© Kiki Smith, Courtesy Pace Gallery
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© Kiki Smith and Jack Whitten, Courtesy Art21
Congratulations to Kiki Smith for being awarded with the U.S. Department of State Medal of Arts!
U.S. Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton hosted a luncheon in the State Department’s Diplomatic Reception Rooms to recognize AIE’s achievements and to award Jeff Koons, Cai Guo-Qiang, Shahzia Sikander, Kiki Smith, and Carrie Mae Weems for their enduring commitment to the AIE mission.
Here’s an insider-look at just some of the works currently on view at Expo Chicago. We hope you get the chance to visit us at Booth 510 this weekend.
Photo Credit: Tara Donovan, Untitled, 2009, Mylar and hot glue, 19-3/4” x 32” x 18-1/2” (50.2 cm x 81.3 cm x 47 cm) © Tara Donovan;Robert Mangold, Attic Series XIV, 1991 acrylic and black pencil on canvas, 9’ 7-1/2” x 7’ (293.4 x 213.4 cm) © 2012 Robert Mangold / Artists Rights Society (ARS), New York; Kiki Smith, Corsage, 2011, bronze with gold leaf, 68” x 40” x 2-1/2” (172.7 cm x 101.6 cm x 6.4 cm) Unique © Kiki Smith, Photo by Melissa Christy; All Photos courtesy Pace Gallery
Kiki Smith discusses her site-specific installation, Chorus, at 46th Street and Eighth Avenue with ArtInfo. Created in conjunction with Art Production Fund, it is up through September 4th in the Last Lot Project Space. Be sure to check out this colorful outdoor installation before the summer ends!
Tara Donovan, Robert Irwin, and Kiki Smith are just some of the artists on view for our Summer Group Show! We hope you can stop by 32 East 57th Street! (Taken with Instagram at Pace Gallery)
Reblog of the day! Don’t forget to visit Kiki Smith’s Chorus in Times Square this summer!
Kiki Smith - Chorus
We hope the only black cats you see this Friday the 13th are these lovely Kiki Smith sculptures!
Photo Credit: Kiki Smith, Cats, 1998 © Kiki Smith, Courtesy The Pace Gallery, Photo by: Ellen Wilson Page / The Pace Gallery
‘Haunted II’ by Kiki Smith is one of the 12 prints currently on view for the exhibit Streaming Spirits presented by SCAD Lacoste. Taking inspiration from the 19th-century genre of spirit photography, these hauntingly beautiful works on paper utilize a variety of printmaking techniques as the medium through which to capture manifestations of the self.
Photo Credit: Kiki Smith, Haunted II, 2012, c-print, 25-1/2” x 21-1/4” © Kiki Smith, Courtesy Pace Gallery
This free outdoor installation in Times Square features rainbow-colored star clusters made by Kiki Smith which pay tribute to Josephine Baker. The Last Lot (46th and 8th Ave) is a generous short-term donation to Art Production Fund from The Shubert Organization, and is part of the Times Square Allianceʼs public art program that works to bring cutting-edge art to Times Square (www.timessquarenyc.org). We hope you get to visit it this summer!
Kiki Smith, Untitled, 1992, bronze with patina, 19 ½ x 51 x 25 inches, edition of 2 + 1 AP © Kiki Smith, courtesy The Pace Gallery
Tomorrow night The FLAG Art Foundation will present “Watch Your Step,” a group exhibition with works by Pace artists Tara Donovan, Kiki Smith, and Corban Walker among others. We hope you get a chance to visit this incredible show!
Reblog of the day! We love the springy look of this bedroom and the way the Kiki Smith print is hung, looks like a perfect spot to cuddle up with a great book!
This is the master bedroom with nightstand by Holly Hunt and artwork by Kiki Smith from Pace Prints. The paint color is Tapestry Beige, OC-32, by Benjamin Moore.
Kiki Smith’s “Chorus” is filled with stained-glass installations at The Last Lot (located at 46th St and 8th Ave), presented by Art Production Fund. The stars evoke the glamorous heyday of Broadway and the Theater District surrounding the installation site. “As the sun shines through and glitters upon the translucent and opaque glass, the stars will contrast with the raw urban lot,” explained Smith.