How to paint like Willem de Kooning – with Corey D’Augustine | IN THE STUDIO

You should really have a lot of fun this week because we’ll be exploring some really wonderful viscus and fluid paints here. The whole range of painter’s materials. We’re exploring the work of Willem de Kooning this week, certainly, one of the masters of the New York avant garde. And you can see in front

How to paint like Mark Rothko – No 16 Red, Brown, and Black – with Corey D’Augustine | IN THE STUDIO

How to paint like Mark Rothko – No 16 Red, Brown, and Black – with Corey D’Augustine | IN THE STUDIO

(somber piano music) Voiceover: In the 1950s, Mark Rothko explored how forms could float in space, sometimes advancing toward you, other times quietly receding away from you. Now by looking at his paintings, there’s a number of ways that we could discern how these effects are achieved. However, Rothko was notoriously hermetic about his studio

How to paint like Franz Kline – with Corey D’Augustine | IN THE STUDIO

How to paint like Franz Kline – with Corey D’Augustine | IN THE STUDIO

(jazz music) Voiceover: Around 1960, when Franz Kline had started selling some paintings, making some money, he had been working almost exclusively with house paint. Now, Sidney Janis, his gallerist, didn’t like that idea so much, perhaps because he was looking for fine art prices, not hardware store prices. What he did one night, was

How to paint like Yayoi Kusama – with Corey D’Augustine | IN THE STUDIO

How to paint like Yayoi Kusama – with Corey D’Augustine | IN THE STUDIO

Today, we are going to be working in the manner of Yayoi Kusama. Specifically. her Infinity Net paintings. These are the paintings that really launched her career here in New York City in the 1950s. You’ll see that we’re working on, I guess what I’d say is a medium format painting. It will be an

How to paint like Pablo Picasso (Cubism) – with Corey D’Augustine | IN THE STUDIO

How to paint like Pablo Picasso (Cubism) – with Corey D’Augustine | IN THE STUDIO

Hi, I’m Corey D’Augustine. Welcome back to In the Studio. Today, we are responding to some of the comments from previous sections, specifically some interest in Pablo Picasso, undoubtedly one of the most crucial artists of the 20th century. Well, we’re not going to take on our friend Pablo directly. Instead, we’re going to explore

How artists transform everyday objects | Modern Art & Ideas

Artists have taken raw material and created masterpieces. Modern artists have taken a bed, a teacup and a bicycle wheel and done the same. This video is called Transforming Everyday Objects. A theme we will explore using three works. This is Marcel Duchamp’s Bicycle Wheel. Duchamp created it in 1913 and it has been in

How artists capture environments | Modern Art & Ideas

How artists capture environments | Modern Art & Ideas

We tend to think art is found in a museum, but it almost never begins there. This video is called Places & Spaces. A theme we will explore using three works. St. Paul de Mausole in the south of France was converted into an insane asylum in the early 1800s. As far as mental hospitals

Identifying art through machine learning at MoMA

Identifying art through machine learning at MoMA

Here at the Google Arts and Culture Lab we ask how can technology help us connect with culture in new ways. There is so many thing you can do when your software start understanding what is inside the content. One of the Google Arts and Culture collaborations was with MoMA So the initial problem was

Introduction to Modern Art & Ideas

Introduction to Modern Art & Ideas

Traditionally modern art has been organized, separated and discussed in great length by time period and movement. We wouldn’t be doing that. These videos will instead look at art by theme. Places & Spaces. Art & Identity. Transforming Everyday Objects. And Art & Society. These themes in an attempt to bridge the gap between modern