Tim Rollins and K.O.S. Invisible Man (after Ralph Ellison), 2015 Indigo and matte acrylic on book pages on panel 36 x 36 inches (91.4 x 91.4 cm) Courtesy Studio K.O.S., Lehmann Maupin, New York and Hong Kong © Tim Rollins and K.O.S Photograph by Michael ThomasCredit © Tim Rollins and K.O.S/Michael Thomas/Pulitzer Foundation for the ArtsEdit | Remove
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Annie Dugan is just returning from vacation, and, like many of us, not only appreciated the break, but she brought back some fun ideas to invigorate her thinking about her job.
A Culinary Artist Market. Vintage & Vinyl up from the Cities. Even the cocktails will be crafted. Art in Bayfront Park will feature all that plus the work of 118 artists this weekend, and here's additional information.
The Sami Cultural Center of North America is hiding an art retrospective and a presentation about an artist activist and cartographer behind the simple-sounding Summer Picnic and Program planned for Sunday, August 18.
You can refresh your memory of Nils Skum's work here ...
And read more about Hans Ragnar Mathisen-Keviselie here.
"The term used at that time was “Sámi-æna” which is most probably a translation or rather adaption of the Norse term for the same area. To me that was less than ideal. I discussed this with Aage Solbakk, who had helped me when we made the Sámi Calendar. I asked if there is no other term that could be used, and then he checked Konrad Nielsen's famous dictionary and suggested the term Sábmi with its multiple meaning: 1. The Sámi homeland; 2. The people, 3. One person. 4. The language" ~ Hans Ragnar Mathisen-Keviselie