ArtBabble: Akio Takamori en Color and Fire <div class="field field-type-nodereference field-field-institution"> <div class="field-label">Institution:&nbsp;</div> <div class="field-items"> <div class="field-item odd"> <a href="/partner/los-angeles-county-museum-art">Los Angeles County Museum of Art</a> </div> </div> </div> <p>The Los Angeles County Museum of Art presents Color and Fire. This video explores the evolution of the 20th century ceramics in interviews with many of the leading figures in the field, including Ruth Duckworth, John Mason, Ron Nagle, Otto Natzler, Richard Shaw, and Betty Woodman. Featuring discussions about Abstract Expressionism, Funk, sculpture, vessels, and the role of ceramics in the art world . These interviews provide fascinating glimpses into the studios, lives, and work of an inspirational group of artists.</p> Abstract Expressionism Akio Takamori Anne Currier Anne Hirondelle Archie Bray Foundatino Betty Woodman Beverly Mayeri Bob Arneson bowl brick brick making California ceramic Ceramics Cindy Kolodzieiski clay Collie Hooven craft David Furman Decorative Arts Doug Jeck Ewen Henderson funk art Geo Lastomirsky glaze interview Jerry Rothman Jim Leedy John Gill John Mason Karen Koblitz kiln Kurt Weiser LACMA Los Angeles Los Angeles County Museum of Art Marek Cecula Michael Lucero modern modernist Molly Hooven Nancy Selvin Neil Moss Otto Natzler paint Painting Patti Warashina Paul Soldner Peter Voulkos pot potter potter's wheel potters pottery process art Ralph Bacerra Richard Devore Richard Shaw Robert Arneson Robert Brady Ron Nagle Rosaline Deisle Rudy Autio Ruth Duckworth Sculpture sculptures Shoji Hamada Stephen De Staebler stoneware Surrealism tea teacup teapot utilitarian utilitarianism vase velles vessels Wayne Higby Contemporary Art Los Angeles County Museum of Art 14dbf90a8c9dfff6 Fri, 17 Jul 2009 21:30:27 +0000 JUN TIANGCO 3283 at