"There is no perfect painting and there is no perfect solution." —Elliott Hundley
Each week leading into our Season 7 premiere, we will preview each of the artists featured in the new season. This week, we preview artist Elliott Hundley, who will be featured in the Secrets episode. Seen here is the artist at work in his Los Angeles studio in early 2014.
WATCH: Preview of Elliott Hundley in Secrets
Season 7 of ART21 Art in the Twenty-First Century premieres Friday, October 24, 2014 at 10:00 p.m. ET on PBS (check local listings). Secrets airs Friday, October 31, 2014.
IMAGES: Production stills from the ART21 Art in the Twenty-First Century episode, Secrets, 2014. © ART21, Inc. 2014.
Her work was an obvious choice for the cover of WIRED’s August issue, which explores how the smartphone has sparked an explosion in creativity.
Photographer Sara Cwynar focuses on this transformation with her complex compositions, which show every photograph has an arc. The moment the photo captures might be frozen in time, but the world around that moment moves forward and inevitably changes the meaning.
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Chris Burden, Untitled, 1970
”All of these pieces attempt to establish a delicate sensual interplay between body and apparatus. They are extremely responsive to changes in position and muscle tension and seem to have been expressly designed to amplify these changes. They are not primarily to be looked at: they are to be donned and used. By drawing the viewer (viewer is obviously no longer the right word) into the work, giving him an active, literally constitutive role, Burden seemed to be trying to overcome the detachment and visual/intellectual distance usually entailed by object sculpture and replace it with an immediate kinesthetic involvement. Trading formal autonomy and stasis for dynamic equilibrium and engagement..” →
How many ways can you capture the midtown skyscape through Spencer Finch’s rainbow-colored filters?
Commissioned by the Morgan Library & Museum to create a work for its four-story Gilbert Court, Spencer Finch took his inspiration from medieval prayer books. He applied films of color to the windows, dangling panes that transform Renzo Piano’s glass-and-steel courtyard into a hall of multicolored mirrors. The configuration and color palette will change with the seasons.
Pelado na Serra da Canastra.
this summer i have been interning at psyop! here is a little gif i made of their logo :)