Thursday, August 24, 2017

Former JOURNEY LEAD SINGER ROBERT FLEISCHMAN: Artist Talk & Closing Reception, Wednesday, August 30, 6 - 8 pm (Chicago,IL.)




You are cordially invited to an artist talk & closing reception 

ROBERT FLEISCHMAN
"WORLD IN MY EYES"

WEDNESDAY * AUGUST 30  *  6 to 8 pm
Artist / singer / songwriter / producer Robert Fleischman played with such notable bands 
as Journey, Vinnie Vincent, Channel and his current band, The Sky. He penned some of Journey's biggest hits such as "Wheel In the Sky" "Anytime" and "Winds of March" on the multiplatinum "Infinity" album as the band became a legendary success.  

In 2005,  Journey and Robert were recognized with a star on the
Hollywood Walk of Fame, and in 2016, they were inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame.

Join us Wednesday, August 30th for an intimate conversation with Robert about his own multi-dimensional journey from artist to rock star and back to his original roots as an artist.  

Fleischman recently met with Janet Davies of ABC News to talk about his exhibition "WORLD IN MY EYES" at Hilton | Asmus Contemporary and the inspiration behind it. 



"We often find that artists are multi-dimensional in their talents to express, create and take our breath away in ways we don't expect. "World in My Eyes" is just that, a poetic vision of the world that takes a journey into a myriad of places, from sun, sky, stars and constellations to figures that are flying into space or falling out of space; to the symbolism of fruit, birds, dancers and whatnot all reaching for something.  My favorite part is the reaching.  What is there in life but to continue to stretch ourselves, to aspire to, to jump or fall into our lives.  Robert's characters are all going or returning from somewhere.  Past, present, future?  Who is to tell? "  ~ Arica Hilton
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Lucie Editions Featuring Herman Leonard






Lucie Foundation Presents Iconic Jazz Photographer

HERMAN LEONARD


Herman Leonard (1923-2010) was the 2008 Lucie Awards recipient for the Achievement in Portraiture Award. The Lucie Editions poster designed with Herman's photograph "Chet Baker" is available online at the Lucie Store as well as through the Amazon Lucie Editions Photography Collection.


The Lucie Editions have been developed to continue to promote the photographic work of our master photographers honored through The Lucie Awards since 2003, our Lucie Honorees. Additional Lucie Honorees involved in the new series of editions include:
Bruce Davidson, Victor Skrebneski, Eli Reed, Li Zhensheng, Nobuyoshi Araki, Gianni Berengo Gardin, George Tice, Arno Rafael Minkkinen, Arthur Leipzig, Lisa Kristine, and John Iacono. To view the extended collection, please click here.

Available online through the Lucie Store and Amazon, each 18" x 24" iconic poster is available at $25.00 (unsigned in an edition of 450) or $50.00 (signed in an edition of 50).

Your purchase is tax deductible to the extent allowed by law and will help to support the programs of the Lucie Foundation.




ABOUT LUCIE FOUNDATION: 

Lucie Foundation is a 501(c) 3 non-profit, charitable foundation whose mission is to honor master photographers, discover and cultivate emerging talent and promote the appreciation of photography worldwide.

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Think you know the West? Think again!


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Shifting Ground. Colliding Cultures. Colonizing Resources. The Sublime Open. Experimental Diversity. Traverse time and space across the Greater West.

Spanning 2,000 yearsUnsettled amasses 200 artworks by 80 artists living and/or working in a super-region we call the Greater West. This geographic area stretches from Alaska to Patagonia, and from Australia to the American West. Though ranging across thousands of miles, this region shares many similarities: vast expanses of open land, rich natural resources, diverse indigenous peoples, colonialism, and the ongoing conflicts that inevitably arise when these factors coexist. 

Organized by JoAnne Northrup, Nevada Museum of Art Curatorial Director and Curator of Contemporary Art; in collaboration with artist Ed Ruscha, Unsettled makes connections among the diverse cultures and artistic practices of this super-region.The show will travel to both the Anchorage Museum and Palm Springs Art Museum.

Engage: #UnsettledFrontier @nevadaart

Learn more about these premiere programs:

Sonia Falcone on the Color Field of the Greater West

This contemporary Bolivian Latin American artist 
discusses the pigments and spices of the Western Desert and the way these additions enrich Color Field.

Sept 22 / 12 - 1 PM


Ed Ruscha and JoAnne Northrup on Unsettled: Stories from the Edge

Join the Unsettled curators as they explore the connections among the diverse cultures and artistic practices of the Greater West.

Sept 23 / 11 AM - 12 PM


3hattrio in Concert

Enjoy an evening of spacious, atmospheric, mirage-like music, spiced with old-time cowboy, classical, jazz, and Caribbean overtones.

Sept 23 / 4 - 6 PM

This exhibition is made possible by the generosity of these sponsors: Premier Sponsor: Louise A. Tarble Foundation | Lead Sponsor: Wayne and Miriam Prim | Major Sponsor: Anne Brockinton Lee; Stacie and Charles N. Mathewson; Mercedes-Benz of Reno; RBC Wealth Management and City National Bank | Supporting Sponsors: Kathie Bartlett; Barbara and Tad Danz; Brian and Nancy Kennedy; Lannan Foundation; Carl & Marilynn Thoma Art Foundation | Sponsors: Anonymous; Elaine Cardinale; Denise and Tim Cashman; John C. Deane; Dolan Lexus; Elizabeth Firestone Graham Foundation; Keith B. and Sheila Burns McWilliams; Maureen Mullarkey and Steve Miller; Tammy M. and Brian E. Riggs; Piper Stremmel and Chris Reilly

Image captions: Nicholas Galanin, Things Are Looking Native, Native’s Looking Whiter, 2012, Digital photograph, 30 x 40 inches. Anchorage Museum Collection, Museum Purchase, Rasmuson Foundation Art Acquisition Fund, 2012.21.3; Sonia Falcone, Campo de Color (Color Field), 2012, Installation, dimensions variable. Courtesy of the artist. © Sonia Falcone Art; Ed Ruscha, Lost Empires, Living Tribes, 1984, Oil on canvas, 64 x 64 inches. The Marciano Collection, Los Angeles. © Ed Ruscha; Photo courtesy of 3hattrio.
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