statue in the west choir, Naumburg Catehdral, Germany ca. 1249-1255
Editor in Chief #LindsayPollock checks in from the #NewSFMOMA with shots of some of her favorite works from the collection. Here, Robert Arneson: California Artist, 1982, stoneware with glazes. When influential art critic Hilton Kramer called #RobertArneson ’s ceramic sculptures “provincial,” the artist bit back with this sculpture, a tongue-in-cheek self-portrait that stereotypes the West Coast artist.
Sergei Isupov (born August 17, 1963) is a ceramic artist born in Stavropol, Russia now living in Cummington, Massachusetts, United States, where he has been represented by the Ferrin Gallery. He was educated at the Ukrainian State Art School in Kiev and went on to graduate in 1990 from the Art Institute of Tallinn in Estonia with B.A. and M.F.A. degrees in ceramic art. He has since exhibited widely in both solo and group exhibitions, received several awards and his work is held in many...
Sergei Isupov, “Shroud of Turin” 2015, porcelain, slip, glaze, 12 x 9 x 10″
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Artodyssey: Sergei Isupov
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Bernini you are my favorite FAVORITE. That he could make stone look like a transparent veil is stupendous