标签为 “维也纳” 的文章

  • 申玲个展——浮游 (个展)

    2019.01.01 · 发表评论


  • Weekend Reading List: As Brazil’s Far-Right Takes Power wi …

    2018.12.25 · 发表评论

    The importance of art classes; Egon Schiele’s legacy and Hito Steyerl’s favourite films: what to read this weekend – 艺术课的重要性;伊冈·希尔的遗产和海藤·斯蒂尔最喜欢的电影:这个周末读什么

  • Wes Anderson and Juman Malouf’s Curatorial Debut in Vienna …

    2018.11.15 · 发表评论

    ‘Every passion borders on the chaotic,’ wrote Walter Benjamin in his essay ‘Unpacking My Library’ (1931), ‘but the collector’s passion borders on the chaos of memories’. The collector of books, artworks, or miscellaneous trinkets, Benjamin thought, is at the mercy of the sheer variety of things out there. Once part of a collection, however, the collector relives their love for those things just by looking at them. – 沃尔特·本杰明(Walter Benjamin)在他的文章《解开我的图书馆》(Unpacking My Library)(1931)中写道:“每种激情都近乎于混乱,但收藏家的激情却近乎于记忆的混乱。”本杰明想,收藏书籍、艺术品或杂项小饰品的人,完全听任各种各样的东西摆布。然而,一旦收藏品的一部分,收藏家通过看它们来重新体验他们对这些事物的热爱。

  • Weekend Reading List: #MeToo Makes the Power 100 – …

    2018.11.09 · 发表评论

    Wes Anderson and Juman Malouf’s show opens in Vienna; conspiracy theories at the Met during the Midterms and Shanghai’s psychedelic cat – 韦斯·安德森和朱曼·马卢夫的秀在维也纳开幕;大都会中期赛期间的阴谋论和上海的迷幻猫

  • One Take: Lydia Ourahmane’s Two Gold Teeth – 一拍:L …

    2018.11.01 · 发表评论

    A tooth in the right side of Lydia Ourahmane’s mouth had always given her trouble. Seven or eight years ago, she had a disastrous root canal and the tooth, a maxillary molar, never really recovered. Around the time Ourahmane graduated from Goldsmiths, London, in 2014, with an undergraduate degree in fine art, she was driving out of town in a friend’s van. They had taken their lunches with them to eat on the road. Ourahmane took a bite – she can’t recall what she was eating that day but she remembers that it was soft – and the tooth, always bothersome, loosened completely and fell out into her food. There was only a stump of it left in her mouth. She later had to have it extracted, leaving a sizable gap. – Lydia Ourahmane嘴巴右边的一颗牙齿总是给她带来麻烦。七年或八年前,她有一个灾难性的根管和牙齿,上颌磨牙,从来没有真正恢复。大约在2014年,欧拉曼从伦敦戈德史密斯大学毕业,获得美术本科学位的时候,她正开着一辆朋友的面包车出城。他们带着他们的午餐在路上吃。欧拉曼咬了一口——她想不起那天吃了什么,但她记得那是软的——牙齿总是很烦人,完全松动了,掉进了她的食物里。她嘴里只剩一根树桩。她后来不得不把它提取出来,留下了相当大的缺口。

  • 因“琥珀色眼睛的兔子”闻名于世的埃蒙德的家族藏品回到维也纳

    2018.10.20 · 发表评论


  • 独自一人:互联网的超链接结构如何塑造我们的情感生活

    2018.10.19 · 发表评论


  • Directors' Choice: Pick One Significant Work by a Wom …

    2018.10.19 · 发表评论

    Art Institute of Chicago  Calouste Gulbenkian Museum, Lisbon Courtauld Institute of Art, London Frans Hals Museum, Haarlem Guggenheim Museum Bilbao Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden, Washington Kunsthistorisches Museum, Vienna Kunstmuseum Bern Leslie-Lohman Museum of Gay and Lesbian Art, New York Louvre Museum, Paris  Magasin III, Stockholm Museum Ludwig, Cologne National Gallery, London National Gallery of Victoria, Melbourne National Gallery of Zimbabwe, Harare National Portrait Gallery, London Norval Foundation, Cape Town Parrish Art Museum, Long Island Tate Britain, London Yorkshire Sculpture Park, West Bretton – 芝加哥艺术学院

  • Female Patrons Throughout History – 历史上的女性赞助人

    2018.10.19 · 发表评论

    For more than 3,000 years, patronage of art and architecture has been a noteworthy path for women’s agency and self-expression. Over recent decades, patronage studies – which bring together issues of personal and group identity, political power and cultural production – have come to occupy a significant place in the history of art. It is well known that, in many cases, informed and intelligent patrons took an active role in shaping the character of the works they commissioned. The English term ‘patron’ comes from the Latin patronus (protector of clients or dependents, specifically freedmen), which is, in turn, derived from pater (father). Thus, the term ‘patronage’ is inherently gendered and, in nearly all cases, female patrons worked within the limitations of patriarchal societies. Yet, from Antiquity to the present day, women have requested (and collected) works of art and have commissioned buildings and urban interventions. It is important to stress that the patronage systems of the past were based on social stratification and inequalities in power and economic standing – so, in general, patronage by both women and men was the province of elites, who had the means to extend commissions. Some art historians have used the neologism ‘matronage’ when discussing women patrons but, along with most scholars working on the topic today, I prefer to use the traditional – albeit gendered – term patronage.  – 3000多年来,赞助艺术和建筑一直是妇女自我表现和代理的重要途径。近几十年来,赞助研究——将个人和群体身份、政治权力和文化生产等问题结合在一起——在艺术史上占据了重要的地位。众所周知,在许多情况下,知情和聪明的赞助人在塑造他们委托的作品的性格方面起到了积极的作用。英语术语“patron”来源于拉丁语的patronus(客户或受抚养人的保护者,特别是自由人),而后者又来源于pater(父亲)。因此,术语“赞助”具有固有的性别,在几乎所有情况下,女性赞助人在父权社会的限制下工作。然而,从古代到现在,妇女已经要求和收集艺术品,并委托建筑和城市干预。必须强调的是,过去的资助制度是建立在社会分层、权力和经济地位不平等的基础上的——因此,一般来说,男女资助都是精英阶层的所在地,精英阶层有扩大佣金的手段。一些艺术历史学家在讨论女性赞助人时,使用了新词“主客观”,但与大多数学者讨论今天的话题相比,我更喜欢使用传统的——尽管是性别的长期赞助。