Tuesday, August 25, 2015

Tuesday links: Korean art, Marsden Hartley, naughty French & SF artists fight back

Korea, Korean, Joseon dynasty (1392-1910), late 19th century
Paintings. Panel, ink and color on cotton

Geurim - dervied from the verb Geurida - is the pure Korean term meaning to draw or paint. This indgenous Korean language word suggests not only the action of physically making art but also imagination and a more philosophical notion related to the conception and creation of an artwork.


Portrait of a German Officer, 1914, Metropolitan Museum of Art
David Salle on Marsden Hartley

Oh la la..The naughty side of the French: http://wtfarthistory.com/post/127522667081/thegetty-bare-bottoms-and-bathroom-humor-in

A Berkeley woman has recovered a treasured family painting, stolen from her home in January, with the help of a website designed to get stolen goods back into the hands of their rightful owners.


New Gallery in Union Square: http://www.sfweekly.com/sanfrancisco/union-square-art-art-galleries-swampy-ashley-chandran-chandran-gallery/Content?oid=3931556

Not dead yet - SF’s creative spaces fight back : http://www.sfweekly.com/sanfrancisco/sf-venues-sf-art-music-venues-sf/Content?oid=3931576

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