Art from 21c Hotel
As promised, here are photographs of some of the art from the latest collection at the 21c Hotel in Bentonville.
Cutup (British) 2007. Reordered bus shelter advertising poster in light box by a collaborative group of European activists-artists. Anti-Social Behavior Orders (started in 1998) were issued to juveniles for such infractions as begging, abandoning cars, noise pollution, littering and fare evasion.
Sea of Galilee (2008), Rina Castelnuovo (Israeli), color photograph. Israeli men on the Israeli-Palestine border praying for rain and possibly, eternal peace. Unintended selfie.
Strude #1, #16 and #17 (2008-09). Trine Sondergaard (Danish). Chromogenic prints on Dibond. Girls in traditional costumes. Headcoverings allude to both indigenous rituals and global debates about religious garb.
All Souls (Bielawa) 2006. Jane Hammond (American). Gouache, acrylic, organza, mica, metal leaf, handmade paper, digital prints.
La Vatrina Cloud Collection (Venice) 2012. Leandro Erlich (Argentinian). Wood, glass, acrylic. The second photograph shows a side view.
Malverk af malverki (2007-08). Hubert Noi Johannesson (Icelandic). oil on canvas. (Painting of a painting)
So there is today’s mini-tour of the 21c Hotel/Museum in Bentonville, Arkansas. If you live in Louisville, Kentucky, or Cincinnati, Ohio, you can visit your own local 21c. The art is always interesting. Till next week, enjoy life.