TAGGED ► New Boris Lurie Art Foundation Center +++ Questions to BLAF
MOST OF ARTISTS had been finally silenced having beaten their heads bloody against hard stone walls, had ceased working publicly or had died, or continue struggling in the arts, or have switched to other pursuits. Yet someplace else in same and other media, the planted NO!art seed had continued growing and multiplying by the hundreds in the four corners of the world. ---Boris Lurie & Dietmar Kirves.
FRANZISKA BECHER | NEW INVOLVED NO!art FIGHTER: Concept artist. Her versatile, creative working methods, which are unable to be summed up in one concrete style or topic, make her pieces something very much individual. Her work is characterised by the combination of traditional values, identities and fortunes. Her ability to recognise tendencies in our society in everyday, personal dealings with one another is typical of Franziska Becher as human and artist. The question of identity, of whence and whither, is engaged by humans constantly and everywhere in the entire world. ►more
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Mathilda Wolf's NEW WORKS: My pictures are already within me and they push me to let them out. But when I long for the possibility to paint without difficulties and conflicts it is good to remember that oaks grow strong in contrary winds and diamonds are made under pressure. Then I become fascinated in following the dynamics and impulses of my pictures, their forms and colours and their fantastic imagination. They materialize according to their own rules. The most important thing I have to do is accepting these rules and not try to control or to interrupt the creative process or to destroy the balance by self-willed, obstinate actions. Eventually I will be looking at the picture saying: »Welcome to this world« with gratitudeto the metaphysical NO!art metamorphosis. ►more
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NEW BORIS LURIE ART FOUNDATION CENTER
BLAF now at SRI Fine Art Services, Clifton/NJ | Inside view
The Boris Lurie Art Foundation is excited to unveil its state-of-the-art 4,000 square foot space in Clifton, NJ. Award winning architect Julian von der Schulenburg has created a versatile space inspired by the industrial shell of the warehouse-like building. Incorporated into the design is a gallery space where the Foundation can host curators to view the over 3,000 works in its collection. In addition to the viewing area, ample space is provided for open art storage, restoration facilities, an archive room, and a research library.
QUESTIONS TO THE BORIS LURIE ART FOUNDATION:
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