Must-See Art Guide: Z├╝rich

We’re spending this last week of the fall season in Zürich, rounding up the hottest art in the alpine city. First on our list is a solo exhibition of pioneering Surrealist artist Meret Oppenheim at Galerie Ziegler SA. Expect to experience Oppenheim’s playful bronze sculpture, characteristic wit, and her critical awareness of female identity and exploitation as manifest in her works on paper. For more subversive, humorous object art, check out Claes Oldenburg at Galerie Gmurzynska, one of many heavy-hitters featured in a survey exhibition of 100 years of sculpture.

Contemporary American artists are holding their own in Switzerland’s largest city, with Alex Hubbard, Matt Mullican, and Raffi Kalenderian representing the country coast-to-coast. Hubbard’s newest Abstract Expressionist-inspired paintings are up at Galerie Eva Presenhuber, complimented by his layered, volatile video installations. Over at Mai 36 Galerie, Mullican—known for his visceral images and interest in hypnosis—continues his exploration of pattern and the picture as a physical place in his multi-media work. Meanwhile, Kalenderian’s intimate portraits oscillating between reality and illusion are on display at Galerie Peter Kilchmann. Closing out this week’s selection is Museum Haus Konstruktiv’s exhibition of work by 2017 Zurich Art Prize recipient Marguerite Humeau, an artist who takes inspiration from events of prehistory, the occult, and ancient creatures.

Browse our full list of picks below.

 

Exhibition: Jonathan Wateridge: Swimmer, oil paintings & oil studies
When: November 2, 2017–January 13, 2018
Where: Galerie Haas AG, Talstraße 62a, Zürich, Switzerland

Alex Hubbard, Illegal Muscles (2017). Courtesy of Galerie Eva Presenhuber.

Exhibition: Alex Hubbard: Chemical Compulsion
When: October 28–December 21, 2017
Where: Galerie Eva Presenhuber, Zahnradstraße 21, Zürich, Switzerland

Matt Mullican, Untitled (Yellow Monster 12) (2017). Courtesy of Mai 36 Galerie.

Exhibition: Representing That World
When: November 3–December 23, 2017
Where: Mai 36 Galerie, Rämistrasse 37, Zürich, Switzerland

Meret Oppenheim, Das Ohr von Giacometti (1933–1977). Courtesy of Galerie Zeigler SA.

Exhibition: “Meret Oppenheim
When: December 8, 2017–January 26, 2018
Where: Galerie Zeigler SA, Rämistraße 34, Zürich, Switzerland

Yves Klein, SE 6 (c. 1959). Courtesy of Galerie Gmurzynska.

Exhibition: “From Surface To Space: 100 Years of Sculpture, Relief and Collage
When: October 16, 2017–January 31, 2018
Where: Galerie Gmurzynska, Paradeplatz 2, Zürich, Switzerland

Barbara Ellmerer, Works on paper (2017). Courtesy of Galerie Andres Thalmann.

Exhibition: “Barbara Ellmerer: Recent Work
When: November 17, 2017–January 27, 2018
Where: Galerie Andres Thalmann, Talstraße 66, Zürich, Switzerland

Raffi Kalenderian, Steven (2017). Courtesy of Galerie Peter Kilchmann.

Exhibition:Raffi Kalenderian: Portraits
When: November 4–December 22, 2017
Where: Galerie Peter Kilchmann, Zahnradstraße 21, Zürich, Switzerland

Marguerite Humeau, “RIDDLES (Last Beats)” (2017). Courtesy of Museum Haus Konstruktiv.

Exhibition: Marguerite Humeau: RIDDLES (Final Beats)” and “Julije Knifer
When: October 26, 2017–January 14, 2018
Where: Museum Haus Konstruktiv, Selnaustrasse 25, Zürich, Switzerland

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AUDIO: Interviewing Anselm Kiefer

A new episode of the Art + Ideas podcast

In this episode, an interview with German painter and sculptor Anselm Kiefer doesn’t go as planned. But all is not lost. Despite—or perhaps as a consequence of—the disruptions, a candid and thoughtful conversation ensues. Kiefer’s work confronts controversial issues from recent history, including the power of war and the cycle of destruction and renewal. He is co-recipient of the 2017 J. Paul Getty Medal, an award that honors extraordinary contributions to the practice, understanding, and support of the arts.

Guerilla Flower Installations on the Streets of NYC by Lewis Miller Design

For the last few months New Yorkers have been treated to an unexpected sight during their daily commutes as random trash cans around the city have been converted into overflowing bouquets of colorful flowers. The temporary installations dubbed “Flower Flashes” are the idea of floral designer Lewis Miller Design who utilize a mixture of post-event flowers and fresh stock to create the displays on street corners or around statues, reminding us somewhat of Geoffroy Mottart’s installations in Brussels. You can see more of Lewis Miller’s work on Instagram.

Picture of the Day: Heart and Soil

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Artwork by Dimitri Tsykalov

 

Heart (2003) is a large sculpture by Russian artist Dimitri Tsykalov made from wood, bark and soil.

Measuring 170 x 100 x 100 cm (5’7″ x 39″ x 39″), the artwork was on display at Galerie Rabouan Moussion in Paris, France where the Moscow-born artist currently lives and works.

For more from Tsykalov visit his official website along with Galerie Rabouan Moussion and the Marina Gisich Gallery.

 

 

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Artist Brilliantly Illustrates Different Mental Disorders Using Only Paper Clips

Mental Illness Art

Anxiety

In 2013, Project Semicolon began to take the world by storm in a global movement to support those who struggle with self-harm, addiction, and suicidal thoughts. The initiative spawned, among other things, tattoos of semicolons as a symbol of “not the end, but a new beginning.” Inspired by this call-to-action, graphic designer Eisen Bernardo created his own twist on the social campaign. In his series #keepittogether, he replaces the semicolon with a paperclip and uses it in art depicting mental illness and disorders.

Employing the fastener in a variety of colors and compositions, Bernardo uses it as a vehicle for representing afflictions like anxiety, addiction, and obsessive-compulsive disorder. Depending on the symptoms, the paper clips are grouped together, meticulously arranged, or in the case of depression, left alone in the center of the composition. “Through these minimalist illustrations,” he describes, “I hope to promote awareness and understanding of the alarming problem.”

Why the paper clip? “A paper clip is a very simple innovation,” Bernardo writes. “It is just a twisted metal but it can keep things together (not permanently though, but still). I even have a paperclip tattoo to remind myself every day that‘I should keep things together.’” As for his symbolic choice of the paperclip, Bernardo explains: “It has a starting point and an endpoint. There is also direction of movement that can depict how people live their lives.” Like the semicolon, it too symbolizes life.

Inspired by Project Semicolon, designer Eisen Bernardo has used paperclips in art depicting mental illness and disorders.

Art Depicting Mental Illness

Bipolar Disorder

Art Depicting Mental Illness

Substance Abuse

Mental Illness Art

Dissociative Identity Disorder

Depending on the symptoms of the disorder, the paperclips are grouped together, scattered, or are all alone.

Mental Illness Art

Eating Disorder

Art Depicting Mental Illness

Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder

Art Depicting Mental Illness

Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder

“I hope to promote awareness and understanding of the alarming problem.”

Mental Illness Art

Depression

Eisen Bernardo: Behance | Instagram

My Modern Met granted permission to use photos by Eisen Bernardo.

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Everyday Objects Obsessively Organized Into Patterns By Adam Hillman

New Jersey-based “object arranger” Adam Hillman has really stepped up his organization efforts the last few months, pushing his precisely organized patterns of everyday objects into increasingly more complicated designs. Everything from breakfast cereal to office supplies finds its place in these tightly controlled symmetrical layouts that take hours to measure, cut, and arrange.

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How to Easily Incorporate 3-D Design at Any Grade Level

Doing 3-D rendering with students can be intimidating. There are so many apps out there, but few are user-friendly for both teachers and students. While you may believe in challenging students to stretch their brains by designing in three-dimensions, the reality is that there are a lot of cumbersome choices out there that don’t fit well in a school setting.

I recently learned about a 3-D design program working to change all of that, and I’d love to tell you about it today.

Introducing Morphi

morphi on screen

The motto at Morphi is “3-D Design for All,” and it’s evident they work hard to live up to that statement. I had the chance to speak with the app’s Chief Designer, Sophie Georgiou, who explained more.

“Morphi is very user-friendly but also has robust features and tools. It allows students to quickly go from 2-D to 3-D, and they find it fun and engaging to use. They can design inside and outside of the classroom and even outside of the iPad with Augmented Reality.”

Plus, she added, “Students as young as pre-kindergarten through 2nd are actively using the app as well as grades 3-5, middle school, high school, university level and professional designers.”

If you’ve been on the fence about trying 3-D design with your students, I encourage you to give Morphi a shot!

3-D Rendering in the Classroom

Before we dive into how Morphi works, let’s talk a little bit about why you might use this technology in the classroom in the first place.

3-D rendering allows students to see the connections between two-dimensional and three-dimensional work. For example, students can take a two-dimensional sketch and, using a program like Morphi, learn how it might translate into a three-dimensional object on the screen.

Furthermore, using these types of programs, students can design objects that are three-dimensional and bring them to life using a 3-D printer.

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Here are 6 Ways To Use this App in Your Classroom

1. As an extension of any lesson you teach

You can use this type of software to encourage students to create 3-D designs related to almost any lesson you teach. For example, maybe students are working on one-point perspective city drawings. Why not have them render one of their buildings in three dimensions? Or, perhaps you are working with a theme like “the future.” Why not ask your students to design a piece of furniture for 2075?

2. As a sketching or envisioning tool for sculpture projects

3-D design programs are a great way for students to visualize what they might be able to create with actual three-dimensional objects. Instead of having them sketch on paper, you can have them use the software.

3. As a way to practice observational drawing

You can also have students do just the opposite. Have them design a 3-D object on the screen and then sketch it on paper!

4. As an introduction to augmented reality

With Morphi, you can place your 3-D designs into other spaces to see how they might actually look. Challenge your students to create their own sculpture for a specific area in your community! (To see more about Morphi and augmented reality check out this video.)

augmented reality

5. To create actual objects

As mentioned above, students can use 3-D design in conjunction with a 3-D printer to create their own objects. Check out these helpful articles from our archives to get started:

6. To explore symmetry

One cool thing about Morphi is that it has a feature that helps your students explore symmetry. Challenge your students to create a symmetrical 3-D design and watch them become enthralled with the process!

Let’s Take a Closer Look at How it Works

There are a few different 3-D design programs that are good for classroom use. Tinkercad and Google SketchUp are two amazing free options. However, I don’t mind paying for Morphi because it has some features I appreciate for classroom use.

Here are 4 things I like:

  • It’s available on Windows and Mac (including on the iPad).
  • You don’t need to be connected to Wi-Fi to use it.
  • There is no login required, making it quick and easy for my young students to use it.
  • Morphi offers a free, 15-minute Google Hangout with any school using the app and has a friendly and responsive support team.

In addition, Sophie told me they purposely created basic, intermediate, and advanced tools so people of all skill levels can be successful.

If you have limited funds, but still want to try Morphi, try buying it for just a few devices and have your students rotate through.

If you’re interested in diving into some of the nitty-gritty details, check out the 2 tutorials below.

If you decide to give Morphi a try, you can find a variety of helpful instructional videos on the Morphi website and in the Morphi app under “Tutorials.” If you’d like to get creating right away, you can follow the two simple tutorials below!

Tutorial 1: How to Create a 3-D Design

  1. Once you are logged into the Morphi app, click the “+” sign to create a new grid.
  2. Once you enter the grid, you will notice panels on the top and along the righthand side that will allow you to begin creating.
  3. The panel on the right consists of a squiggle line, geometric cube, an M, and a color grid. The squiggle allows you to draw, the geometric cube allows you to add a geometric form, the M adds any letter from the alphabet, and the color grid lets you change the colors of 3-D objects placed on the grid.
  4. To begin creating a 3-D design, click any geometric form.
  5. Tap the geometric form on the grid.
  6. An arrow will appear. Depending on the form, you can change the size of the diameter or the x, y, z-axes. You can also make the form rise up or go back down on the grid by moving the arrow.
  7. When you tap your geometric form, a panel on the right will pop up on the screen to let you manipulate the design and forms. A few of the options include group, ungroup, delete, merge, and grid snap, which places any form in an upright position.
  8. The panel along the top allows you to save your work, undo and redo, select all when manipulating your design, and take a photo of your work.  You can also place your 3-D design in augmented reality which is a fun feature to explore.
  9. You can continue to add geometric forms to create a 3-D design.
  10. To change the color, tap the form and use the color options on the panel on the right.
  11. Save your design using the save button in the panel at the top.

morphi on screen

Tutorial 2: How to Transform a 2-D Design into a 3-D Design

  1. On the panel on the righthand side, there is a squiggle line.
  2.  Click the squiggle line and begin to draw in 2-D.
  3. Draw normally or click “Mirror” to create symmetrical designs.
  4. The panel along the bottom allows users to make the line thin or thick with the stroke of a finger.
  5. Click “3-D, ” and the drawing will turn into a three-dimensional form.
  6. On the grid, you can view the drawing in 3-D.  Adding geometric forms to complete the design is a great option. Or, you can simply save the design as it is.

As you and your students explore the app, you will begin to become more comfortable and familiar with all of the design options. You can even upload a jpeg image and turn it into a 3-D design! Through exploration, true learning occurs.

As technology becomes a natural part of classrooms everywhere, Morphi is a great addition to your art studio. Sophie told me, “We recognize and celebrate the power of art educators as leaders in the maker education and ed tech movements. We believe art educators are uniquely positioned in schools because they can often be more experimental and progressive in their approach to teaching – bridging the many academic disciplines including STEAM.” I couldn’t have said it better myself.

Thanks so much to Sophie for giving us insight into this cool app!

Do you use 3-D design apps in the classroom?

How do you think you could use Morphi to expand your curriculum?

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Watercolor Tattoos By Chen Jie Is The Closest Thing To Wearing A Painting

Many of us now have tattoos that decorate our bodies. Some have deep meanings, some are simply aesthetically pleasing and while the meaning might be known only by the tattooed, the beauty of the tattoo itself is visible to all.

Chen Jie is a Chinese tattoo artist whose beautiful works have won over the hearts of over 200k people on Instagram and it’s clear why. The artist creates intricate watercolour tattoos that look like real paintings that you can always bring with yourself.

Take a look at some of her works below and vote for the best ones.

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