4 edition of Karen LaMonte found in the catalog.
by Museum of Glass, International Center for Contemporary Art, University of Wash. Press in Tacoma, Wash, Seattle
Written in English
|Other titles||Absence adorned|
|LC Classifications||NB237.L267 A4 2005|
|The Physical Object|
|LC Control Number||2005030440|
The Paperback of the Karen LaMonte: Absence Adorned by University of Washington Press, Arthur C. Danto | at Barnes & Noble. FREE Shipping on $35 or Book Awards Book Club Selections Books by Author Books by Series Coming Soon Kids' Books New Releases Teens' Books This Month's Biggest New Releases. Subjects. Contents Foreword Josi Callan / 9 The Poetry of Meaning and Loss: The Glass Dresses of Karen LaMonte Arthur C. Danto / 11 Karen LaMonte: Absence Adorned Juli Cho Bailer / 19 Plates / 24 Artist Biography, Exhibitions, Selected Bibliography / 83 Plate List /
The Jean Outland Library and the gift shop currently have available a book titled Karen LaMonte: Absence Adorned that details this aspect of her work with glass dresses as well as plates, artist bibliography, and an exhibition list. Browing through the galleries to see LaMonte's works may pique your interest in the other classical and. Karen LaMonte. to and rusted iron. Titled Floating World, taken from her book of the same name, the show will be .
Karen LaMonte: vanitas. More Info. Warning message Important Note. The Corning Museum of Glass is temporarily closed as we do our part to limit the spread of COVID All previously scheduled classes, events, and programs are cancelled until further notice. Books. Subjects: LaMonte, Karen, Exhibitions. Glass artists United States. Karen LaMonte: nocturnes by Karen LaMonte (Book) Karen LaMonte: sculptures and sartoriotypes by Karen LaMonte (Book) Karen Lamonte: réflexions féminines: exposition du by Karen LaMonte (Book).
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Karen LaMonte is a contemporary artist working with many mediums, particularly monumental cast glass, bronze, rusted iron and monotype prints. Along with Kara Walker, Karen LaMonte is one of our great contemporary artists. While the pictures here are dazzling and the text is helpful, these glass forms must be seen at a museum.
This book is partiuclarly good for anyone who HAs seen the show.4/5(2). About the Author Karen LaMonte is a world-renowned contemporary artist who has gained international recognition for her life-sized cast-glass sculptures of 5/5(1). Karen Lamonte: Sculptures and Sartoriotypes.
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) Throughout her career, LaMonte has explored representations of the human body, and the ways clothing shapes and reflects cultural norms and perceptions. More recently she has broadened her focus to examine other kinds of bodies, while continuing to base her work on a rigorous process of research, contemplation, and technical development.
Karen LaMonte. 5, likes 1, talking about this. Artist. : Karen LaMonte Floating World () by Laura Addision; Karen LaMonte and a great selection of similar New, Used and Collectible Books available now at great prices/5(2).
Karen LaMonte’s sculptures explore how clothing defines cultural identities and acts as our “social skin.” Eschewing traditional portrayals of the nude, LaMonte’s work reveals the female form through hollow garments created in a variety of materials: bronze, glass, ceramic and rusted iron.
LaMonte began work on her Nocturnes series following Floating World; sculptures that take night as their subject. Hoping to capture the atmospheric essence of night, as John Field and Frederic Chopin had done in their Nocturne compositions, LaMonte designed and sewed evening dresses to make forms that “wrap the female body in night.” Selecting materials that communicate twilight and deep night—white.
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Works by Karen LaMonte. Neues Glass/New Glass. Spring Art and Antique. Ten Years of Cast Glass. Exhibition review. Apr Atelier Journal. Vanitas exhibition review. Jan Ceske Listy. Vanitas exhibition review. Jan CSA Inflight Magazine.
Vanitas exhibition review. Jan/Feb Reflex. Desert: Karen LaMonte. Karen LaMonte developed a unique process in creating her hauntingly sensual glass garments. She discusses her work titled "Reclining Dress Impression with Drapery," her experiments with material and process, and artistic influences.
A Short Chat with Karen LaMonte. Septem I keep these files of things I see in museums, or something I’ll tear out of a magazine or a book, and I make these little story boards as I’m developing my ideas.
And every once in a while I’ll go back— for example, say I’m developing a. Seated Dress Impression With Drapery, which we simply call "The Dress", was molded by Karen LaMonte on the body of an elderl y woman in a workshop in Prague, the city of a hundred spires.
Nine months of work, including almost three of baking in the heart of the oven, without knowing in advance if the result will be suitable: the work is a test of patience, but also of infinite love for the unpredictable.
Karen LaMonte's "Floating Worlds" exhibition is up there until the end of the year and the museum's permanent collection is full of gems. Big thanks to Marlene Rose and her assistant, Celeste, for connecting me with the museum.
Product Information. Karen LaMonte produces life-size dresses in glass, dividing her time between New York City and Prague.
She has developed a meticulous glass casting technique that involves making two molds -- one from an actual body that shapes the interior of the sculpture, the second from a garment, which shapes the exterior -- and casting them together in one shell.
Author: Karen LaMonte: Publisher: Tacoma, Wash.: Museum of Glass, International Center for Contemporary Art ; Seattle: University of Wash. Press, © COVID Resources. Reliable information about the coronavirus (COVID) is available from the World Health Organization (current situation, international travel).Numerous and frequently-updated resource results are available from this ’s WebJunction has pulled together information and resources to assist library staff as they consider how to handle coronavirus.
Karen LaMonte produces life-size dresses in glass, dividing her time between New York City and Prague. She has developed a meticulous glass casting technique that involves making two molds - one from an actual body that shapes the interior of the sculpture, the second from a garment, which shapes the exterior - and casting them together in one.Connections is the Renwick Gallery’s dynamic ongoing permanent collection presentation, featuring more than 80 objects celebrating craft as a discipline and an approach to living differently in the modern world.
Since I first saw it in the Hunter Museum of American Art. in Chattanooga, Tennessee, Karen LaMonte’s work has not left me. There was a tension, something monumental about the scale, and its complete fragility.
The way the fabric draped over a human form was so evident, but yet there was no human form underneath the fabric.