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Distance to photo.Distance to a dream.Distance to art. Distance to my self.
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move.s_dream. Noriyoshi Konno
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ARTIST SPOTLIGHT
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Ed Ruscha
Made in California
Lithograph, Ed 30 / 100Original Artist's Frame
30 ¼ x 20 ½ “ Framed
1971
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Ed Ruscha was born on December 16, 1937 in Omaha, Nebraska. His family moved to Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, in 1941. In 1956, Ruscha moved to Los Angeles, where he attended Chouinard Art Institute, from which he graduated in 1960. Ruscha’s early paintings attracted notice as part of the Pop art movement of the 1960s; his art also has antecedents in Dada, Surrealism, and Abstract Expressionism, and would be central to Conceptual art. His work includes paintings, drawings, prints, photographs, artist’s books, and films, and is in the collections of major national and international museums. Ruscha lives and works in Los Angeles. He is represented by Gagosian Gallery.
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Ruscha’s “Made in California” will be on view at Mash Gallery for INCARNADINE from August 25th to September 29th. We have gallery hours Tuesday through Saturday from Noon - 6 PM, and are open on Fridays from Noon - 9 PM. For more information, visit http://mashgallery.com/.
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To view more of Ruscha’s works, http://edruscha.com/.
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#edruscha #mashgallery #artistspotlight #incarnadine #matgleason #losangeles #dtla #printmaking #lithography

Ronen Lev living room with Edward Ruscha’s Wall Rocket. Ruscha designed the sharp font himself and called it “Boy Scout Utility Modern.” A phrase we will definitely be stealing for a future project! 🏕🤝 #ronenlevinterior #warmmodern #ronenlev #nycliving #edruscha #modernart

when the act of appropriation consistently finds its way into the process of new work. @monkpictures homage to @ed_ruscha #art #contemporaryart #jonathanmonk #edruscha

VANISHING CREAM
1976
vaseline on black wall
156 x 300 inches
#EdRuscha

A grid installation of my hotel signs from a bike trip across the country...
#motelsigns #motelsignsofamerica #vintagesigns #signart #theresnoartinsignsanymore #americana #colorphotography #americanaphotography

Repost from @gagosian @TopRankRepost #TopRankRepost This year's Silverlake Conservatory of Music benefit event, honoring Mo Ostin, features a silent auction with works by Urs Fischer, Ed Ruscha, Robert Therrien, a collaboration between Damien Hirst and Hoorsenbuhs, and more—all monies raised helps bring free music lessons to our under-served communities in Los Angeles. Browse the entire auction catalogue via the link in our bio.

You also won't want to miss live performances by Lindsey Buckingham, KD Lang, and the Red Hot Chili Peppers! Purchase tickets to this special evening, taking place this Saturday, September 29, by calling +1 323 665 3363 or by emailing events.scm@outlook.com.
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#UrsFischer #DamienHirst #EdRuscha #RobertTherrien @damienhirst @edruschaofficial @hoorsenbuhs
(1) Urs Fischer, "lineofpigs," 2016, aluminum, epoxy, steel, acrylic primer, gesso, acrylic ink, acrylic silkscreen medium, and acrylic paint, 12 5/8 × 156 1/8 inches (32.1 × 396.6 cm) © Urs Fischer. Photo: Mats Nordman
(2) Hoorsenbuhs + Damien Hirst, limited edition pill ring, yellow and rose gold, rubies, and black and white diamonds
(3) Ed Ruscha, "Steel Tools," 2018, dry pigment and acrylic on paper, 7 × 11 1/2 inches (17.8 × 29.2 cm) © Ed Ruscha
(4) Robert Therrien, "No title (three heads)," 2016, graphite and fabric mounted on panel, framed: 20 3/4 × 19 1/4 inches (52.7 × 48.9 cm) © Robert Therrien @jjetman

Vi ELZKER hvordan @edruschaofficial leker seg med tekst og språk i kunsten! Video om hele utstillingen på @kodebergen ligger ute, link i bio ✌🏼Sponset samarbeid.

This year's Silverlake Conservatory of Music benefit event, honoring Mo Ostin, features a silent auction with works by Urs Fischer, Ed Ruscha, Robert Therrien, a collaboration between Damien Hirst and Hoorsenbuhs, and more—all monies raised helps bring free music lessons to our under-served communities in Los Angeles. Browse the entire auction catalogue via the link in our bio.

You also won't want to miss live performances by Lindsey Buckingham, KD Lang, and the Red Hot Chili Peppers! Purchase tickets to this special evening, taking place this Saturday, September 29, by calling +1 323 665 3363 or by emailing events.scm@outlook.com.
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#UrsFischer #DamienHirst #EdRuscha #RobertTherrien @damienhirst @edruschaofficial @hoorsenbuhs
(1) Urs Fischer, "lineofpigs," 2016, aluminum, epoxy, steel, acrylic primer, gesso, acrylic ink, acrylic silkscreen medium, and acrylic paint, 12 5/8 × 156 1/8 inches (32.1 × 396.6 cm) © Urs Fischer. Photo: Mats Nordman
(2) Hoorsenbuhs + Damien Hirst, limited edition pill ring, yellow and rose gold, rubies, and black and white diamonds
(3) Ed Ruscha, "Steel Tools," 2018, dry pigment and acrylic on paper, 7 × 11 1/2 inches (17.8 × 29.2 cm) © Ed Ruscha
(4) Robert Therrien, "No title (three heads)," 2016, graphite and fabric mounted on panel, framed: 20 3/4 × 19 1/4 inches (52.7 × 48.9 cm) © Robert Therrien

New exhibition at KODE 4 was VERY cool (pun intended) 😅 #edruscha #very #kodebergen

‘Blue Collar Tool & Die’ (1992) [above] and ‘The Old Tool & Die Building’ (2004) [below] by Ed Ruscha, currently on display at The National Gallery in London as part of his solo exhibition entitled ‘Ed Ruscha: Course of Empire’, which runs until October 7th.
overlooked modern American landscape of petrol stations, highways and industrial units: initially associated with the Pop Art movement of the 1960s, Ruscha incorporates commercial art elements into his paintings, prints and photography – for example, typography, graffiti and billboards.
In 2005, Ruscha represented the USA at the 51st Venice Biennale, addressing the theme of ‘progress, or the course of progress’. He presented 5 black and white urban landscapes of Los Angeles, made in 1992 and displayed these with new colour versions of these same sites, focusing on mundane changes such as signage or the complete demolition of old structures.
Ruscha’s ten-painting installation evoked Thomas Cole’s epic five-painting cycle The Course of Empire (1834–6). Unlike Cole’s grandiose vision of the rise and fall of a classical civilisation, Ruscha’s Course of Empire is a seemingly barren, simplified vision: preoccupied with the urban landscape of Los Angeles – utilitarian structures with no pretension to beauty but redolent of economic might and global reach, their mundane forms evolving in response to material needs.” - The National Gallery

.. ‘Broken Pencil’, a preparatory ‘study’ of one of Ed Ruscha’s most famous works and possibly the artist’s personal favorite work... “There’s a painting that I consider my best one - Noise, Pencil, Broken Pencil, Cheap Western, from 1963... If I had a wish list, that would be at the top. It embodies the esthetics of all my work.” ... ‘Broken Pencil’, 1963, oil on paper, Ed Ruscha. #edruscha #art #contemporaryart #popart

#LAunforgotten
TLDR: the coming of Pop
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#otd in #lalife and #lahistory a seminal art show, linked in hindsight with the emergence of Pop Art, began at the Pasadena Museum of Art. In 1962, British artists and critics, like Lawrence Alloway, were already using this term, but L.A. boasted the first fine arts establishment in the U.S. to embrace Pop. I’d like to think there is an exceptionalism to consumer culture in L.A., a place where the high-brow/low-brow hierarchies of taste collapsed in the face of wide enthusiasm for new technologies and rich sensory experiences. There simply was not enough of an old money establishment, which persisted in stodgy New York City, to censor artists for mimicking consumerism. The Pasadena show, New Painting of Common Objects curated by the West Hollywood Ferus Gallery’s Walter Hopps, beat MoMA’s first Pop show by over two months. Thus Andy Warhol (34) and Ed Ruscha (24) got their first ever museum show, side by side with the likes of Roy Lichtenstein. Now look at the art and imagine it as a visual analog, a precursor even, to the Pop with which most all of us are more familiar: Pop music. This sonic variation on a theme would outshine and outlast the Pop art movement, but Pop music owes a lot to sensibilities initially explored in visual culture. Both the art and the music attend to the stuff of everyday experience. Major events and unique objects are cast democratically on the same plane as monotonous repetition and mass-produced commodity. Pop music artists from the Velvet Underground to the Beatles (in their alter-ego as Sgt Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club Band) then mobilized Pop visuals to adorn the covers of their albums, a strategy announcing a unity of sight and sound (an appropriate achievement to have come out of Hollywood, yes?).
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Something very meditative about Ed Ruscha’s closely cropped ‘before and after’ portraits of Los Angeles industrial structures, charting their progress over the decades. The sky takes precedence over human change, in this series that mirrors Thomas Cole’s painting cycle of the same name: ‘Course of Empire’. On show at the National Gallery until 7th Oct. IMG: Ed Ruscha (top)’Blue Collar Tool & Die’ 1992, (bottom)’The Old Tool & Die Building’ 2004. @national_gallery #edruscha #courseofempire #tool #die #building #sky #change #america #landscape #empire #change #meditation #nationalgallery #art #painting #contemporaryart #london #2018

Film art
Distance to photo.Distance to a dream.Distance to art. Distance to my self.
I respond to requests for use of the work.
move.s_dream. Noriyoshi Konno
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