{ October/December 2014 Issue }

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The October/December 2014 edition of On View Magazine is now available
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{Pg. 38} Coming into Fashion: A Century of Photography at Condé Nast

Seductive, provocative, eccentric, and powerful—fashion photography experiments between commerce and creativity, mainstream and sub-culture, industry and art. More than just purely commissioned work and aesthetic documentation, it not only records the Zeitgeist, individual longings and society’s dreams, it also influences, stimulates and encourages imitation. Incorporating some 150 images created by 80 of the world’s most […]

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{Pg. 50} The Paintings of John Mellencamp

John Mellencamp is a Grammy® winner, co-founder of Farm Aid, and the creator of a catalog of songs that launched the Americana movement in roots-oriented music. The multi-talented singer-songwriter, actor and humanitarian is also an accomplished painter, and his artwork is the focus of a new exhibition at Museum of Art–DeLand. “The Paintings of John […]

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{Pg. 60} The Taos Society of Artists

The Mennello Museum of American Art concludes its “Art of the American West” series with the October 3, 2014 opening of “The Taos Society of Artists,” an original exhibition curated by the Museum’s executive director, Frank Holt. The exhibition, which also coincides with the presentation of “George Catlin’s American Buffalo,” on loan from the Smithsonian […]

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{Pg. 76} Ruth Bernhard: Body and Form

Regarded as one of the greatest photographers of the female nude, Ruth Bernhard’s images are praised for their elegant study of the female form, displayed in exquisitely printed traditional gelatin silver photographs. Through the dramatic use of light and abstraction of the body, she has created images of unique expression, beyond eroticism or fantasy. In […]

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{Pg. 86} Bryan Drury: Terrestrial Visions

An impressive series of hyperrealistic portraits will be featured in a new solo exhibition at the Boca Raton Museum of Art, on view November 9, 2014 through January 11, 2015. “Bryan Drury: Terrestrial Visions” presents a survey of oil paintings from 2008 to the present by the New York-based artist who finds inspiration in challenging […]

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{Pg. 98} ReTooled: Highlights from the Hechinger Collection

Repurposed, Reframed, Reimagined… Groundbreaking 20th century artists illuminate the overlooked subject of tools with pun, wit and wonder. Ocala’s Appleton Museum of Art, College of Central Florida presents an engaging and thought-provoking look at this unexpected focus of inspiration through more than 40 imaginative paintings, sculptures, works on paper, and photographs. Curated by Jared Packard-Winkler […]

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{Pg. 110} Jim Miller: Elegant Waders—Photographs of Florida’s Shallow-water Birds

Why are birds beautiful? Why are the forms, colors, rhythms, and patterns that often serve to attract other birds so compelling to people? A new exhibition at the Florida State University Museum of Fine Arts in Tallahassee presents a stunning survey of photographs focusing on the particular aspects of birds and their behavior that create […]

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{Pg. 8} Someday is Now: The Art of Corita Kent

“Someday is Now” is the first full-scale survey of more than 30 years of work by Corita Kent (Sister Mary Corita). A teacher, a civil rights feminist and anti-war activist, Corita—as she is commonly referred to—was one of the most popular American graphic artists of the 1960s and 1970s. Throughout her rich and varied career, […]

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