2013 RECAP

ART TALKS / PERFORMANCE

art-san-diego-2013-art-talksART SAN DIEGO 2012 | Art Talks | Photo: Franz Krachtus

ART SAN DIEGO | Art Talks provide close-up conversations between artists, curators and art professionals. These dialogues provide the opportunity to speak out loud about meaningful and not that commonly addressed issues by the creators, about their own lives and their creative processes. In addition, several discussions are focused on providing useful information for those interested in building their private or corporate collections.

FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 8

“THE GAME AT HAND”
1:00 – 2:00 pm / Center Lounge F
Visitors are invited to play “The Game at Hand,” a hand-made chess set and a poignant commentary on US involvement in the Middle East. At a distance, this piece appears to be simply a beautifully hand-made chess set. Closer inspection, however, reveals the futility of this game. As viewers are encouraged to play, it becomes clear that this game cannot be conducted fairly even with conscientious intentions. This set has toured the nation and was featured at the US Chess Championships.
JugglingKlines.com

“SIGHT UNSEEN”
5:00 – 6:00 pm / Booth #7 – Doyle Reno
A public unveiling of a monumental work of art, entirely sculpted and painted by the artists hand without the artist having ever seen the completed work prior to exhibition. The “blind reverse, free hand sculpted and painted” process.
DoyleReno.com

THINKING ON OUR FEET
5:00 – 6:00 pm / Meet at Booth #1
Come along with “Roving Docents” Debby and Larry Kline for a tour of the  galleries exhibiting at Art San Diego. The Klines will lead an impromptu discussion of selected works. Wear your walking shoes.


SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 9

LUNCH WITH THE KLINES
1:00 – 2:00 pm / Center Lounge F
In this performance piece, The Klines will have lunch in the Center Lounge. The public can enjoy and join in the creative process as they create art from the detritus at the table. Watch as napkins, straws, toothpicks and other bits of flotsam are transformed into a sculpture. “My Dinner with The Klines,” the book and DVD set created from the series, will also be on view along with short videos created while dining. The final work will be photographed for possible inclusion in the next volume of “My Dinner with the Klines.”

CALIFORNIA DREAMIN’:
A TALK WITH MUSIC PHOTOGRAPHER HENRY DILTZ

2:00 – 3:30 pm / Lounge G
In this discussion, rock music documentarian Henry Diltz presents a slideshow and discusses his work and his experiences with some of the most famous musicians of the past half century. He speaks about how he transitioned from being a musician himself to being a working photographer inside the culture of the 1960s and ‘70s rock-and-roll scene.
BHPhotoVideo.com

COLLECTOR TALK:
BUILDING PRIVATE & CORPORATE COLLECTIONS

4:30 – 6:00 pm / Lounge G
This panel will speak to building a private collection and a corporate collection and include some examples of noted local, San Diego collections.
Moderator: John Wilson, PhD, Executive Director, Timken Museum.
Panelists: Dorothy Goldeen, Art Advisor, Joy Berus, Art Attorney, Lynda Forsha, Art Advisory Services.

THINKING ON OUR FEET
5:00 – 6:00 pm / Meet at Front Entrance E
Come along with “Roving Docents” Debby and Larry Kline for a tour of the  galleries exhibiting at Art San Diego. The Klines will lead an impromptu discussion of selected works. Wear your walking shoes.


SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 10

INTERIOR DESIGN BRUNCH @ ARTISTIC LIFESTYLES
11:00 – 12:00 pm / 2100 4th Avenue, San Diego, CA 92101
* RSVP info@artisticlifestyles.com
Artist Meet & Greet: Barry Ferich
Ferich has been working with metal and stone for over 20 years. He enjoys transforming everyday building materials into art objects which bear little resemblance to the original form. Several of his pieces have been shown in local art museums including the Las Vegas Art Museum (1998) with a First Place and “Best of Show” Gallery Placement. Barry uses an eco-friendly approach with his artistic process. He uses discarded building and automotive materials to transform them into abstract, functional and non-functional pieces.
ArtisticLifestyles.com

SAN DIEGO ART PRIZE
12:00 – 1:00 pm / Lounge G
Moderator: Phyllis Van Doren, Senior Editor, San Diego Home/Garden Lifestyles Magazine.
Panelists: James Hubbell, Brennan Hubbell, Debby & Larry Kline, James Enos and Patricia Frischer.
2013 Award Recipients →


INTERIOR DESIGNER TOUR
12:00 – 1:00 pm / Meet in Center Lounge F
Lisa Wilson-Wirth, principal Wilson-Wirth Design, will invite Interior Designers / Architects to tour contemporary designs and lounge designs. Introduction to ECOR® Noble Environmental Technologies and Málama Composites.
ECORUSA.com
MalamaComposites.com

3Doodler™ IN THE STUDIO
2:00 – 3:00 pm / Center Lounge F
The Klines experiment with a cool new bit of technology that allows artists to create 3 dimensional hand drawings. Discover the remarkable possibilities with them and get a feel for the true studio experience as The Klines play with this innovative tool. The 3Doodler™ was recently brought to market through a Kickstarter.com campaign (the Klines are independent artists and have no direct affiliation with 3Doodler™ Company).
The3Doodler.com

INSPIRED BY > GEOMETRY
2:30 – 3:15 pm / Lounge G
From art to architecture, geometry has served as a wellspring for designers and artists across time and discipline. Providing inspiration and structure, geometry constantly engages — simultaneously simple and complex, familiar and unexpected. Join the design team from Wilson-Wirth Design in exploring a visual catalog of curated geometry — a global array of talent and projects touching disciplines from installation art, photography and industrial design, to fashion and interiors. See how geometric inspiration continues to influence the contemporary design world and inspire artists. Curator: Lisa Wilson-Wirth, Wilson-Wirth Design.
WilsonWirthDesign.com

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