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

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

Art’s Coming (S2, E7) | AT THE MUSEUM

Art’s Coming (S2, E7) | AT THE MUSEUM

Megan Randall, Assistant Conservator: It looks good? Like could they use a dusting, ‘cause now is the time. Bo Berkman, Lead Preparator: It looks kinda dirty, but I can’t tell if it’s like, actually like- Megan: The piece? Bo: …a part of the piece, or blowing around on the surface. Megan: Okay. Lana Hum, Director

Makes a Difference (S2, E6) | AT THE MUSEUM

Makes a Difference (S2, E6) | AT THE MUSEUM

Karlos Carcamo, Framer: Alright, here I come. Karlos: Alright. I don’t think we’re going to use drills for this. What’s that? Karlos: No drills for this. We’re just going to do all hand screws. Karlos: Just go straight up. Got it? Karlos: Alright, we’re going to lean the painting out. Switch my hands. Michael Duffy,

Art as concept: Duchamp, In Advance of the Broken Arm

Art as concept: Duchamp, In Advance of the Broken Arm

[MUSIC PLAYING] STEVEN ZUCKER: In years during the first World War, this art movement called Dada began. And one of most– SAL KHAN: Dada. STEVEN ZUCKER: Dada. Yeah. And– SAL KHAN: How do you spell? STEVEN ZUCKER: That’s D-A-D-A. It was really a nonsense word and that’s why it was called that. And the idea

Walk the Painting (S2, E5) | AT THE MUSEUM

Walk the Painting (S2, E5) | AT THE MUSEUM

Bo Berkman, Lead Preparator: There’s not that many large works or sawhorses on four or five anyway…. Bo: Let’s bring most of this to the other tables and a couple of lights to follow me with. Bo: Anny, how are you? Anny Aviram, Senior Paintings Conservator: Good morning, how are you? Bo: I’m really great.

The New MOMA: Museum of Modern Art reopening after 4-month renovation, expansion

The New MOMA: Museum of Modern Art reopening after 4-month renovation, expansion

ON THE LEGENDARY MUSEUM. >>>AS IT GETS READY TO REOPEN, THE MESSAGE IS CLEAR TO ALL WHO STEP INSIDE. WELCOME TO A NEW DAY AND A NEW WAY OF LIVING UP TO THE REPUTATION AS THE WORLD’S FINEST COLLECTION OF MODERN AND CONTEMPORARY ART. >>YOU SIT THERE AND SAY WOW IT’S SO MUCH GREATER THAN

Gave Away the Secret (S2, E2) | AT THE MUSEUM

Michael Duffy, Paintings Conservator: When we’re totally set up you’re not going to see the face of the painting, so we’re going to turn it around and then we use that basically as a grid to have the film in the right spot so we can you know make sure we hit every inch of

How to paint like Willem de Kooning – Part 2 – with Corey D’Augustine | IN THE STUDIO