Archive for February, 2012
Modern Art 2012 is rapidly approaching which gives us a fluttery feelings in our bellies. It also allows us to visit the ghost of Modern Art past. We particularly love this video shot and edited by Modern Art’s faithful documentarian, Andy Lawless. It stars everyone’s favorite Renaissance Man, Michael Baltzell, and gives a great overview of the marvel that was Modern Art 2010. So many great rooms, artists and installations! Worthy of a look, if only to hear Enrico Caruso played on the gnome record player in the bathroom.
TOMORROW, MARCH 1ST 2012, IS THE DEADLINE FOR ARTIST SUBMISSION FORMS FOR MODERN ART 2012
For Modern Art 2010, artists Bill Lewis and Kirsten Furlong collaborated in Room 117. Using the work of the German performance/installation artist, sculptor and art theorist Joseph Beuys as inspiration, Lewis and Furlong spent the whole of Modern Art within their room in a tableau vivant. Take a look at the photos below and marvel at the dramatic incidental scene that they were able to create! Then be sure not to miss Modern Art 2012 at the Modern Hotel on May 3rd.
To see more of Kristen and Bill’s work visit their websites at:
The Modern Hotel is perfectly located in the heart of Tree Fort Music Festival country in downtown Boise. It is a stumble away from three of the top Tree Fort music venues–across the street from the Linen Building, around the corner from the Neurolux and three blocks from the Main Stage. This hotel package includes four days of concerts, along with other music happenings. Each package includes two general admission tickets to the festival for all four days, two “keep that music playing” pig lighters from the Modern and a “Welcome to the Festival, friend” drink voucher at the Modern Bar a, $20 value.
Packages are limited to guests who book all three nights, so book early to get in on the deal.
Modern Art 2012 is coming up May 3rd! Yes!
The Artists Submission Forms are now available on this website or at the front desk and are due by March 1st. Here’s a smidge of the creativity that was on display at last year’s event. Thanks to Andy Lawless for documenting and editing this short film for us; you can’t go wrong with a little
mariachi, vanilla ice and packing peanuts.
MODERN ARTIST APPLICATION
for more info contact Amy or Kerry @ firstname.lastname@example.org
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