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Catalogue of an exhibition at the Whitney Museum of American Art, 2 November-12 December 1971.
|Statement||[catalogue] by Walter Hopps and Elke Solomon.|
|Contributions||Hopps, Walter., Solomon, Elke., Whitney Museum of American Art.|
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In the course of his brief artistic career, John Altoon made an explosive impression on the Los Angeles art community of the s and ’60s, in part because of his volatile personality. Altoon was a member of the Ferus Gallery scene, alongside Robert Irwin, Ed Kienholz, and Ed Ruscha.
He produced drawings, paintings, and prints of overt Nationality: American. Mar 31, · Discover Book Depository's huge selection of John Altoon books online. Free delivery worldwide on over 20 million titles.
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The specific requirements or preferences of your reviewing publisher, classroom teacher, institution or organization should be applied. Background Altoon was born in Los Angeles, California, United States, on November 5, Education John Altoon attended the Otis College of Art John Altoon book Design between andthe Art Center College of Design in Los Angeles from toand also the Chouinard Art Institute (now part of the California Institute of the Arts) in Published by Museum of Contemporary Art, San Diego, Artwork by John Altoon.
Contributions by Andrea Hales, Milton Wexler. Text by Peter Selz. This catalogue documents the history of artist John Altoon and his role as one of the key Californian abstract expressionist.
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This book includes photographs of many previously undocumented works as well as a historical and contextual essay, a distinctive text by artist Paul McCarthy, and brief statements by Monica Majoli, Monique Prieto, Laura Owens, and Barbara T.
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A beautifully produced monograph devoted to the paintings and drawings of John Altoon, a central figure in the Los Angeles art scene of the s and s. Jun 19, · John Altoon, "Untitled",from the Hyperion series Oil on canvas the late curator Walter Hopps, the late therapist Milton Wexler and dealer/writer/curator Klaus Kertess.
The book provides an intimate presentation of a much-loved artist along with some pretty and some smutty pictures.
Banner image: John Altoon's Ocean Park Series #8. Unearthed: The Rediscovery of John Altoon. Maxwell Williams. Maxwell Williams is a freelance writer based in Cypress Park, Los Angeles. His essays about art and culture have appeared in The New York Times, Condé Nast Traveler, W, Grantland, Interview, The Hollywood Reporter, GOOD, and Art in America.
From the typeface of “The Godfather Author: Maxwell Williams. May 20, · Praise for The Astonishing Works of John Altoon "A handsome thing, with thick cardboard covers featuring the bold graphic lettering that Altoon used for the covers of.
This is the slender sixteen page catalogue published in conjunction with the posthumous exhibition of drawings by noted Venice artist John Altoon held at Ed and Nancy Kienholz' Faith and Charity in Hope Gallery. Its sole text is a heartfelt reminiscence of Altoon and Ferus Gallery days by Kienholz.
Recently while looking through the book Photographing the LA Art Scene, –, I came across an intriguing image: a photograph of artist John Altoon teaching a drawing class at Art stpaullimoservice.com caught my attention was that in place of a typical life-drawing setup (in which students draw from a nude model), the photograph shows easel-toting students grouped around two jazz musicians.
Feb 04, · The guy hired for the job was aspiring young artist Ed Moses, along with his friends Walter Hopps, John Altoon and Craig Kauffman.
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John Altoon: Advertising Satire. John Altoon ('49) was an important presence in the L.A. art scene of the s and '60s. As a member of the Ferus Gallery (Venice) group, he applied an expressionistic style to painting the bohemian life of the city streets and beaches.
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All about John Altoon: 12 Paintings by John Altoon. LibraryThing is a cataloging and social networking site for booklovers. Book descriptionsAuthor: John Altoon. The page exhibition catalogue—the first major book on the artist’s career—is co-published with DelMonico Books/Prestel.
This publication reproduces many John Altoon, photo by Jon Gordon, courtesy Cecilia Dan Fine Art (right) John Altoon, Untitled,from the portfolio About Women. Find many great new & used options and get the best deals for John Altoon (, Paperback) at the best online prices at eBay.
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Exhibition: John Altoon On View: June 8–September 14, (Image Captions on Page 3) The Los Angeles County Museum of Art (LACMA) presents the first major retrospective of John Altoon (–), an artist whose brief but significant career unfolded in The page exhibition catalogue—the first major book on the artist’s.
John Altoon (–) was one of the most outspoken, charismatic, and complex figures of Los Angeles’s Ferus Gallery scene of the late s and s. Like many Los Angeles artists, Altoon attended art school on the GI Bill, first at Otis Art Institute and then at Art Center in Pasadena.
Travels. Feb 19, · Altoon was trained as an illustrator (he studied at Otis Art Institute from –49, Art Center College of Design from –50, and Chouinard Art Institute in ), and among the greatest revelations of John Altoon are his –64 inks on illustration board. John ALTOON About women: from a set of ten prints for a book (purple outline with green, pinks and orange) GEMINI, Ltd.
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John Altoon was well known for his pencil and ink drawings (ca. ss), mostly contained in sketchbooks and tablets, as well as numerous loose sketches and several mixed-media works on board. Altoon - WWII Navy service in the Pacific. John Altoon was a friend and an influence on artist Ed Ruscha.
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Jun 03, · This first major book on John Altoon, a legendary figure of the Los Angeles art scene in the s, examines the artist’s work not only in the context of his peers but also considers his resonance for later generations of artists.
Renowned as much for his charismatic and mercurial personality as for his vibrant and visceral drawings and paintings, John Altoon is perhaps the least familiar of. With an exhibition checklist. In a protective clear acetate dustwrapper.
This is the catalogue published in conjunction with a posthumous Walter Hopps-curated Whitney Museum of American Art retrospective of fifty drawings and lithographs by the quirky Los Angeles-based, Ferus Gallery-affiliated artist John Altoon. Apr 11, · The Guardian - Back to home.
'These guys were flying blind': new book explores Los Angeles art of the 60s These guys included Ed Ruscha. Jun 12, · Although John Altoon had all the academic credentials, and even taught college art classes at Los Angeles' Art Center, where he'd done his undergraduate work aroundhis art was not really exceptional.L.A.
born inAltoon was of the right generation to embrace Abstract Expressionism, which he did. In the actress married west coast abstract painter John Altoon.
They spent their honeymoon in Reno, Nevada. Both led busy lives and enjoyed their time away from work by relaxing in a home they remodeled in the San Fernando Valley of California. Altoon was an art instructor in Los Angeles.
He contributed art for a series of record album covers. John Altoon-Drawings and Prints, Whiney Museum of American Art New York, NY John Altoon - Memorial Exhibition, La Jolla Museum of Art, La Jolla, CA (solo) The Princess and the Frog Series and Cowboys and Indians Series, Quay Gallery, San Francisco, CA (solo) John Altoon, San Francisco Museum of Art San Francisco, CA (solo)Nationality: American.
Hard Freight Café, an open mic event, will be held at 7 p.m. Tuesday, March 3, in the Titelman Study of the Misciagna Family Center for Performing Arts at Penn State Altoona with a kick-off reading by poet and fiction writer George Looney.John Altoon Art For Sale - 3 Listings.
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