Chris Antemann

Chris Antemann in The Art of Food at the Jordan Schnitzer Museum of Art, Portland, OR

Chris Antemann in The Art of Food at the Jordan Schnitzer Museum of Art, Portland, OR

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In its most everyday sense, food is a physical necessity, yet its overall significance goes far beyond sustenance. Food is integral to our communities, relationships, cultures, and languages. People interact with food on varying levels. Some of us grow or gather it; more of us buy it. We transform it by cutting, cooking, and dressing it with spices, marinades, and garnishes. We use food as an intermediary to connect with others through holiday meals, business lunches, dates, and more.

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PUBLIC EVENTS


ARTIST TALK WITH CHRIS ANTEMANN


Wednesday, September 7, 2022 – 4pm – 5pm
Location: JSMA at PSU FMH 110
1855 SW Broadway
Portland, OR 97201
Cost / Admission : Free Admission

The Jordan Schnitzer Museum of Art is pleased to present a talk with Chris Antemann, an Oregon-based artist featured in our new exhibition, The Art of Food: From the Collections of Jordan D. Schnitzer and His Family Foundation. The talk will be followed by the exhibition’s opening reception.

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OPENING RECEPTION: THE ART OF FOOD


Wednesday, September 7, 2022 – 5pm – 7pm
Location: JSMA at PSU FMH 110
1855 SW Broadway
Portland, OR 97201
Cost / Admission : Free Admission

Join us for the opening reception for The Art of Food: From the Collections of Jordan D. Schnitzer and His Family Foundation. Featuring more than 100 works ranging from drawings, paintings, photographs, prints, sculptures, and ceramics by 38 artists such as John Baldessari, Enrique Chagoya, Alex Katz, Alison Saar, Lorna Simpson, Andy Warhol, and four Oregon-based artists, Katherine Ace, Chris Antemann, Malia Jensen, and Sherrie Wolf, The Art of Food showcases how some of the most prominent artists of the twentieth and twenty-first centuries have considered this universal subject. Organized thematically, it uses an artistic lens to examine the subject of food beyond its purpose as body fuel.

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Chris Antemann in Exposition Ceramiques Gourmandes at Fondation Bernardaud, France

Chris Antemann in Exposition Ceramiques Gourmandes at Fondation Bernardaud, France

FONDATION BERNARDAUD | Limoges, France

June 21, 2019 ? October 31, 2020

When art becomes epicurean, voracious, pie-eyed with the pleasures of the palate?inventing dishes, desserts, pieces mont?es or banquet scenes?sinking its teeth into an examination of our relationship with food (guilty, sensual, problematic)?we have?C?ramiques gourmandes, an exhibition cooked up by the Fondation Bernardaud, featuring fourteen international artists with a taste for ceramic: the?cr?me de la cr?me!

Fired clay and fine fare have long been companions. Gustatory pleasure has inspired artists in every era: what we eat says so much about humankind, its environment and its excesses. The feasts we see here are technical feats, to be savored visually, virtually. Like a mouthwatering promise. You can almost hear the ?mmmm?s, ?yum?s, and ?more?s.

In the 18th century, during the vogue for naturalism, ceramicists played with trompe l?oeil. Fantasies in faience and porcelain, decorated plates or trick displays, were wildly popular through Europe?England, Hungary, Germany, and France. There were reproductions of radishes, artichoke quarters, and hard-boiled eggs, sometimes doused in mayonnaise. Kilns yielded?compotiers?full of olives and?bouch?es ? la reine. There were terrines in the form of pheasants, ducks, roosters; plates disguised as hearts of lettuce or bunches of asparagus;?bonbonni?res?as lemons. Bestiary and kitchen garden were called upon to decorate festal tables.

Delectation is always a question of taste. Gluttons are scourged; gourmets? refinement encouraged. What we eat reveals what we are. And in our consumer societies, now grown obese, the question of food is at the heart of sanitary, political, and ecological issues.

Olivier Castaing,?Exhibition curator

H?l?ne Huret, Director of the Fondation Bernardaud

Artists:
Chris Antemann?(USA)
Bachelot & Caron?(France)
Anna Barlow?(UK)
Charlotte Coquen?(France)
Christina Erives?(Mexico)
Jae Yong Kim?(Korea)
Juujuu Kim?(Korea)
Yuko Kuramatsu?(Japan)
Kaori Kurihara?(Japan)
Shayna Leib?(USA)
Susan Nemeth?(UK)
Marie Rancillac?(France)
Dong Won Shin?(Korea)
Jessica Stoller?(USA)

Contact Presse H?l?ne Huret : hhuret(at)bernardaud.com

Chris Antemann?s DINING IN THE ORANGERY at Bernardaud

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MASTER WORKS from PRIVATE COLLECTIONS On View & Available Online

MASTER WORKS from PRIVATE COLLECTIONS On View & Available Online

MASTER WORKS from Private Collections ON VIEW & Available Online

Mark Pharis

FERRIN CONTEMPORARY: PRIVATE COLLECTIONS
Ferrin Contemporary?is proud to offer selected works from artist archives and private collections 1950?present. These works from the 80s and 90s are now available as collectors downsize and offer a unique opportunity to acquire, fill gaps, and begin collections.
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AMERICAN STUDIO POTTERY FROM PRIVATE COLLECTIONS


Selected works are available for sale online and at the annual mid-summer open house, July 28-29 during the Hilltown 6 annual pottery tour and our HOPS+POTS event.

Warren Mackenzie?(shown at left)
Mathew Metz, Mark Pharis, Linda Sikora and?Michael Simon

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FERRIN CONTEMPORARY ON ARTSY


Artsy?features the world?s leading galleries, public and private collections, and artist estates, all in one place.?Artsy?is used by art lovers, museum-goers, patrons, collectors, students, and educators to discover, learn about, and collect art. You can find the best from Ferrin Contemporary there as well as on our website.

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Chris Antemann (shown at left)

MIDSUMMER & HOPS+POTS
July 28 & 29


Join us at Project Art for HOPS+POTS and?midsummer OPEN HOUSE in Cummington.
Work by resident artists?Sergei Isupov,?Kadri P?rnamets,?Alexandra Jelleberg, and?Paul Scottwill be on view along with selected works from Ferrin Contemporary?s current projects and recent exhibitions during the July 28 & 29 OPEN HOUSE.

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Click here for?HOPS+POTS.

DIRECTIONS: SERGEI ISUPOV?is on view at Ferrin Contemporary in North Adams, MA, through July 22.?Click for more.

CRISTINA C?RDOVA: Del balc?n?at Ferrin Contemporary in North Adams, MA. July 26?September 16.?Preview: Thurs?July 26, 5-7pm
Artist Talk: Thurs?Aug?2, 7pm.?Click for more.

SAVE THE DATE
Coming up in Cummington, MA,?HOPS+POTS?on July 28 and?PROJECT ART OPEN HOUSE?on July 28?& 29.?Click for more.

SERGEI ISUPOV?is among the featured artists at?2018 MASTERS IN CRAFT?at the?Chautauqua Institute in New York. On view through Aug 20.
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CRISTINA C?RDOVA: JUNGLA?is on view at the Alfred Ceramic Art Museum through July 29.?Click for more.

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NCECA PITTSBURGH

NCECA PITTSBURGH

REVIVE, REMIX, RESPOND
The Frick Pittsburgh
7227 Reynolds Street, Pittsburgh

Group show of contemporary artists who are breathing new life into the ceramic medium by reinvigorating age-old motifs, processes, and techniques. In 2017, artists were invited to respond to and produce new works that reference the art, objects, and social history of the collections.

Chris Antemann,?Robin Best,?Stephen Bowers,Bouke de Vries,?Ed Eberle,?Evan Hauser,?Steven Young Lee,?Beth Lipman,?Crystal Morey,?Kadri P?rnamets,?Peter Pincus,?Justin Rothshank,?Paul Scott,?Cindy Sherman, Kate Roberts,?Caroline Slotte,?Dirk Staschke,?Mara Superior,and?Kurt Weiser.

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?photo: Kurt Weiser

CHRIS ANTEMANN

Go Figure
group show at The Clay Penn
511 Penn Avenue, Pittsburgh

Revive, Remix, Respond
The Frick Pittsburgh
7227 Reynolds Street, Pittsburgh
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CRISTINA C?RDOVA
Demonstrating Artist

at NCECA Conference
Convention Center Ballroom B
Thursday, March 15, 9am?12pm
Friday, March 16, 1?4pm

?I will demonstrate the construction of a large scale torso through the use of slabs. Utilizing proportional references the building strategy will involve developing individual elements that will later stack into a four- to five-foot-tall piece.??

ONGOING:
CRISTINA C?RDOVA: JUNGLA
solo exhibition at Alfred University Ceramic Art Museum, Alfred, NY

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ED EBERLE

Revive, Remix, Respond
The Frick Pittsburgh
7227 Reynolds Street, Pittsburgh
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Onview at the Carnegie Museum of Art

Eberle Studios
229 East 9th Ave, Homestead, PA

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KATE ROBERTS

Structures of Atmosphere
group show
7800 Susquehanna St (5th floor), PIttsburgh

Revive, Remix, Respond
The Frick Pittsburgh
7227 Reynolds Street, Pittsburgh
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JUSTIN ROTHSANK

Collaboration Companions
group show at Union Project
801 N. Negley Avenue, PIttsburgh

GrowlerFest
711 South 21st Street, Pittsburgh

Revive, Remix, Respond
The Frick Pittsburgh
7227 Reynolds Street, Pittsburgh
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JASON WALKER

Supermud / Futuremud
group show of Penn State alumni and faculty
Union Project
801 N. Negley Avenue, Pittsburgh
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GrowlerFest
at Brew House?Association

group show curated by Alexandra Jelleberg and Brad Klem connecting contemporary ceramics and the thriving craft beer movement

RECEPTION: Friday, March 16, 6-10pm
711 South 21st Street, Pittsburgh

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Click for tickets and more about Growlerfest.

NCECA National Council on Education in the Ceramic Arts, annual conference is in Pittsburgh, PA.? Each year the host city provides collectors and artists the opportunity to see regional museum collections, explore established and pop-up galleries and meet up with colleagues.? The exhibitions of ceramic sculpture and studio pottery are mounted throughout the city and provide an opportunity to survey current trends and discover young artists.

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Revive, Remix, Respond at The Frick Pittsburgh

Revive, Remix, Respond at The Frick Pittsburgh

Revive, Remix, Respond:?
Contemporary Ceramic Artists and The Frick Pittsburgh

February 17?May 27, 2018

Revive, Remix, Respond

Showcases contemporary artists who are breathing new life into the ceramic medium by reinvigorating age-old motifs, processes, and techniques. Contemporary ceramicists were invited to respond to and produce new works that reference the art, objects, and social history of the collections at The Frick Pittsburgh, 7227 Reynolds Street, Pittsburgh, PA.

photo: Mara Superior, ?Kangxi Period, Qing Dynasty/ A Collection? 2018.

Remix Your Friday Exhibition Preview

Friday, February 16, 5:30-7:30pm

Join us for a happy hour in The Frick Art Museum to celebrate the opening of this exhibition, Be among the first to see this unique exhibition, which features work from established and emerging artists. The evening will also feature gallery talks from exhibition curator Dawn Brean and exhibited artist Beth Lipman (pictured).
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photo: Beth Lipman working at John Michael Kohler Arts Center.

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