following along on YouTube because we cover A LOT of images in this one - it’s a wild ride: https://youtu.be/eQS9Ze7EL8w Advertising Inquiries: https://redcircle.com/brands ..read more
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25: Goya's Golden Parrot - Los Caprichos (part two) - featuring Hello, Print Friend
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by Stephanie Dueñas & Russell Shoemaker / Art Slice
8M ago
We are back (!) picking up where we left off with Francisco de Goya in PART ONE as we finally discuss Los Caprichos, but not before diving into the revelatory hidden imagery in La familia de Carlos IV, and Goya's infamous witch series: Witches' Flight, The Spell, Witches' Sabbath, The Witches' Kitchen, and The Bewitched Man / Devil's Lamp. We also address the myth that Goya went ‘crazy’ after a certain point in his life. Turns out, the answer was ‘no’ but also not that simple. Full video here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fRxVZRzDicI We will be following up our Goya episodes with a wrap u ..read more
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Bonus Interview: Matty Davis and DIE NO DIE (Arkansas)
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by Stephanie Dueñas & Russell Shoemaker / Art Slice
9M ago
We got to sit down with artist, writer & choreographer Matty Davis for our first ever in-studio interview to get all the details of Die No Die (Arkansas) including how much Arkansas history and landscape, particularly around The Momentary, inspired the work. We also discuss how he went from building treehouses and skate rails in the suburbs, to creating performance art and experimental publications. If you’re in or near-ish to NWA ~ Matty Davis’ will perform Die No Die (Arkansas) at The Momentary in Bentonville, AR for 3 nights only August 4, 5, & 6 You can pick up the Die No Die publi ..read more
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24: Goya's lil majomies - Los Caprichos (part one)
Art Slice | A Palatable Serving of Art History
by Stephanie Dueñas & Russell Shoemaker / Art Slice
1y ago
TRAVEL WITH US!!! Go to www.artslicepod.com/travel to take a quick 2 min survey and let us know WHERE do you want to go? WHAT do you want to see? WHEN would you like to go? We are officially back for Season Dos of Art Slice with Francisco Goya’s epic series of 80 prints - Los Caprichos.  Watch the full video here:  https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MZ9US22i0iE&t=2717s&ab_channel=ArtSlicePod But before diving in, we look at Goya’s early career which coincided with the rise of French imported Enlightenment ideals and the rejection of said ideals in the Majo/a street style of t ..read more
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