A Quotidian Life: Finding Beauty in the Ordinary. Jeanie Tengelsen Gallery.
My painting "KEN" was selected by very famous Curator and Art Historian Franklin Hill Perrell, to be part of this amazing exhibitition "A Quotidian Life: Finding Beauty in the Ordinary" at Jeanie Tengelsen Gallery. Franklin Hill Perrell is a well-known art historian, curator, and writer. His career at the Nassau County Museum of Art in Roslyn Harbor, New York spanned over twenty years, culminating in the title of Chief Curator. There, he curated over fifty major exhibitions and numerous contemporary shows, including Miro & Calder, Chagall, Picasso, School of Paris, American Realism, Between the Wars, Pop & Op, and Surrealism. Recent curatorial activities include Feast for the Eyes (with art by Lichtenstein, Warhol, Oldenburg and Wesselmann), The Garden Party (with art by Chagall, Rivers, Hockney and Tiffany) and Long Island Collects (with art by Degas, Monet, Miro, Renoir and Matisse) at the Nassau County Museum of Art in Roslyn Harbor, as well as a retrospective of Richard Gachot’s America at the Heckscher Museum in Huntington.
Jeanie Tengelsen Gallery. 107 East Deer Park Road Dix Hills, NY 11746. http://artleagueli.net/node/1340. More:
MoMA PS1.Fernando Carpaneda painting "KEN" was published in the annual surrealist collaborative artist book YO-New York. The book will be at NY Art Book Fair @MoMA PS1. Stop by Jo Rosenthal & Friends in the zine dome, booth B25! More:
Fernando Carpaneda is an underground punk artist. He works with clay sculptures and paintings.
Fernando Carpaneda is an underground punk artist. He works with clay sculptures and paintings. His main theme is always the human being. His sculptures and paintings capture subjects that reflect the extraordinary side of the human element. Homeless people, punk rockers, pop stars, unknown artists and outcasts are recreated to the minutest detail in his sculptures and paintings. More:
Talk Show, Talking About. Blip TV. Queens (New York). Cara Kilduff and Jonathan Griffith are joined by extraordinary artist Fernando Carpaneda, who discusses his life, work and inspirations. More:
Seattle Erotic Art Festival. Fernando Carpaneda was named as a Juror's Choice for Visual Art at the 2016 Seattle Erotic Art Festival. More:
Instinct.Berlin #5 _ Self destruction Poetry. Berlin, Germany.
Instinct.Berlin #5. Self destruction Poetry. Self destruction: Where to start?
Starting from zero seems like a very peaceful beginning, neutral. A new chapter with a wiser skin. But for that we need destruction, a constructive one, learning from our past self. This exhibition embraces the idea of the struggling artists and celebrates the darkness of their creative process. Here we wish to celebrate, as the heart of the exhibition, what is the misunderstood and questionable dichotomy between madness and brilliance. We look to unfold the ways we can grow due to and despite of our struggles. We don’t have all the answers. But we are participating in the conversation.Instinct.Berlin is an experimental and collective art project focused on discussing ideas of the male/masculinities as a physical, social and political construct in contemporary society as seen from an open spectrum of perspectives.Instinct.Berlin presents a bi-annual art exhibition & a residency program. Instinct.Berlin links artists internationally and brings together young as well as more experienced artists.Curated by Eric LeRouge, Instinct.Berlin#5 features 10 international artists from a variety of disciplines, including photography, drawing, painting, sound, performance and video: More:
The Art of Fernando Carpaneda
Fernando Carpaneda Paintings Are Featured in the Book: "The Best of Punk Globe Magazine". In August 1977 Ginger Coyote released the first issue of Punk Globe Magazine. This book includes stand-out interviews with Debbie Harry, Joe Dallesandro, Pauley Perrete and More:
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