2 edition of The Ferus Gallery found in the catalog.
The Ferus Gallery
|Statement||by Kristine McKenna|
|LC Classifications||N6512 .M365 2009|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||319 p. :|
|Number of Pages||319|
|LC Control Number||2010280399|
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The Ferus Gallery was a contemporary art gallery operating from In it was located at A North La Cienega Boulevard, Los Angeles, California. Init was relocated across the street to North La Cienega Boulevard where it remained until its closing in The book was first published on the occasion of the exhibition of the same name at Gagosian’s Chelsea gallery.
A timeline documenting the Ferus gallery’s history opens the fully illustrated catalogue, followed by an interview with Irving Blum by Roberta Bernstein and a critical discussion of Warhol’s Campbell’s soup can paintings 4/5(6).
The book was first published on The book was first published on the occasion of the exhibition of the same name at Gagosian’s Chelsea gallery. A timeline documenting the Ferus gallery’s history opens the fully illustrated catalogue, followed by an interview with Irving Blum by Roberta Bernstein and a critical discussion of Warhol’s /5.
The Ferus Gallery, as an art gallery, has become emblematic of that period and place, but was certainly not the whole thing. And so by focusing on the late Walter Hopps, an art dealer, museum director and mentor to a generation of both artists and collectors, she has created a picture of the birth and maturity of an artistic avant garde with 5/5(6).
The Ferus Gallery book. Read reviews from world’s largest community for readers. In s California, and especially in Los Angeles, there existed few ve /5(5). The following year, Ferus also hosted Ed Ruscha's first solo show. After Kienholz and Hopps parted ways--Hopps went on to mount the first American Duchamp retrospective at the Pasadena Art Musuem--the reins were handed to Irving Blum, who got Ferus out of the red and ran the gallery.
The Ferus Gallery, as an art gallery, has become emblematic of that period and place, but The Ferus Gallery book certainly not the whole thing. And so by focusing on the late Walter Hopps, an art dealer, museum director and mentor to a generation of both artists and collectors, she has created a picture of the birth and maturity of an artistic avant garde with Reviews: 3.
The Ferus Gallery seeded a wild scene that eventually put Los Angeles on the art world's map. A new documentary, The Cool School, by filmmaker Morgan Neville.
This was the landscape facing Walter Hopps and Edward Kienholz inthe year they opened the now-legendary Ferus Gallery—a story chronicled in fascinating detail by Kristine McKenna in her book Ferus Gallery: A Place to men were already active in. A new book reveals curator Walter Hopps' great anecdotes about midcentury American artists and his Ferus gallery but doesn't get at the man himself The book is.
History records that Ferus was where Andy Warhol got his first one-man show of his mature, Pop-art style work. The year wasand the exhibit on La Cienega Boulevard in West Hollywood consisted of 32 Campbells Soup Can paintings, lined up in all their candy-colored glory on a thin wooden shelf that spanned the gallery wall.
Kristine McKenna is an American journalist, critic and art curator best known for her interviews with artists, writers, thinkers, filmmakers and musicians. Many of these have been collected in Book of Changes () and Talk to Her ().
Among the people she has interviewed and written about most often over the years are Exene Cervenka, Leonard Cohen, David Lynch, Captain Beefheart and Brian.
This is a gallery subpage for Fergus. This subpage contains all images relating to said article. If there is an image that belongs on this article, please insert it on this page. The Ferus Gallery: A Place to Begin by McKenna, Kristine; McKenna, Kristine [Editor] and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at Ferus Gallery.
likes. Ferus is a contemporary Art Gallery representing a wide selection of artworks by different artists. Ferus represents highly credentialed artists. The Ferus Gallery was going to make a name for itself.
“Rebels In Paradise” has some interesting things to say about the development of a distinctive Los Angeles gallery world, with its connections to the entertainment industry and the burgeoning museum culture.
It’s the s, and genres aren’t the only things that are blurring. Ferus Gallery: Between the Folds unfurls the iconic graphic history of Los Angeles’ storied gallery: the Ferus. Organized by Alden Projects™ on the 60 th anniversary of Ferus’ founding, this exhibition brings together 66 Ferus Gallery exhibition posters, including many never previously reproduced and many from Irving Blum Gallery, the name under which Ferus () continued.
According to Gagosian Gallery it was "an exhibition celebrating the years of the pioneering Ferus Gallery in Los Angeles ().
Organized by Irving Blum, the exhibition brings together historical examples of the artists fostered and represented by Ferus during this decade. Ferus continues to fascinate me, so I snatched up THE FERUS GALLERY by Kristine McKenna. McKenna is a Los Angeles-based journalist best-known for her interviews.
In this book, she tried to talk to a constellation of people associated with the Ferus Gallery--artists, Irving Blum, various collectors, spouses and siblings of key players, etc. A book called The Ferus Gallery: A Place to Begin, edited by Kristine McKenna, is described the scrappy days of the s, a bunch of bohemians, living in Venice, started showing their work in storefront galleries, competing with one another, making each other push harder and that is a forgotten, and yet very major, chapter in American art history.
In the Ferus Gallery, now run by Walter Hopps and Irving Blum, moved across La Cienega Boulevard into a larger storefront space. At the urging of Blum, the gallery narrowed its list of artists and streamlined its operations. The artists who showed their work at Ferus were united in their uncomp.k Followers, Following, 95 Posts - See Instagram photos and videos from ﾟ: *꠸ⱥƞℯℓℒ℮ ･ﾟ:*.｡ (@ferusgallery)95 posts.
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