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A humorous, inclusive, and Palatable Serving of Art History, brought to you by visual artists and Art Historian Stephanie Dueñas and Russell Shoemaker. We cover Art History in a totally different way - without all the gatekeeping, privilege, and that cognitive fog called ‘art speaking’. We dig into the famous artists you may have slept through during your Art History lectures, and the ones that have been left out; possibly due to their ethnicity, gender, race, sexual identity, or lack of ins ...
 
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Oh jeez - this is a wild one......Stephanie and Russell are back with another serving and boy, is it a _ROMP_. Grab our new Three Witches Tee here: http://www.artslicepod.com/shopThis week, join them as they head further back into Art History than ever before – to the 16th century to introduce El Greco, a catalyst of Modern Art.Looking to make it b…
 
Welcome to Art Slice: an irreverent, inclusive, and Palatable Serving of Art History, brought to you by visual artists and Art Historian Stephanie Dueñas and Russell Shoemaker. We cover Art History in a totally different way - without all the gatekeeping, privilege, and that cognitive fog called ‘art speaking’. We dig into the famous artists you ma…
 
Stephanie Dueñas and Russell Shoemaker are back with another slice of Art History: they discuss Rene Magritte and his painting "The Unexpected Answer" from 1933, Giorgio “Daddy” De Chirico’s influence on Rene and the Surrealists, and De Chirico's "The Song of Love" from 1914. De Chirico’s metaphysical works were a first in art history and has since…
 
After a summer Art History hiatus, Stephanie Dueñas and Russell Shoemaker (finally) discuss Swedish painter Hilma af Klint’s journey to abstraction, from a young girl in Navy Cadet school to an accomplished, individual, and independent female artist - a rare combination in the 19th century.Hilma is often sensationalized as a mystical hermit artist …
 
WE ARE BACK with another Art Slice Short: Stephanie Dueñas and Russell Shoemaker cover one of their favorite contemporary painters, Black artist Kerry James Marshall and his painting, “Memento #5” of his Souvenir Series. You can find all the images we discuss today on artslicepod.com or instagram http://linktr.ee/artslicepodThey also discuss the Bl…
 
This week, Stephanie Dueñas and Russell Shoemaker tread through the fascinating history behind the sculpture work “Silver Bedhead” from 1946 by Alexander “Sandy'“ Calder, mobile master, commissioned by Peggy Guggenheim, a woman whose art addiction influenced Modern Art History of the last century. They go back to the beginning of Peggy and Sandy’s …
 
In your snack-size serving of Art History this week, Stephanie Dueñas and Russell Shoemaker are on vacation - BUT they’ve compiled a sampler of previous episodes for easy sharing with friends who might enjoy the show. You can find the Youtube version of the sampler at https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCaVRwPc1cFQanQi1ObR8CJAWe are truly thankful for…
 
In this week’s episode, Stephanie Dueñas and Russell Shoemaker immerse themselves in the sensory watercolor world of the prolific artist and writer Charles Burchfield: from his early psychedelic Golden phase, through his Regionalist period, and finally, the works he made toward the end of his life after revisiting those Golden Phase paintings. They…
 
In this 2 part series, Stephanie Dueñas and Russell Shoemaker discuss Frida Kahlo’s and Diego Rivera’s time in Detroit, Michigan - a moment in time that proved to be a turning point in both of their artistic careers as well as their personal lives.You can find all the images we discuss on artslicepod.com or on instagram @artslicepodFrida’s chronic …
 
Stephanie Dueñas and Russell Shoemaker discuss Frida Kahlo’s and Diego Rivera’s time in Detroit, Michigan - a moment in time that proved to be a turning point in both of their artistic careers as well as their personal lives.You can find all the images we discuss on artslicepod.com or on instagram @artslicepod“Detroit Industry Murals Manifesto”, st…
 
Stephanie Dueñas and Russell Shoemaker discuss Augusta Savage’s unstoppable ambition that knew no bounds. Her talent and courage culminated in her World’s Fair masterpiece, “The Harp”. Featuring her classic academic precision along with a refreshing quasi abstracting element - “The Harp” was and remains a piece like non other.Her monument extended …
 
Stephanie Dueñas and Russell Shoemaker discuss the Collab of the 80s - the 1880s that is, Van Gogh’s master studies of Japanese printmaker master Utagawa Hiroshige. We try to unpack the difference between influence, appropriation, and just good ol’ fashion theft. We discuss the subtle ways Van Gogh was forever changed into the artist he is known fo…
 
In your Art Slice this week, Stephanie Dueñas and Russell Shoemaker dive into Part 2 of Las Tres Witches and discuss three works including the ethereal "The House Opposite" painting by Leonora Carrington, an image from Kati Horna’s supernatural "Ode to Necrophilia Series," and lastly, another fantastic work by Remedios Varo, "Centaur Tower Landscap…
 
Stephanie Dueñas and Russell Shoemaker discuss Red Colored Elegy; a ground-breaking graphic novel that shook the manga world with its unusual illustrations and depictions of the everyday mundane and raw human emotion in 1960s-70s Japan. Probably inspired by his own life experience, Hayashi gives us a glimpse into the manga machine churning out cont…
 
In your snack-size serving of Art History this week, Stephanie Dueñas and Russell Shoemaker briefly discuss the influence of Tarot Cards on artists from the 20th century with a couple contemporary examples sprinkled in including Leonora Carrington, Salvador Dali, Andre Breton and (some of) the Surrealists, Remedios Varo, Yoshitaka Amano and Suzanne…
 
In your serving of Art History this week, Stephanie Dueñas and Russell Shoemaker introduce the fascinating lives of The Three Witches aka Remedios Varo, Kati Horna and Leonora Carrington. All images for this episode can be found on Instagram @artslicepod or artslicepod.com We discuss the war, heartbreak and trauma that brought these powerful female…
 
Stephanie Dueñas and Russell Shoemaker discuss Three Flags; a drawing from 1960 based on a sculptural painting by the same name from 1958. Our Art Pantry entry of the week is Encaustic. Our Art Assignment is to make your own personal flag. In this episode, we discuss Jasper John’s disruption of the 1950’s post war New York art scene. Topics include…
 
Stephanie Dueñas and Russell Shoemaker save a Demon Reindeer from Christmas cheer. To do so they cover not one but two spooky artworks: The Scream, a 1893 painting by Edvard Munch and A Disturbing Presence, a painting by a lesser known artist, Remedios Varo from 1959. Our Art Pantry quickie of the week is Tempera. And we have no Art Assignment this…
 
Stephanie Dueñas and Russell Shoemaker discuss Attorney Street (Handball Court with Autobiographical Poem by Piñero); a language packed and illustrative painting of 80’s era Lower East Side by a lesser known artist, Martin Wong, from 1984.In this episode, we discuss Martin Wong’s time in, and inspiration from, the crumbling New York of the 1980s. T…
 
Stephanie Dueñas and Russell Shoemaker, your artist sherpas, answer all of your itching syphilis-ridden questions and discuss Dominant Curve; a vibrant, athletic, and abstract painting by Wassily Kandinsky from 1936. Our Art Pantry entry of the week is Oil Paint. Our Art Assignment is to make an abstract composition, with whatever materials you hav…
 
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