Sunday, October 28, 2012
1. Thursday, October 11, 2012, Art Opening, "How to Read a Book: an artists' books reading room," Lawton Art Gallery, UW-Green Bay. Reception, 4:30-6:30 pm, with curator's talk at 5pm. Show runs October 11 to November 1.
I had mentioned that I was creating a flip-book titled "Fabricate Your Idol."Although some references do call this type of presentation a flip book (a true flip-book is usually an animation) this mix-and-match format is more commonly referred to as a split-page book, where you turn different parts of each page to arrange various combinations of pictures and text.A split-page book split into three, with 12 spreads, yields 2666 different combinations <http://twisted-genius.squarespace.com/journal/2007/12/23/digital-dream-team.html>My split-page book, split into three, with 7 spreads, should present well over 1000 different combinations.
The night that I documented the finished book, I photographed 58 different variations and had hardly gotten started.
This exhibition will include the newest collaborative painting by Norbert H. Kox and William Thomas Thompson. Title, "Apocalypse," 2012, acrylic on canvas, 8.5-ft x 12-ft. If you saw the "Babylon 2012," exhibition at Lawton Gallery, UW-Green Bay, July 27, 2012, you saw the under-painting of "Apocalypse" in-progress. Come to This is the End My Friend... and see the finished work! Believe me this is something you do not want to miss.Crossman Gallery, UW-Whitewater: October 17 – November 17, 2012. Opening reception: October 17 from 5-7 pm
Over the past few years, many have pointed to the supposed end of the world as seen in the Maya calendar that seems to show an end point of December 21, 2012. This exhibit, scheduled to take place before that end, will look at both historic and contemporary artists who have illustrated The End. We are fortunate to have in our Permanent Collection a number of works created in Post World War I Germany. Internationally renowned collectors Marvin and Janet Fishman donated the items and the work demonstrates the depth of the devastation that took place in Germany following the end of the Great War. This group of drawings and prints by George Grosz, Rudolf Schlichter and Wilhelm Höpfner depict macabre scenes reflecting the post war chaos and destruction of lives and property. In work by more contemporary artists we will see evidence of another round of anxiety brought on by fears of global conflicts and economic collapse.
The exhibit will include examples from the Permanent Collection, and special loans from artists and collectors. Proposed artists include John Balsley, Tom Berenz, Eugene Von Bruenchenhein, Warrington Colescott, Jeffrey Bogartte, Karl Jahnke, Maxim Kantor, Käthe Kollwitz, Norbert Kox and William Thompson, Richard Notkin, Jean-Pierre Roy and James Stephens. Other artists are also under consideration.
Opening reception date: October 17 from 5-7 pm
Dates of start and finish of show: October 17 – November 17
Crossman Gallery, 950 West Main Street, Whitewater, WI 53190http://blogs.uww.edu/crossman/ This blog functions as our web site and will have more details about the exhibit.
Sacred Machine is pleased to announce the 3rd Annual Santa Muerte Music & Arts Festival, which features the strange and beautiful artwork of 27 world-renowned artists and 18 musical performances, most of which are all-ages and free to the public. Join us for the Opening Celebration on Sept 7th from 7PM-midnight and join Blind Divine and friends on Sept 8th for a rare live performance at Sacred Machine. You may view the music calendar and artwork online at www.SacredMachine.com.ART EXHIBITION - September 7 - November 4
The Finest World Renowned Artists come together to celebrate the unique spirit of the Southwest and its mysterious traditions.
Daniel Martin Diaz (Tucson) Joe Sorren (New York) Craig LaRotonda (Buffalo) Norbert H. Kox (Wisconsin) Robert Palacios (Los Angeles) Paul Barnes (Scotland, UK) Michael Page (San Francisco) Jennybird Alcantara (San Francisco) Derek Nobbs (North Pole, AK) Jasmine Worth (San Diego) Matthew Couper (New Zealand) Elizabeth Frank (Tucson) Robert Steven Connett (Los Angeles) Brian Despain (Michigan) Raudiel Sañudo (Mexico) Joel Nakamura (Santa Fe) Jon MacNair (Michigan) Bryan Cunningham (Los Angeles) Marie Sena (Albuquerque) E. Michael Contreras (Tucson) Chris Rush (Tucson) P-Jay Fidler (Los Angeles) Charlie Immer (Maryland) Nick Georgiou (Tucson) Alex Chavez (Taos, NM) Titus Castanza (Tucson) James J. Peterson (Tucson).Curated by Paula Catherine Valencia.
- Sacred Machine Museum
- 245 E. Congress Suite 123
- Tucson, Arizona 85701
- Hours: Wed-Fri 5-8, Sat 4-9
- By Appointment: 520-977-7102
The show is posted. Here is the link to share: http://www.sacredmachine.com/
September 22 to November 4, 2012.Exhibition dates, September 22 – November 4, 2012. Hours, http://www.nevillepublicmuseum.org/node/36Neville Public Museum
210 Museum Place
Green Bay, WI 54303920-448-4460 (main phone)
The Museum Halle Saint Pierre: January 25 through August 23, 2013.
Opening reception: January 24, 2013 from 18h to midnight
Opening hours: January 25, 2013
Closing: August 23, 2013
61 international artistsLocation: The Museum Halle Saint Pierre - 2, rue Ronsard - 75018 Paris, France.
Opening: Saturday, January 26, 2013Open Tuesday and Wednesday 2:00 PM to 6:00 PM, and by appointment.Galerie TOXIC, 2 rue de l'Eau L-1449 LuxembourgTél. (+352) 26 20 21 43GSM : (+352) 621 26 47 80E-mail : email@example.comWeb site: www.galerietoxic.com
This writing connects the last remaining speck of Atlantis with a tiny island in the Atlantic called Bimini, and presents many of the artworks (including esoteric energy paintings) created by Kox on the Island over a period of eleven years, along with the Apocalyptic Visual Parable paintings inspired directly by the Bimini setting.The Picture Perfect Jesus series was created in Bimini (2003-2004). Many of those images are included in A SPECK OF ATLANTIS - BIMINI: THE TOP OF GOD'S MOUNTAIN. Several of the images have appeared in the Raw vision article mentioned below, along with a detailed description of how they came to be:"Masquerade" is an article by Professor David Damkoehler, in the Raw Vision 2008 Winter Issue #65 (December) about Norbert H. Kox's artworks depicting Warner Sallman's Head Of Christ. Damkoehler offers insights into understanding the subversive imagery in Kox's paintings: "In 1992 Norbert H. Kox inherited a framed print, a portrait of Christ that had hung in a prominent position in his parents' home in Green Bay, Wisconsin. This portrait was to inspire a series of skillfully executed works that exploit visual and textual puns to illustrate Kox's deeply skeptical attitude towards organized religion. ..." http://www.rawvision.com/resources/norbert-kox
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