Saturday, December 12, 2015

EAT and Other Suggestions



The Artist at the Table  [www.foodinthearts.com]

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Ungerer, Tomi  (b. Jean-Thomas Ungerer, Strasbourg, France, 1931) (statue of liberty, cramming down the throat, masturbation), 1967
The artist frequently creates images of sexual, pornographic, political nature.

Illustrator Tomi Ungerer’s best-known radical protest poster, this print was first made in 1967 in response to the Vietnam War. Quintessential of the artist’s boldly etched caricature style and acerbic satire, it features a white person’s arm emblazoned with the word “EAT” shoving the Statue of Liberty into the mouth of a yellow man with slanted eyes—a violent visualization of America forcing its ideals on the Vietnamese people. 

Illustrator Tomi Ungerer’s best-known radical protest poster, this print was first made in 1967 in response to the Vietnam War. Quintessential of the artist’s boldly etched caricature style and acerbic satire, it features a white person’s arm emblazoned with the word “EAT” shoving the Statue of Liberty into the mouth of a yellow man with slanted eyes—a violent visualization of America forcing its ideals on the Vietnamese people. 

Johns, Jasper  (b. Augusta, GA, 1930)  Drink More, 1964


Cottingham, Robert  (b. 1935 Brooklyn, NY)  EAT


EAT THE RICH protest march sign

Holzer, Jenny  (American, b. 1950), Survival: Put Food Out in the Same Place Every Day and Talk to the People Who Come to Eat and Organize Them, 1983-1985, foil stamping on cloth, Museum purchase. (93.3.3)


By Kim Hugo | Published March 13, 2012 | Full size is 640 × 400 pixels





Leonard, Zoe (b. Liberty, NY, 1961) Goats, Lamb ,Veal








Warhol, Andy   film, EAT, 1964 {"The very American task of eating a hamburger,"0
              

Robert Indiana eats a  
mushroom

 

FILM: Eat (1963) - IMDb

www.imdb.com/title/tt0208926/

Directed by Andy Warhol. With Robert Indiana. A man eats a single mushroom very, very slowly for the duration of the film. He is filmed (mostly in focus) with a ...


commercial metal sign  (email - info@arusticgarden.com)



Burchfield  Charles Ephraim (b.Ashtabula Harbor, Ohio 1893-  Eating Place” 20th cent
  Winter Scene

EAT ART/ ART IN FOOD, EXHIBIT, Stuttgart, Germany,  2010-2011
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EAT ART EXHIBIT (Stuttgart, Gemany)  potato pancakes
It is made of Kartoffelpuffer (German potato pancakes) which were then painstakingly nailed to the wall.  If the pancake broke, which they often did, they used a new one and tried again.  It took about 2 days to nail all the potato pancakes to the wall.


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Exhibition

Fallen Fruit is an art collaboration originally conceived in 2004 by David Burns, Matias Viegener and Austin Young. Since 2013, David and Austin have continued the collaborative work. Fallen Fruit began by mapping fruit trees growing on or over public property in Los Angeles.
We consider fruit to be many things: a subject, an object, and a symbol. Fruit often triggers a childhood memory; it’s emotional, familiar to most everyone on the planet. Everyone has a fruit story, a recollection of eating their first banana, or fig. Many of these are linked to place and family, and many echo a sense of connection with something very primal.
Collier, James   photographer Fresno, CA
The second component of EAT ART – ART IN FOOD will be an exhibition of James Collier’s photography. Collier’s photography is an exploration of community, as experienced through the food and cultures therein.




Fresno-art-eat-art-gallery

The idea of food as art started in the 1960s with Swiss artist Dieter Roth who would put the remnants of dinner just as they left on the wall such as the one above which you can see at the Eat Art show.  He also liked to use molds of various parts of his body (I’ll let you use your imagination) and serve food in these molds.

Indiana, Robert, Eat Series, 1964


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FROM  An installation of polaroids taken by Philip-Lorca diCorcia

Robert Indiana electric EAT sign

from Exhibitions, EAT ART Joseph Beuys

Eat My Globe
Simon Majumdar, geboren 1964, ist Brite indischer Abstammung und leidenschaftlicher Gourmet
Simon Majumdar: Eat My Globe, Buch

Eat with Fork  (undetermined artist)
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Buch, Simon (b. Denmark, 1983) Eat Me


Tilt 

Fabien Castanier Gallery is proud to present the first show of the New Year, All You Can Eat, solo exhibition by Tilt. Recognized internationally as a traditionally graffiti artist, Tilt began as a youth on the streets and train cars of Toulouse, France. Developing his love for graffiti in the 1980s, he perfected his artistic practice to reflect his growing love of this mode of expression. A self-declared “graffiti fetishist,” Tilt has traveled the globe to spread his vision.

January 19 – February 17, 2013
Opening Reception | Saturday January 19th 7-10pm
Fabien Castanier Gallery is proud to present All You Can Eat, solo exhibition by Tilt. All You Can Eat will exhibit new work by Tilt, including paintings, works on paper, installations, and sculpture. In his signature bubble-letter style, Tilt serves up the quintessential American feast. He has always played with the conceptual and literal application of words, and for All You Can Eat, his evocation of the “throw-up” aesthetic is no exception. Both a reflection of the American appetite and a commentary on consumption habits in general, his work uses the instantly recognizable iconography of classic American foods to present the stereotypical over-indulgent lifestyle.




Tilt Solo Exhibition | All You Can Eat Jan 19 - Feb 17


LOKI  Eat Me Drink Me series


















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