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Goldberg Merges Art & Home Design

Marilyn Huberman Goldberg and Reggie. Marilyn Huberman Goldberg is a first-generation American with French heritage. Her roots have greatly influenced her taste in fine arts and real estate. Named after Marilyn Monroe, she graduated from Boston University’s School of Fine and Applied Arts, followed by the New York School of Interior Design. Goldberg has merged her expertise in the arts with a passion for property investment. She curates exquisite experiences that begin at the front door of each home, guiding clientele through the halls to greet the likes of Van Gogh, Warhol, and Picasso. She then extends such brilliance to customer service, providing clients with her in-depth knowledge of the surrounding area based off their individual tastes. In a nutshell, Goldberg is a five-star luxury concierge of the Hamptons. Tell us a little bit about yourself. I am an art historian, curator, and designer of all things, from residential to commercial and interior design. I see a space, or ima..

Studio 41 Home Design moving into vacant Palatine auto dealership

Palatine officials say the village will gain more than a significant business when Studio 41 Home Design Showroom opens in a former Northwest Highway automobile dealership. Studio 41 executive general manager John Mannion expects the business specializing in home fixtures and décor to open in spring 2019 in the former AC Imports Jaguar dealership, 1410 W. Northwest Highway, just south of Dundee Road. AC Imports ended a 50-year run when it vacated the building in January 2017. Palatine Mayor Jim Schwantz said Studio 41 will improve the northern gateway into the village. He said the business isn't receiving incentives through a tax increment financing district or other means to take over the 35,000-square-foot structure. "It's a big win for us," Schwantz said. "There's certain things you can do within a TIF district. You can be creative. But this is outside of a TIF district, so this is truly a partn..

Meet Saudi artist Dia Aziz Dia, the designer behind the ‘Gate to Mecca’

Mecca – An aesthetic sculpture that shakes the eyes of millions of visitors to Islam’s most revered house, making it a symbol of “the road to Mecca” through the inscriptions inspired by the heritage of Saudi Arabia’s Umm al-Qura. The “Gate of Mecca”, also known as Quran Gate, was designed by Saudi artist Dia Aziz Dia in 1979 and was built at a cost of 46 mln SAR on an area of 4,712 square meters at a length of 152 meters and 31 meters in width. The gate is located on the Mecca-Jeddah highway, about five kilometers from the holy capital. Visual artist Dia Aziz confirmed to Al Arabiya that the sculpture was inspired by the body of the Holy Quran, which rests on a wooden stand, intersecting its sides in the middle of the body. SHOW MORE Last Update: Saturday, 26 May 2018 KSA 20:25 - GMT 17:25 Let's block ads! (Why?)

Q+A: Art Pays Me designer Duane Jones

click to enlarge Alex Pearson Duane Jones says APM is "about finding that balance" between making money and being creative Duane Jones has been making conversation-starting streetwear under the label Art Pays Me for years, but this Saturday he’s trying something new: His first solo fashion show, a high-concept project titled Moments In Culture, that sees a departure from pieces like his WuTang-inspired t-shirts. Here, he sits down to talk about the creative process and high fashion. Tell me the story of the name of your label? “I grew up being told that being an artist isn’t necessarily the career path to go on, and then at one point, I started to believe it myself. But then I started seeing these artists who were able to make money while still staying true to their artistic vision. There is a way you can do both and Art Pays Me is about finding that balance.” The name of your first solo show is Moments in Culture, what does that mean? “When we first thought of the name of the show, I..

Junior Designer – Berkley

Company: Penguin Random House LLC Requisition ID: 19797 Penguin Random House is seeking a well-organized Junior Designer to join our Berkley team. Supporting the Senior Art Director, this role will work on all stages of the book cover creation process from conception through design and proofing. This is a fantastic opportunity to tackle a wide range of responsibilities and create book covers for a variety of bestselling commercial fiction titles. Specific responsibilities include: * Managing and designing multiple cover projects by researching new ideas and trends, designing title fonts, and choosing color schemes. * Setting up templates, designing layouts, routing materials within deadlines, gathering files for the printer, marking-up for the Production department, and checking color before final proofing. * Preparing jacket, back cover, and original cover mechanicals from creation to final production. * Archiving completed jobs to the server. * Assisting the Senior Art Director wit..

The Week in African American Art: Designer Gail Anderson Recognized by Cooper Hewitt, Artist...

Gail Anderson of New York received the Cooper Hewitt Design Award for Lifetime Achievement. | Photo by Declan Van Welie; Paris-based Kapwani Kiwanga won the first Frieze Artist Award in New York. | Photo by Bertille-Chérot The following review of the past week or so presents a snapshot of the latest news in African American art and related culture: NEWS The Herberger Institute for Design and the Arts at Arizona State University and Los Angeles County Museum of Art have joined forces to establish the LACMA-ASU Master’s Fellowship in Art History, which combines academic training and real-world work experience. The three-year program is designed to “advance the careers of a new generation of curators, directors and other museum professionals who are committed to disrupting and diversifying the field.” The Pulitzer Prize board and the Massachusetts Institute of Technology are investigating sexual misconducted charges against author Junot Diaz. A professor at MIT, who won the Pulitzer Pri..

Looking for an architecture job in Chicago? Here are 7 great opportunities to consider

A historically important architecture hub, Chicago has served as the home to influencers such as William Le Baron Jenney, Louis Sullivan, Frank Lloyd Wright, and Ludwig Mies. The city has defined architectural language through the Chicago School, International, and Prairie School styles—setting the standard for tall, modern buildings. This week we have gathered up some exciting opportunities on Archinect Jobs located in the Windy City. You can also follow the latest Chicago-area opportunities anytime! Scroll down and search for your next position: Adrian Smith + Gordon Gill Architecture has two active listings for an Architect and a Junior Architect. Al Wasl Plaza by Adrian Smith + Gordon Gill Architecture. Image: Adrian Smith + Gordon Gill Architecture.The firm is seeking Architects at varying levels of experience from 2 to 5 years and 1 to 3 years. Both positions value sustainable/high-performance project experience with knowledge of environmental simulation analysis tools and digit..

Weiss/Manfredi, Oppenheim Architecture + Design Win 2018 Cooper Hewitt Design Awards

The Cooper Hewitt, Smithsonian Design Museum has announced the winners of its 2018 National Design Awards. The 19th annual awards program celebrates achievements in multiple creative categories, including architecture, communication, and fashion design. New York-based firm Weiss/Manfredi, whose “co-location” facility for the new Cornell Tech campus opened last year, won the Architecture Design award, while Miami-based practice Oppenheim Architecture, which recently worked with Brazilian architect Arthur Casas on the Emiliano hotel in Rio de Janeiro, won the Interior Design award. “We are honored to receive this recognition, and to be included in this incredible list of recipients,” said Weiss/Manfredi founding partners Marion Weiss and Michael Manfredi in a statement. “We’re inspired by Cooper Hewitt’s mission to illuminate the far-reaching impact of design excellence and innovation across all disciplines.” This year’s honorees also include New York-based designer Gail Anderson, who wo..

Erwin Hauer, Celebrated Sculptor of Architectural Screens, Dies at 91

An Erwin Hauer screen, formed from a weather-resistant composite of cement and crushed marble, clads a São Paulo residence by Studio MK27. Photography by Nelson Kon.Austrian-American sculptor and Interior Design Hall of Fame member Erwin Hauer passed away on December 22, 2017. He was 91. Erwin Franz Hauer was born on January 18, 1926, in Vienna. After serving compulsory military service in World War II, which left him with a leg injury and partial hearing loss, he enrolled at Vienna’s Academy of Applied Art and the Accademia di Belle Arti di Brera in Milan. In 1955, Hauer began studies at the Rhode Island School of Design with a Fulbright scholarship. Josef Albers invited him to study at Yale University the following year. Hauer went on to teach sculpture there from 1957 to 1990, named Professor Emeritus of Sculpture upon his retirement. Hauer’s sculptural architectural screens merged modularity with a mathematical expressiveness. Inspired first by Henry Moore, and later the Constructi..

Put Shine In The Sculpture

CLINTON, Iowa (KWQC) — It’s a tribute to Clinton County history. The World War One monument is dedicated to the men from the county who made the supreme sacrifice during the war. The memorial was built in 1930. The designer was French born sculptor Leonard Crunelle. Time has taken its toll on the monument. So, the local historic preservation commission Is trying to land some grant money and perhaps money from the city to help restore the monument. A company from Minnesota will do an assessment as to what needs to be done to the sculpture. Ninety years of corrosion has effected the statue. It could cost almost thirty thousand dollars to clean it up. A soldier, grief stricken mother, and two other figures adorn the statue. Alongside the monument are the names of other local veterans who died or went missing in action during World War One. The goal is to get the sculpture on the National Historical Registry. The U.S. Department of the Interior could make that final decision. Let's b..

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