An article about the mid century architectural history of Sarasota, Florida.
Mall Artwork Public Art Mall Art: The Good, The Bad and The Ugly Introduction Public Art at the Mall The display of public art in the context of commercial enterprises such as malls and open markets has a long history in western civilization. One remembers Trajan’s Forum by Apollodorus in 106 AD with its’ extensive […]
via Hairpin Leg, at 75, Is Now a Modern Classic | Woodworking Network. I really admire a nice set of legs! Hairpin legs are an easy and admirable way to add some mid-century to your style. They work for tables of all kinds, but work for seating as well. Check out Etsy for some reasonably […]
via Local pop artist has modern influences. An article about a Louisiana artist and his modernist, pop art influences. I’ve always found information about artists outside the elitist art mob areas of New York, Chicago and Los Angeles very interesting, especially when it comes to smaller towns and cities. To visit Anthony Reans and see […]
via Modern art is baloney – The Boston Globe. This article is amusing in so many ways. Besides food actually being a material and is processed–unless one goes out and bites a cow–except for raw fruits and vegetables, the spiel needs a little more sophistication.
via Donald Wexler’s Former Home for Sale in Palm Springs. Also, Donald Wexler passed away in June of this year. Realtor.com includes an article about this talented architect that is well worth reading. Find that here. According to the article, this is a steel framed house, like many International Style modern houses. Yet the beams […]
via Richard Hamilton’s last painting to be centrepiece of posthumous exhibition | Art and design | The Guardian. An interesting article on the British artist Richard Hamilton and an exhibition that took place since he died in 2012. Richard Hamilton is sometimes called the “Father of Pop Art” or “Daddy Pop” and is best known […]