• Kienholz. The Signs of the Times

    Rebellious, provocative, and ever polarizing, Kienholz's oeuvre has always caused quite a stir since its beginnings in the mid-1950s, first the works of Ed Kienholz alone, then later, from 1972 on, the collaborative projects with his wife, Nancy Reddin Kienholz. This is scarcely astonishing, since religion, war, death, and the more inscrutable sides of society and its social conflicts have always been at the center of their works. Dealing with such subjects as the sexual exploitation of women in prostitution, the role of the media, and the effects of ethnic conflicts,they pinpoint fractures of Western societies which have hardly been remedied to this day and thus lend the oeuvre its unmitigated topicality. But this contemporaneity is not due solely to the themes dealt with; today we vi...

    published: 31 Oct 2011
  • The Story of an Artist...Ed Kienholz 1961

    A half-hour documentary that tracks controversial assemblage artist Ed Kienholz as he prepares for a one-man show at the Ferus Gallery in Los Angeles in 1961. A raucous party at Barney's Beanery follows the crowded opening. Written and Directed by William Kronick

    published: 09 Apr 2018
  • Curator's Talk: Paul Schimmel on Edward Kienholz

    To coincide with the opening of 'Re-View: Onnasch Collection', curator Paul Schimmel gave a talk on the late Edward Kienholz. Hauser & Wirth London, Piccadilly, Tuesday 17 September 2013 Exhibition: http://bit.ly/16xAqX5

    published: 02 Oct 2013
  • The Beanery van Edward Kienholz: Sporen in de tijd Restauratie van een icoon

    Copyright Kienholz, courtesy of L.A. Louver, Venice, CA

    published: 11 Sep 2012
  • Mario Ybarra, Jr. on Edward Kienholz /// Artists on Art

    Mario Ybarra, Jr. is an artist, educator, and activist deeply involved in the Mexican-American community and street culture of greater Los Angeles. He is co-founder, with Karla Diaz, of Slanguage, an artist group based in Wilmington, CA, that promotes intergenerational art education and cross-community discussion of contemporary art. About the video series: LACMA's Artists on Art videos offer insights into works in the museum's encyclopedic collection that have inspired and informed artists working today. Looking at art through their eyes, we hear directly from artists about works that intrigue them and have fed their own creativity. http://www.lacma.org/artistsonart

    published: 17 Aug 2016
  • Hommage an Edward Kienholz

    Edward Kienholz (* 23. Oktober 1927 in Fairfield, Washington; † 10. Juni 1994 Hope, Idaho) war ein amerikanischer Objekt- und Konzeptkünstler. Er gilt als einer der führenden neodadaistischen Künstler, die den Schritt vom dadaistischen Environment zur Objektmontage vollzogen haben. Leben In den 1950er Jahren begann Kienholz, der nie eine Kunstakademie besuchte und daher weitgehend Autodidakt war, sein künstlerisches Schaffen mit Holzreliefs, er ging nach und nach zur Dreidimensionalität über. Seine Materialien sind objets trouvés, in seinem Fall kann man sie aber auch objets cherchés nennen, da er gezielt auf Trödelmärkten nach Gegenständen für seine Kunst suchte. Wichtig war für ihn, seine Environments mithilfe von Lack oder Farbe zu einer Einheit zu verbinden. Effekte wie zum Beispiel ...

    published: 03 Jun 2013
  • COOL SCHOOL

    I do not own the rights to this. Arthouse films 006 The Cool School Story of the Ferus Gallery and the early days of the LA art scene

    published: 14 Dec 2014
  • Kienholz: The Hoerengracht | Exhibitions | The National Gallery, London

    Curator Colin Wiggins introduces 'Kienholz: The Hoerengracht', a new installation at the National Gallery recreating a scene from Amsterdam's Red Light district. Featuring interviews with artist Nancy Kienholz. Discover more on the National Gallery website: http://www.nationalgallery.org.uk/whats-on/exhibitions/kienholz-the-hoerengracht

    published: 10 Nov 2009
  • Kienholz: Berlin/Hope (2014)

    Nancy Reddin Kienholz & Peter Nestler give a first hand account of the recent exhibition "Kienholz: Berlin/Hope" at L.A. Louver. Learn more about this exhibition at http://www.lalouver.com/html/exhibition.cfm?tExhibition_id=1003

    published: 20 Jun 2014
  • EDWARD KIENHOLZ- Il trovatore MARIA CALLAS

    1927 - 1994 El arte de Edward Kienholz es su acusación de lo que el veía como la hipocresía y la inmoralidad de la vida contemporánea. Nacido en Fairfield, Washington, se crió en una granja en la parte oriental del estado. En su juventud aprendió carpintería y mecánica. Después de una serie de trabajos, Kienholz se estableció en Los Angeles, donde se involucró en las artes. Junto con otros artistas de vanguardia de la zona, abrió galerías de arte, siendo la más notable la Galería Ferus. A pesar de su falta de formación artística formal, comenzó a emplear sus conocimientos de mecánica y carpintería en la fabricación de pinturas y relieves collage montados a partir de materiales recuperados de las calles y aceras de la ciudad. En 1960 se retiró de la Galería Ferus para concentrar...

    published: 11 Jan 2012
  • Beanery - Edward Kienholz - Stedelijk Museum Amsterdam - Vlog vAnDré #51

    ➤ Bedankt voor het abonneren. ➤ Bedankt voor het blauwe duimpje. ⇩ Kijk hieronder voor meer vAnDré ⇩ Kijk op: www.vAnDre.eu Camera en montage: vAnDré

    published: 30 Oct 2016
  • Edward Kienholz

    Edward Kienholz Edward Kienholz (October 23, 1927 -- June 10, 1994) was an American installation artist whose work was highly critical of aspects of modern life. From 1972 onwards, he assembled much of his artwork in close collaboration with his artistic partner and wife, Nancy Reddin Kienholz. Throughout much of their career, the work of the Kienholzes was more appreciated in Europe than in their native United States, though American museums have featured their art more prominently since the 1990s. [from Wikipedia] Music:Underworld-Bruce Lee

    published: 14 Jan 2012
  • Singular Visions: Edward Kienholz, The Wait, 1964-65

    In this video, curator Dana Miller discusses the Whitney Museum's care and handling of Peetie, the live bird included in Edward Kienholz' installation "The Wait" (1964-65), on view in the exhibition "Singular Visions."

    published: 25 May 2011
  • Kienholz: Five Car Stud / Fondazione Prada, Milan

    The exhibition Kienholz: Five Car Stud at Fondazione Prada in Milan, Italy, brings together a selection of artworks realized by Edward Kienholz and Nancy Reddin Kienholz, including the work that gives the show its title. In this video, we have a look at the exhibition, and curator Germano Celant provides us with an introduction to the show. The video also includes an interview with Nancy Reddin Kienholz, who talks about how she and Edward worked together, and the actuality of their work. This video is an excerpt, the complete video is available at http://vernissage.tv The installation Five Car Stud is a life-sized reproduction of a scene of racial violence. The work has earned a lot of attention and controversy and is considered one of the artist’s most significant works. Edward Kienholz ...

    published: 25 May 2016
  • Edward Kienholz

    1927-1994 Artista estadounidense de originalidad inquebrantable. Su obra reflexiona sobre temas sociales y políticos contemporáneos de América de finales del siglo XX. Creó cuadrps tridimensionales, a tamaño natural, hechos con materiales de desecho que encontraba por las calles o en mercadillos. . Aunque es más conocido por su contribucion al desarrollo de las prácticas escultóricas de la posguerra, Kienholz fue también un promotor clave de la vanguardia en Los Angeles como el fundador de la Galería EMPRESA y cofundador de la Galería Ferus, un lugar fundamental y lugar de reunión para poetas emergentes de la época y artistas. De 1972 en adelante, trabajó casi exclusivamente con su quinta esposa, el artista Nancy Reddin Kienholz, que jugó un papel importante en la conceptualización y l...

    published: 04 May 2015
  • Museum exhibition // Nancy Kienholz on Five Car Stud by Edward Kienholz

    Nancy Kienholz talks about Five Car Stud, which she spent several years restoring prior to the exhibition at LACMA. More about the exhibition: http://www.lacma.org/art/exhibition/edward-kienholz-five-car-stud-1969–1972-revisited On view at LACMA: September 4, 2011January 15, 2012

    published: 04 Feb 2016
  • Edward Kienholz, The Portable War Memorial, Museum Ludwig Köln

    Edward Kienholz (1927 - 1994) The Portable War Memorial / Das tragbare Kriegesdenkmal 1968 Environment from various materials, tape, Coca Cola automat / Environment aus diversen Materialien, Tonband, Coca-Cola Automat Museum Ludwig Köln / Cologne

    published: 19 Aug 2012
  • Edward Kienholz

    The Beanery 1965, top stuk van het Stedelijk museum Amsterdam.

    published: 01 Apr 2013
  • Ed Kienholz and Nancy Reddin Kienholz Useful Art #5: The Western Hotel, 1992

    Ed Kienholz and Nancy Reddin Kienholz, Useful Art #5: The Western Hotel, 1992 (Portland Art Museum) Speakers: Tina Olsen, Bruce Guenther. Created by Beth Harris and Steven Zucker.

    published: 14 Oct 2011
  • Kienholz. Die Zeichen der Zeit

    Informationen unter: http://www.schirn-magazin.de/kienholz/ Rebellisch, provokant und polarisierend hat das Kienholz'sche OEuvre seit seinen Anfängen Mitte der 1950er-Jahre stets großes Aufsehen erregt: zunächst die Werke von Ed Kienholz allein, später, ab 1972, die gemeinschaftlichen Projekte mit seiner Frau Nancy Reddin Kienholz. Kaum verwunderlich, stehen doch Religion, Krieg, Tod, Sex und die abgründigeren Seiten der Gesellschaft mit ihren sozialen Konflikten im Zentrum der Arbeit. Mit Themen wie der sexuellen Ausbeutung der Frau in der Prostitution, der Rolle der Medien oder den Auswirkungen von ethnischen Konflikten legen sie den Finger auf Bruchstellen der westlichen Gesellschaften, die bis heute kaum gekittet worden sind und dem Werk eine ungebrochene Aktualität verleihen. Eine ...

    published: 31 Oct 2011
  • Ed Kienholz' Beanery in re-opened Stedelijk Museum Amsterdam

    The renovated 'Beanery' installation by Ed Kienholz in the newly opened Stedelijk Museum Amsterdam. A classic: I was feeling 12 years old again, walking through this magnificent piece of art...

    published: 18 Sep 2012
  • Kienholz on Exhibit - part 1 (of 3)

    Born in 1927 in the border area between Washington and Idaho, Kienholz moved to Los Angeles in 1953, where he began making a series of bas-reliefs with found material. Prior to his death in 1994, he was primarily known for his "Assembly Art" sculptures, consisting of mannequins, stuffed animals, and pieces of clothing, focusing on subjects such as controversial as bordellos, back seat sex, and abortion. Steels extremely entertaining film consists of audience reactions to a Kienholz exhibit at the LA County Museum of Art, which includes his well-known pieces "The Birthday, Back Seat Dodge, and Roxy's. You may want to watch the video before reading my reactions. Review (first pass and in process): Art is a window, through which perception peers. As such it can have value whether...

    published: 02 May 2009
  • PST revisits Ed Kienholz's 'Five Card Stud' at LACMA

    Visit Nancy Reddin Kienholz as she discusses her late husband Ed Kienholz's work from 1972 entitled "Five Car Stud", now on view at the Los Angeles County Museum of Art (LACMA) 04 September 2011 - 15 January 2012.

    published: 17 Sep 2011
  • Kienholz. The Signs of the Times. Retrospective.

    http://www.vernissage.tv | The exhibition Kienholz. The Signs of the Times at Schirn Kunsthalle in Frankfurt am Main presents the provocative and polarizing work of Edward Kienholz and Nancy Reddin Kienholz. The show starts with early sculptures and installations by Edward Kienholz such as The Blue Wagon (1960), The Carnivore (1962), and The Nativity (1961), and culminates in Ed and Nancy Kienholz's spectacular installation The Ozymandias Parade (1985). The Signs of the Times aims to highlighting the essence of Edward Kienholz and Nancy Reddin Kienholz's oeuvre. More information and photo set: http://vernissage.tv/blog/2011/10/24/kienholz-the-signs-of-the-times-schirn-kunsthalle-frankfurt/ Ed and Nancy Kienholz's work caused a lot of opposition and uproar because of the unvarnished depic...

    published: 24 Oct 2011
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Kienholz. The Signs of the Times
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Rebellious, provocative, and ever polarizing, Kienholz's oeuvre has always caused quite a stir since its beginnings in the mid-1950s, first the works of Ed Kienholz alone, then later, from 1972 on, the collaborative projects with his wife, Nancy Reddin Kienholz. This is scarcely astonishing, since religion, war, death, and the more inscrutable sides of society and its social conflicts have always been at the center of their works. Dealing with such subjects as the sexual exploitation of women in prostitution, the role of the media, and the effects of ethnic conflicts,they pinpoint fractures of Western societies which have hardly been remedied to this day and thus lend the oeuvre its unmitigated topicality. But this contemporaneity is not due solely to the themes dealt with; today we view the works as anticipating central trends in contemporary art: Jonathan Meese, Thomas Hirschhorn, and even John Bock. Since the major retrospective in New York, Los Angeles, and Berlin in 1996, the exhibition at the Schirn will be the first to show a series of the spectacular "moral tableaus" together with the impressive smaller sculptures. 22. October - 29. January 2012 Curator: Martina Weinhart
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The Story of an Artist...Ed Kienholz 1961
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The Story of an Artist...Ed Kienholz 1961

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A half-hour documentary that tracks controversial assemblage artist Ed Kienholz as he prepares for a one-man show at the Ferus Gallery in Los Angeles in 1961. A raucous party at Barney's Beanery follows the crowded opening. Written and Directed by William Kronick
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Curator's Talk: Paul Schimmel on Edward Kienholz
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Curator's Talk: Paul Schimmel on Edward Kienholz

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To coincide with the opening of 'Re-View: Onnasch Collection', curator Paul Schimmel gave a talk on the late Edward Kienholz. Hauser & Wirth London, Piccadilly, Tuesday 17 September 2013 Exhibition: http://bit.ly/16xAqX5
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The Beanery van Edward Kienholz: Sporen in de tijd Restauratie van een icoon
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The Beanery van Edward Kienholz: Sporen in de tijd Restauratie van een icoon

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Copyright Kienholz, courtesy of L.A. Louver, Venice, CA
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Mario Ybarra, Jr. on Edward Kienholz /// Artists on Art
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Mario Ybarra, Jr. on Edward Kienholz /// Artists on Art

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Mario Ybarra, Jr. is an artist, educator, and activist deeply involved in the Mexican-American community and street culture of greater Los Angeles. He is co-founder, with Karla Diaz, of Slanguage, an artist group based in Wilmington, CA, that promotes intergenerational art education and cross-community discussion of contemporary art. About the video series: LACMA's Artists on Art videos offer insights into works in the museum's encyclopedic collection that have inspired and informed artists working today. Looking at art through their eyes, we hear directly from artists about works that intrigue them and have fed their own creativity. http://www.lacma.org/artistsonart
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Hommage an Edward Kienholz
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Hommage an Edward Kienholz

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Edward Kienholz (* 23. Oktober 1927 in Fairfield, Washington; † 10. Juni 1994 Hope, Idaho) war ein amerikanischer Objekt- und Konzeptkünstler. Er gilt als einer der führenden neodadaistischen Künstler, die den Schritt vom dadaistischen Environment zur Objektmontage vollzogen haben. Leben In den 1950er Jahren begann Kienholz, der nie eine Kunstakademie besuchte und daher weitgehend Autodidakt war, sein künstlerisches Schaffen mit Holzreliefs, er ging nach und nach zur Dreidimensionalität über. Seine Materialien sind objets trouvés, in seinem Fall kann man sie aber auch objets cherchés nennen, da er gezielt auf Trödelmärkten nach Gegenständen für seine Kunst suchte. Wichtig war für ihn, seine Environments mithilfe von Lack oder Farbe zu einer Einheit zu verbinden. Effekte wie zum Beispiel Licht oder Geräusche spielen ebenfalls eine große Rolle in seinen Kunstwerken. Im Unterschied zu anderen Künstlern der Pop Art griff Kienholz immer wieder gesellschaftskritische Themen wie Rassendiskriminierung, Gewalt, Unterdrückung der Frau und den Vietnamkrieg in seinen Werken auf. Er spielte in seinen Werken auf die Themen Geburtenregelung, Chancengleichheit und Diskriminierung, Oberflächlichkeit und Doppelmoral der Bürger, aber auch auf den verschwenderischen Leichtsinn in der amerikanischen Gesellschaft an und sprach Tabuthemen wie Vergewaltigung, Kriegsfolgen, ältere, kranke und behinderte Menschen, die von der Gesellschaft allein gelassen werden, an. Beispielhaft sei das große raumfüllende Tableau „Das tragbare Kriegerdenkmal" (im Original: "Portable War Memorial") von 1968 genannt. Hier setzte er die nationalen Ikonen Kate Smith, Uncle Sam und die Soldatengruppe des United States Marine Corps War Memorial in Arlington in einen Kontext von Propagandamaschinerie und Konsumgesellschaft. Festzuhalten ist hierbei, dass Kienholz mehr ein Moralist als ein Gesellschaftskritiker ist. -- Er wertet nicht, er zeigt! Ed Kienholz war bereits viermal verheiratet, als er Nancy Reddin kennenlernte; mit ihr blieb er sein restliches Leben lang zusammen. Nancy wirkte auch bei Eds Kunst mit und seit ihrer Zusammenarbeit sind die Werke auch mit ihrem Namen als Edward & Nancy Kienholz signiert. Diese Gleichstellung mehrerer Künstlern, die an einem gemeinsamen Werk gearbeitet hatten, war zur damaligen Zeit neu und revolutionär. 1957 eröffnete er eine Gemäldegalerie in Los Angeles, die Ferus Gallery. Kienholz nahm 1968 und 1972 an der 4. documenta und der Documenta 5 in Kassel teil. Seit 1973 verbrachten er, Nancy und ihre drei Kinder die Sommermonate in Hope, Idaho und die Wintermonate in Berlin. 1977 eröffnete er die Faith and Charity in Hope Gallery. Ab den 1970er Jahren führte er seine concept tableaux-Werke nur noch nach Auftrag aus. In Düsseldorf präsentierten er und Nancy 1989 in der Städtischen Kunsthalle ihre Werke in der Ausstellung Kienholz 1980's. 1996 und 1997 wurde sein Werk in einer Retrospektive in New York und Berlin gezeigt. Kienholz wurde mit einem Dollar in der Tasche, einer Flasche Rotwein und einer Urne mit der Asche seiner Hündin in seinem Packard begraben. Quelle. Wikipedia
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COOL SCHOOL
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COOL SCHOOL

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I do not own the rights to this. Arthouse films 006 The Cool School Story of the Ferus Gallery and the early days of the LA art scene
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Kienholz: The Hoerengracht | Exhibitions | The National Gallery, London
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Kienholz: The Hoerengracht | Exhibitions | The National Gallery, London

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Curator Colin Wiggins introduces 'Kienholz: The Hoerengracht', a new installation at the National Gallery recreating a scene from Amsterdam's Red Light district. Featuring interviews with artist Nancy Kienholz. Discover more on the National Gallery website: http://www.nationalgallery.org.uk/whats-on/exhibitions/kienholz-the-hoerengracht
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Kienholz: Berlin/Hope (2014)
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Kienholz: Berlin/Hope (2014)

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Nancy Reddin Kienholz & Peter Nestler give a first hand account of the recent exhibition "Kienholz: Berlin/Hope" at L.A. Louver. Learn more about this exhibition at http://www.lalouver.com/html/exhibition.cfm?tExhibition_id=1003
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EDWARD KIENHOLZ- Il trovatore MARIA CALLAS
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EDWARD KIENHOLZ- Il trovatore MARIA CALLAS

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1927 - 1994 El arte de Edward Kienholz es su acusación de lo que el veía como la hipocresía y la inmoralidad de la vida contemporánea. Nacido en Fairfield, Washington, se crió en una granja en la parte oriental del estado. En su juventud aprendió carpintería y mecánica. Después de una serie de trabajos, Kienholz se estableció en Los Angeles, donde se involucró en las artes. Junto con otros artistas de vanguardia de la zona, abrió galerías de arte, siendo la más notable la Galería Ferus. A pesar de su falta de formación artística formal, comenzó a emplear sus conocimientos de mecánica y carpintería en la fabricación de pinturas y relieves collage montados a partir de materiales recuperados de las calles y aceras de la ciudad. En 1960 se retiró de la Galería Ferus para concentrarse en su arte, creando grandes cuadros sobre el medio ambiente. Los ensamblajes de Kienholz creados con objetos encontrados - detritus de la vida moderna, a menudo incluyendo figuras del elenco de la vida - a veces vulgares, brutales y espantosos, se enfrenta al espectador con preguntas acerca de la existencia humana y la inhumanidad de la sociedad del siglo XX. Debido a su tono satírico y anti-establishment, sus obras han sido a menudo vinculados al movimiento de arte de funk con base en San Francisco en la década de 1960. En la década de 1970, Kienholz recibió una beca que le permitió trabajar en Berlín con su esposa y colaboradora, Nancy Reddin. Su trabajo ha sido ampliamente aclamado, especialmente en Europa. En 1973, y Reddin y Kienholz se mudaron de Los Angeles a Esperanza, Idaho y durante los siguientes veinte años dividieron su tiempo entre Berlín y Idaho. Kienholz murió en Idaho en 1994.
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Beanery - Edward Kienholz - Stedelijk Museum Amsterdam - Vlog vAnDré #51
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Beanery - Edward Kienholz - Stedelijk Museum Amsterdam - Vlog vAnDré #51

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➤ Bedankt voor het abonneren. ➤ Bedankt voor het blauwe duimpje. ⇩ Kijk hieronder voor meer vAnDré ⇩ Kijk op: www.vAnDre.eu Camera en montage: vAnDré
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Edward Kienholz
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Edward Kienholz

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Edward Kienholz Edward Kienholz (October 23, 1927 -- June 10, 1994) was an American installation artist whose work was highly critical of aspects of modern life. From 1972 onwards, he assembled much of his artwork in close collaboration with his artistic partner and wife, Nancy Reddin Kienholz. Throughout much of their career, the work of the Kienholzes was more appreciated in Europe than in their native United States, though American museums have featured their art more prominently since the 1990s. [from Wikipedia] Music:Underworld-Bruce Lee
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Singular Visions: Edward Kienholz, The Wait, 1964-65
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Singular Visions: Edward Kienholz, The Wait, 1964-65

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In this video, curator Dana Miller discusses the Whitney Museum's care and handling of Peetie, the live bird included in Edward Kienholz' installation "The Wait" (1964-65), on view in the exhibition "Singular Visions."
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Kienholz: Five Car Stud / Fondazione Prada, Milan
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Kienholz: Five Car Stud / Fondazione Prada, Milan

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The exhibition Kienholz: Five Car Stud at Fondazione Prada in Milan, Italy, brings together a selection of artworks realized by Edward Kienholz and Nancy Reddin Kienholz, including the work that gives the show its title. In this video, we have a look at the exhibition, and curator Germano Celant provides us with an introduction to the show. The video also includes an interview with Nancy Reddin Kienholz, who talks about how she and Edward worked together, and the actuality of their work. This video is an excerpt, the complete video is available at http://vernissage.tv The installation Five Car Stud is a life-sized reproduction of a scene of racial violence. The work has earned a lot of attention and controversy and is considered one of the artist’s most significant works. Edward Kienholz created Five Car Stud from 1969 to 1972. It was first exhibited at documenta 5 in Kassel in 1972. After that it was hidden from view in the storage of a collector for almost forty years. Five Car Stud was only presented once again to the viewing public in 2011 and 2012 following restoration, first at the Los Angeles County Museum of Art and then at the Louisiana Museum of Modern Art in Denmark. Today the artwork is part of the Prada Collection. It’s being shown for the first time ever in Italy, where it forms the central nucleus of an exhibition that presents 25 artworks including sculpture, assemblages and tableaux realized by the Kienholzes from 1959 to 1994. The exhibition also presents documentation material on the history and making of Five Car Stud. The show runs until December 31, 2016. Kienholz: Five Car Stud at Fondazione Prada, Milan (Italy). Exhibition walkthrough and interviews with Germano Celant and Nancy Reddin Kienholz, May 18, 2016. More videos on contemporary art, design, architecture: http://vernissage.tv Connect: http://www.facebook.com/vernissagetv http://twitter.com/vernissagetv Browse our Archive: http://vernissage.tv/archive/posts/ Find Artists, Designers, Architects: http://vernissage.tv/archive/artists/ Art TV pioneer Vernissage TV provides you with an authentic insight into the world of contemporary fine arts, design and architecture. With its two main series "No Comment" and "Interviews", art tv channel VernissageTV attends opening receptions of exhibitions worldwide, interviews artists, designers, architects. VTV provides art lovers with news, reports and features from the international art scene. VernissageTV: the window to the art world. Das Fenster zur Kunstwelt. La fenêtre sur le monde de l'art. A janela para o mundo da arte. La ventana al mundo del arte. نافذة على عالم الفن. 到艺术世界的窗口。Окно в мир искусства. Since 2005.
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Edward Kienholz
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Edward Kienholz

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1927-1994 Artista estadounidense de originalidad inquebrantable. Su obra reflexiona sobre temas sociales y políticos contemporáneos de América de finales del siglo XX. Creó cuadrps tridimensionales, a tamaño natural, hechos con materiales de desecho que encontraba por las calles o en mercadillos. . Aunque es más conocido por su contribucion al desarrollo de las prácticas escultóricas de la posguerra, Kienholz fue también un promotor clave de la vanguardia en Los Angeles como el fundador de la Galería EMPRESA y cofundador de la Galería Ferus, un lugar fundamental y lugar de reunión para poetas emergentes de la época y artistas. De 1972 en adelante, trabajó casi exclusivamente con su quinta esposa, el artista Nancy Reddin Kienholz, que jugó un papel importante en la conceptualización y la fabricación de sus obras posteriores
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Museum exhibition // Nancy Kienholz on Five Car Stud by Edward Kienholz
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Museum exhibition // Nancy Kienholz on Five Car Stud by Edward Kienholz

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Nancy Kienholz talks about Five Car Stud, which she spent several years restoring prior to the exhibition at LACMA. More about the exhibition: http://www.lacma.org/art/exhibition/edward-kienholz-five-car-stud-1969–1972-revisited On view at LACMA: September 4, 2011January 15, 2012
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Edward Kienholz, The Portable War Memorial, Museum Ludwig Köln
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Edward Kienholz, The Portable War Memorial, Museum Ludwig Köln

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Edward Kienholz (1927 - 1994) The Portable War Memorial / Das tragbare Kriegesdenkmal 1968 Environment from various materials, tape, Coca Cola automat / Environment aus diversen Materialien, Tonband, Coca-Cola Automat Museum Ludwig Köln / Cologne
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Edward Kienholz
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Edward Kienholz

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The Beanery 1965, top stuk van het Stedelijk museum Amsterdam.
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Ed Kienholz and Nancy Reddin Kienholz Useful Art #5: The Western Hotel, 1992
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Ed Kienholz and Nancy Reddin Kienholz Useful Art #5: The Western Hotel, 1992

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Kienholz. Die Zeichen der Zeit
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Kienholz. Die Zeichen der Zeit

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Informationen unter: http://www.schirn-magazin.de/kienholz/ Rebellisch, provokant und polarisierend hat das Kienholz'sche OEuvre seit seinen Anfängen Mitte der 1950er-Jahre stets großes Aufsehen erregt: zunächst die Werke von Ed Kienholz allein, später, ab 1972, die gemeinschaftlichen Projekte mit seiner Frau Nancy Reddin Kienholz. Kaum verwunderlich, stehen doch Religion, Krieg, Tod, Sex und die abgründigeren Seiten der Gesellschaft mit ihren sozialen Konflikten im Zentrum der Arbeit. Mit Themen wie der sexuellen Ausbeutung der Frau in der Prostitution, der Rolle der Medien oder den Auswirkungen von ethnischen Konflikten legen sie den Finger auf Bruchstellen der westlichen Gesellschaften, die bis heute kaum gekittet worden sind und dem Werk eine ungebrochene Aktualität verleihen. Eine Zeitgenossenschaft behaupten jedoch nicht allein die Themen, heute sehen wir Kienholz vor allem auch als Vorläufer zentraler Tendenzen der zeitgenössischen Kunst, wie sie uns etwa in der Produktion von Jonathan Meese, Thomas Hirschhorn oder John Bock begegnen. Die Ausstellung in der SCHIRN zeigt erstmals seit den großen Retrospektiven in New York, Los Angeles und Berlin im Jahr 1996 neben eindrücklichen kleineren Skulpturen eine Reihe der spektakulären „moralischen Tableaus". 22. Oktober - 29. Januar 2012 Kuratorin: Martina Weinhart, SCHIRN
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Ed Kienholz' Beanery in re-opened Stedelijk Museum Amsterdam
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Ed Kienholz' Beanery in re-opened Stedelijk Museum Amsterdam

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The renovated 'Beanery' installation by Ed Kienholz in the newly opened Stedelijk Museum Amsterdam. A classic: I was feeling 12 years old again, walking through this magnificent piece of art...
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Kienholz on Exhibit - part 1 (of 3)
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Kienholz on Exhibit - part 1 (of 3)

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Born in 1927 in the border area between Washington and Idaho, Kienholz moved to Los Angeles in 1953, where he began making a series of bas-reliefs with found material. Prior to his death in 1994, he was primarily known for his "Assembly Art" sculptures, consisting of mannequins, stuffed animals, and pieces of clothing, focusing on subjects such as controversial as bordellos, back seat sex, and abortion. Steels extremely entertaining film consists of audience reactions to a Kienholz exhibit at the LA County Museum of Art, which includes his well-known pieces "The Birthday, Back Seat Dodge, and Roxy's. You may want to watch the video before reading my reactions. Review (first pass and in process): Art is a window, through which perception peers. As such it can have value whether you "like" what you see or not. Personally, I found some of Kienholz's imagery very disturbing. However, those images were disturbing not in and of themselves; but rather because of what they said about society and the human experience. The manikin on springs brought to mind the perfunctory manner by which sex can manifest; unthinking, unfeeling, merely instinctual. Whille its true, we're hardwired to procreate. It's unfortunate that an experience capable of fostering some of our most profound expressions of love and tenderness. Can be reduced to not much more than the repetitive motions of a sewing machine. The initials carved into the manikin's body. Speak of, among other things, conquest and a form of ownership that is still all too prevalent in society. After seeing them, I half expected to find "Kilroy Was Here" scrawled on an inner thigh. - No, these are not pleasant images. Or more significantly, pleasant aspects in society. However, the art conveys important realities of society for us to be aware; because it is only through recogniizing the unpleasant aspects of society that we can we begin to confront, challenge and move through them. Other fascinating aspects to this video are the facial expressions and comments by the exhibit audience members. While watching and listening to people's reactions to Kienholz's art. I was surprised to realize that 1969 was so close to the 1950's. Conversely, I was pleased to see the range of ages for people who... "got it". - It is also worth noting that this exhibit was occurring simultaniously to the time the Haight district in San Francisco was hosting peak experiences. As you see, other images are whimsical, humorous and express great insight. In many cases, I found Kienholz's works to be inspired. The most disturbing images were beyond my capacity to comment upon. Im looking forward to reading your comments. .
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PST revisits Ed Kienholz's 'Five Card Stud' at LACMA
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PST revisits Ed Kienholz's 'Five Card Stud' at LACMA

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Visit Nancy Reddin Kienholz as she discusses her late husband Ed Kienholz's work from 1972 entitled "Five Car Stud", now on view at the Los Angeles County Museum of Art (LACMA) 04 September 2011 - 15 January 2012.
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Kienholz. The Signs of the Times. Retrospective.
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Kienholz. The Signs of the Times. Retrospective.

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http://www.vernissage.tv | The exhibition Kienholz. The Signs of the Times at Schirn Kunsthalle in Frankfurt am Main presents the provocative and polarizing work of Edward Kienholz and Nancy Reddin Kienholz. The show starts with early sculptures and installations by Edward Kienholz such as The Blue Wagon (1960), The Carnivore (1962), and The Nativity (1961), and culminates in Ed and Nancy Kienholz's spectacular installation The Ozymandias Parade (1985). The Signs of the Times aims to highlighting the essence of Edward Kienholz and Nancy Reddin Kienholz's oeuvre. More information and photo set: http://vernissage.tv/blog/2011/10/24/kienholz-the-signs-of-the-times-schirn-kunsthalle-frankfurt/ Ed and Nancy Kienholz's work caused a lot of opposition and uproar because of the unvarnished depiction and thematization of sexual power and exploitation, abuse of political power, racism, and institutionalized faith. The controversy around Edward Kienholz's work Back Seat Dodge '38, which was shown as part of a solo exhibition at the Los Angeles County Museum of Art (LACMA) in 1966 is one example of the violent reactions that Kienholz's work caused. The Los Angeles County Board of Supervisors declared the work that shows two faceless figures having sex in a car "pornographic" and the exhibition was hotly discussed in local newspapers. Another major Kienholz work, Five Car Stud 1969-1972, Revisited is currently on view at the LACMA. Edward Kienholz was born in Fairfield, Washington in 1927. He was a self-taught artist and acquired many impressions, insights, and manual skills that would later be decisive for his artistic work from working as a nurse's aid, a used car salesman, a handyman, and a proprietor of a bar. In 1954, Edward Kienholz settled in Los Angeles, where he got in contact with the avant-garde art scene, and where he produced his first wooden reliefs and assemblages. He organized exhibitions and opened the NOW Gallery in 1956 and the Ferus Gallery in 1957. He started to create three-dimensional 'tableaux', large-scale installations for which he used found objects and everyday things such as TV sets, car parts, furniture, loudspeakers, and also plaster casts of various family members and friends. Kienholz. The Signs of the Times (Die Zeichen der Zeit). Schirn Kunsthalle Frankfurt am Main. Opening reception, October 22, 2011.
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