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, One Window Is Clear - Notes to Lou Andreas Salome (1965), oil paint, fabric, magnetic tape, canvas, paper, gloves and photographs on masonite board 🎨

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Hahtag #caroleeschneemann: Spin, spin! It’s a pin wheel painting

Spin, spin! It’s a pin wheel painting by . , 1,

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Hahtag #caroleeschneemann: Treating myself to tomato soup and feminist theory

Treating myself to tomato soup and feminist theory on a Sunday

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will be attending Gala on March 1st! P.P.O.W Gallery will present rare, vintage performance photographs by the groundbreaking artist - Booth A21. Here: "Interior Scroll" (detail), 1975, gelatin silver print.

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Artists have a variety of methods to make their mark. Every Friday we will share a photograph of an . Carolee Schneemann uses her body to examine the role of female sensuality in connection to the possibilities of political and personal liberation from predominantly oppressive social and aesthetic conventions. Using a rope attached to the ceiling of a train car, Schneemann "held a chalk in one hand extended, so that changes in weight, position, and movement were charted by the free motion of the hand on the perimeter of the walls and floor it touched.” This performance, which Schneemann called Tracking (1973), itself recalls the earlier works of , who, similarly suspended, paints with his feet on floor-based canvases, and who once wrestled mud as a public performance. Photo: Carolee Schneemann performing Tracking, 1973. ©2013 Artist Rights Society (ARS) New York. Photo: Peter Moore ©2013 Estate of Peter Moore/VAGA, NYC.

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1957 =genius! A must see exhibition at 1

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Carolee Schneeman: Up To and Including Her Limits, 1966 (detail) e 1 oftheday e contemporáneo

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, One Window Is Clear - Notes to Lou Andreas Salome (1965), oil paint, fabric, magnetic tape, canvas, paper, gloves and photographs on masonite board 🎨

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LES GARS! An afternoon well spent in Long island City 1

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completely insane, completely innocent

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No it’s not a Rauschenberg...More discoveries at retrospective. 1,

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Spin, spin! It’s a pin wheel painting by . , 1,

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Rediscovering at 1. This painting was inspired by .

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MoMA PS1 presents the first comprehensive retrospective of , spanning the artist’s prolific six-decade career. As one of the most influential artists of the second part of the 20th century, Schneemann’s pioneering investigations into subjectivity, the social construction of the female body, and the cultural biases of art history have had significant influence on subsequent generations of artists. “Carolee Schneemann: Kinetic Painting” begins with rarely seen examples of the artist’s early paintings of the 1950s and their evolution into assemblages made in the 1960s, which integrated objects, mechanical elements, and modes of deconstruction. 📷:

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Channeling my inner artistic side✨ at the Museum of Modern Art (MoMA) PS1- one of the oldest and largest nonprofit contemporary art institutions in the United States located in NYC. Such an amazing experience and wonderful, powerful, & bold Exhibit by Carolee Schneemann. I learned so much & took some cool pictures as well! 🔥

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“Sir Henry Francis Taylor,” 1961.

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“Caroleee Schneemann’s: Kinetic Painting”

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“Three Figures After Pontormo,” 1957 1

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From the excellent Carolee Schneeman exhibition at MOMA PS1 1

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Big news! We're excited to announce that our 2018 Hall of Fame Inductees are: Paul Beatty, novelist and poet (Fellow in Poetry '93); Phil Gilbert, Head of Design, IBM (Patron of the Arts); and visual artist Carolee Schneemann (Fellow in Performance Art/Emergent Forms '87). Tickets are on sale at nyfa.org for the Thursday, April 12, 2018 gala at (130 Bowery, New York, NY 10013). . 📷: New York Foundation for the Arts Hall of Fame Benefit 2017, Photo Credit: Carl Timpone/ .

61 1 Jan 17, 2018

On this week's PoP Highlights: "How did I manage to get to the great museum on the parkway, perched like a castle above the two rivers?"- Read her essay on hurbcarles at https://paintersonpaintings.com/carolee-schneemann-on-arthur-b-carles/ ist

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The legendary, taboo-breaking artist Carolee Schneemann is best known for once pulling a scroll out of her vagina. Now, offers a full view of her sixty-year career in the exhibition “Kinetic Painting.” David Deitcher reviews. (Link in our bio)

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We heard it was , but what about ? Between 1981 and 1986, took scores of pre-internet with her cat, Cluny, using only a hand-held 35mm camera in available light. Take a look at the entire series of 84 photographs on view now in her major retrospective ! 1

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For the At The Museum fans - don't forget to check out the second half of the season which starts with Episode 05 "Open House." Take a look at MoMA PS1 and meet artists Carolee Schneemann, Naeem Mohaiemen, Alvaro Barrington, along with the stellar staff of PS1. This episode was cut by talented guest editor 1 ps1

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“Maximus at Gloucester” by Carolee Schneemann seen at the artist’s first retrospective at MoMA PS1. Made with objects (including a lobstah trap) found on the beach at Cape Ann . . . . . 1

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5 - 26 February 2018: Close-Up Film Course: Expanded Cinema⠀ Karel Doing leads a four-week course exploring the history and concepts of expanded cinema from its inception in New York and London in the 60s, to its global impact and contemporary re-invention. At the cross-over between performative arts and film, expanded cinema emerged in the mid-60s and is now considered to have influenced many aspects of contemporary media installations and performances. American artist pioneers explored its means in regards to politics and collective participation as well as radical subjective experimentation. In Britain filmmakers used its structural and analytical means to criticise the canons of commercial cinema. After two decades of relentless creativity, expanded cinema briefly faded from the cultural landscape only to resurface in the nineties sub-cultural scene when artists began re-using analogue equipment that was quickly becoming redundant in the film industry. Today, expanded cinema practice is thriving, with many artists exploring its endless means of expression.⠀ bit.ly/CU_ExpandedCinema⠀

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From exhibition at 1 This work “Noise Bodies 1965” incorporates found objects worn by the artist and in performance pieces. The artist certainly incorporates so much in her work: lots of ephemera, found objects, unusual materials not typically used to make art, lots of printed matter and loads of “stuff” (my word!). Amazing, difficult art—lots to take in, lots to think about. Curator organized by Congratulations to PS1 and the curatorial and installation team (and their registrars! OMG!!)

31 0 Jan 15, 2018

major retrospective at 1 This installation “More Wrong Things” is in a gallery with 22 tv monitors (single channel video). The artist ask viewers to consider how images of violence & human suffering circulate in the mass media. Museum visitors are bombarded with tough & disturbing images. What a complex exhibition to curate ( ) and organize ( ). Amazing, engaging & provocative show. How the hell did they achieve this? How in the world did Schneemann create this enormous body of work that is so intense, so deeply personal?

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