Terrain Gallery | Aesthetic Realism Foundation

 

The Terrain is the first gallery to show the relation between the technique of art and people's lives. Since its opening in 1955 in New York City, the Terrain has presented exhibitions of contemporary paintings, prints, drawings, and photographs, with comment based on Eli Siegel's historic Fifteen Questions, Is Beauty the Making One of Opposites? Among the artists exhibiting have been Will Barnet, Chaim Koppelman, Robert Blackburn, Ad Reinhardt, Clare Romano, Andre Kertesz, Elfi Schuselka, William King, Richard Sloat.


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22.12.2016

Gli affreschi di Piero della Francesca: il loro significato oggi

Terrain Gallery | Aesthetic Realism Foundation

Di Dorothy Koppelman Il Panello Sinistro della Legenda della Vera Croce Nella Chiesa di San Francesco in Arezzo La Regina di Saba che Adora il Sacro Legno...

1.11.2016

The Frescoes of Piero della Francesca: Their Meaning for People’s Lives Now

Terrain Gallery | Aesthetic Realism Foundation

In honor of the Piero della Francesca 600th anniversary celebration, the Terrain Gallery is proud to present this important talk given in 2007 at the Piero...

25.9.2016

Alexander Calder: Art Answers the Questions of Our Lives

Terrain Gallery | Aesthetic Realism Foundation

The first time I saw Alexander Calder’s  Lobster Trap and Fish Tail , I loved it!  I was 7, and my parents had taken me to the Museum of Modern Art....

16.12.2015

The Drama of Hardness and Softness in Painting

Terrain Gallery | Aesthetic Realism Foundation

Piero della Francesca and Jean Baptiste Camille Corot are, at this moment, both of art: their work is true to art. The immediate effect, however, of a painting...

14.12.2015

Picasso’s "Man with a Lamb": Opposites as One

Terrain Gallery | Aesthetic Realism Foundation

Surely, this monumental sculpture of a man with his feet on the earth as he rises over seven feet exemplifies that oneness of opposites which Eli Siegel,...

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