Suzanne Randolph Fine Arts

Suzanne Randolph Fine Arts This is the official FB page for Suzanne Randolph Fine Arts. Please visit our website @ www.suzannerandolphfinearts.com for more information Suzanne Randolph Fine Arts (SRFA) is an art advisory and creative consultancy firm with over 25 years of experience supporting the diverse goals of corporations, real estate developers, private collectors, municipal agencies and not-for-profit organizations.

Our firm’s services include commissioning signature works of art and design within architectural contexts and urban environments, curating exhibitions of contemporary and historical focus, and providing comprehensive guidance in collections management.

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#FineArtFriday Pan American Unity: A Mural by Diego Rivera at SFMoMA | Running through Summer 2023*Swipe Right to See Fu...
09/03/2021

#FineArtFriday Pan American Unity: A Mural by Diego Rivera at SFMoMA | Running through Summer 2023

*Swipe Right to See Full Mural*

More than half a century after its creation at Golden Gate International Exposition on Treasure Island, Pan American Unity is currently on view at the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art through Summer 2023! The fresco depicts in colorful detail a past, present, and future that the artist believed were shared across North America, calling for cultural solidarity and exchange during a time of global conflict. Completed with support from local artists and assistants, with scenes of the Bay Area as a backdrop, the mural celebrates progress and community! If you're in San Francisco, don't miss your chance to marvel at this monumental mural.

About Diego Rivera: Diego Rivera, a memorable figure in 20th-century art, actively painted during the 50 years from 1907 to 1957. He was involved in the world of politics as a dedicated Marxist and joined the Mexican Communist Party in 1922. His most iconic work reflects this passion, featuring large figures with simplified lines and rich colors. Many of his scenes tell the stories of workers such as miners, farmers, industrial laborers, and peasants. Rivera remains a central force in the development of national art in Mexico. Perhaps one of his greatest legacies, however, was his impact on America's conception of public art.

Featured works:
Diego Rivera, The Marriage of the Artistic Expression of the North and of the South on This Continent, also known as Pan American Unity, 1940; courtesy City College of San Francisco; © Banco de México Diego Rivera and Frida Kahlo Museums Trust, Mexico City / Artists Rights Society (ARS), New York; Image: Cultural Heritage Imaging

#suzannerandolpfinearts #fineartadvisory #publicart #artappraisal #diegorivera #mexicanmuralism #publicart #mural #sfmoma #panamericanunity #godlengateinternationalexposition #citycollegeofsanfrancisco #mexicanart #communistart #fridakahlo

#FineartFriday Shrine Room Projects at the Rubin Museum | Running through November 12th 2021 Suzanne Randolph Fine Arts ...
08/20/2021

#FineartFriday Shrine Room Projects at the Rubin Museum | Running through November 12th 2021

Suzanne Randolph Fine Arts presents #FineartFriday and the group exhibtition Shrine Room Projects featuring Tsherin Sherpa, Shiva Ahmadi, and Genesis Breyer P-Orridge.
In dialogue with the Tibetan Buddhist Shrine Room at the center of the gallery, artists Shiva Ahmadi, Genesis Breyer P-Orridge, and Tsherin Sherpa each reinterpret traditional and religious iconography and practices through sculptural installation, painting, and video.

About Tsherin Sherpa:
Following the devastating earthquake that struck Nepal on April 25, 2015, Tsherin Sherpa returned to his home city of Kathmandu and created Wish-fulfilling Tree (2016). He worked with local craftsmen to create a seven-layer bronze mandala. Both a memorial to the destruction wrought by the earthquake and a wish for the future, the mandala is surrounded by rubble, debris, and found objects. In tandem, he continued his longstanding painting practice, represented by two works from the series UFO (Unidentified Fettering Organization) (2016).

Featured works: UFO and Wish Fulfilling Tree by Tsherin Sherpa

#suzannerandolphfinearts #fineartadvisory #appraisal #publicart #fineartfriday #rubinmuseum #asianart #tsherinsherpa #shivaahmadi #genesisbreyerporridge #tibetanbuddhistshrineroom #nepal #religiousiconography #sculpturalinstallation #painting #video

#SRFAintheGalleries Isabel + Helen: In Orbit at Saatchi Gallery | Runs through September 5 2021Suzanne Randolph Fine Art...
08/18/2021

#SRFAintheGalleries Isabel + Helen: In Orbit at Saatchi Gallery | Runs through September 5 2021

Suzanne Randolph Fine Arts presents #srfainthegalleries featuring the London-based design duo Isabel Gibson and Helen Chesner. In Orbit is a series of tonal paintings produced by contraptions that have been assembled by hand from industrial materials. This collection of imperfect circles and the tools used in their creation, explore the space between mass production & the creation of unique art works and in doing so, questions our relationship with machines. Each painting is made up of thousands of small concentric rings which vary in colour and thickness.

About Helen + Isabel: Having met whilst studying at Chelsea College of Art, they began collaborating on projects that highlighted their shared love of analogue design processes and simple kinetics. Since 2012, they have gained widespread acclaim for their works which hover at the intersection of art and design.Their practice is characterized by an ongoing exploration of movement, materials and mechanisms.

#suzannerandolphfinearts #fineartadvisory #artappraisal #helenandisabel #saatchigallery #chelseacollegeofart #kineticart #fineart #painting #sculpture #performanceart #contemporaryart #design #mechanizedart

#SRFAintheGalleries Isabel + Helen: In Orbit at Saatchi Gallery | Runs through September 5 2021

Suzanne Randolph Fine Arts presents #srfainthegalleries featuring the London-based design duo Isabel Gibson and Helen Chesner. In Orbit is a series of tonal paintings produced by contraptions that have been assembled by hand from industrial materials. This collection of imperfect circles and the tools used in their creation, explore the space between mass production & the creation of unique art works and in doing so, questions our relationship with machines. Each painting is made up of thousands of small concentric rings which vary in colour and thickness.

About Helen + Isabel: Having met whilst studying at Chelsea College of Art, they began collaborating on projects that highlighted their shared love of analogue design processes and simple kinetics. Since 2012, they have gained widespread acclaim for their works which hover at the intersection of art and design.Their practice is characterized by an ongoing exploration of movement, materials and mechanisms.

#suzannerandolphfinearts #fineartadvisory #artappraisal #helenandisabel #saatchigallery #chelseacollegeofart #kineticart #fineart #painting #sculpture #performanceart #contemporaryart #design #mechanizedart

#FineartFriday Sophie Taueber-Arp at the Tate Modern | Running Through October 17th 2021Visit the Sophie Taueber-Arp ret...
08/13/2021

#FineartFriday Sophie Taueber-Arp at the Tate Modern | Running Through October 17th 2021

Visit the Sophie Taueber-Arp retrospective currently running at the Tate Modern in London! Currently on view through Autumn 2021, this exhibition examines the work of foremost abstract artist of the 1920s and 30s in a long overdue retrospective. Taeuber-Arp's art encompasses embroideries and paintings, carved sculptures and edited magazines, puppets and mysterious Dada objects. She combined traditional crafts with the vocabulary of modernist abstraction, challenging the boundaries separating art and design.

About Taeuber-Arp: In 1927, Sophie Taeuber-Arp wrote, “The desire to enrich and beautify things cannot be interpreted materialistically, that is, in the sense of increasing their value as possessions; rather, it stems from the instinct for perfection and the creative act.” Born 1899 in Switzerland, the artist has worked as a designer of textiles, beadwork, costumes, furniture, and interiors, as well as an applied arts teacher, puppet maker, architect, painter, sculptor, illustrator, and magazine editor. Her life and career transcends the gendered restrictions of her time and leaves a lasting legacy.

Featured works:
Sophie Taeuber-Arp Equilibrium 1934 Kunstmuseum Basel. Gift of Hans Arp
Sophie Taeuber-Arp Clarissa (marionette for King Stag) 1918 Museum fur Gestaltung, Hochschule der Künste, Zurich. Decorative Arts Collection
Nic Aluf Sophie Taeuber with her Dada Head 1920 Stiftung Arp e.V., Berlin

#suzannerandolphfinearts #fineartadvisory #artappraisal #tatemodern #london #sophietaeuberarp #dada #zurichdada #theovandoesburg #CercleetCarré #AbstractionCréation #aubette #strasbourg

Suzanne Randolph Fine Arts presents #mindfulmonday featuring the words of Eve Arnold, renowned American Photojournalist....
08/02/2021

Suzanne Randolph Fine Arts presents #mindfulmonday featuring the words of Eve Arnold, renowned American Photojournalist. Magnum Photo, the world's most prestigious photo agency whose founders included Henri- Cartier Bresson and Robert Capa was formed shortly after World War II. In 1951, Arnold was the first American woman to join the group any of the iconic figures who shaped the second half of the twentieth century, yet she was equally comfortable documenting the lives of the poor and dispossessed, "migrant workers, civil-rights protestors of apartheid in South Africa, disabled Vietnam war veterans and Mongolian herdsmen. As a feminist photographer she saw the lack of representation in her industry and often created work around influential women of the time. Her curiousity as a photojournalist resulted in a robust career, complete with the honor of Lifetime Achievement Award from the American Society of Magazine Photographers.

#suzannerandolphfinearts #fineartadvisory #artappraisal #evearnold #photojournalist #photographer #americanphotographer #fineart #contemporaryart #photography #magnumphotoagency #marilynmonroe #americansocietyofmagazinephotographers #mindfulmonday #motivationmonday

Suzanne Randolph Fine Arts presents #mindfulmonday featuring the words of Eve Arnold, renowned American Photojournalist. Magnum Photo, the world's most prestigious photo agency whose founders included Henri- Cartier Bresson and Robert Capa was formed shortly after World War II. In 1951, Arnold was the first American woman to join the group any of the iconic figures who shaped the second half of the twentieth century, yet she was equally comfortable documenting the lives of the poor and dispossessed, "migrant workers, civil-rights protestors of apartheid in South Africa, disabled Vietnam war veterans and Mongolian herdsmen. As a feminist photographer she saw the lack of representation in her industry and often created work around influential women of the time. Her curiousity as a photojournalist resulted in a robust career, complete with the honor of Lifetime Achievement Award from the American Society of Magazine Photographers.

#suzannerandolphfinearts #fineartadvisory #artappraisal #evearnold #photojournalist #photographer #americanphotographer #fineart #contemporaryart #photography #magnumphotoagency #marilynmonroe #americansocietyofmagazinephotographers #mindfulmonday #motivationmonday

Suzanne Randolph Fine Arts presents #fineartfriday featuring Alice Neel: People Come First at the Metropolitan Museum of...
07/30/2021

Suzanne Randolph Fine Arts presents #fineartfriday featuring Alice Neel: People Come First at the Metropolitan Museum of Art, running through August 1st! This is your last chance to explore Neel’s first museum retrospective in New York in 20 years and features an ambitious collection of works by the artist detailing her longstanding commitment to social justice and humanist principles. This survey explores Neel’s most long standing inspiration, New York City and the many faces and places of this iconic metropolis.

Featured works:
The Black Boys, Alice Neel (American, Merion Square, Pennsylvania 1900–1984 New York), 1967
Two Girls, Spanish Harlem, Alice Neel (American, Merion Square, Pennsylvania 1900–1984 New York), 1959

#suzannerandolphfinearts #fineartadvisory #themetropolitanmuseumofart #aliceneel #fineart #portraiture #painting #humanism #socialjustice #modernart #newyorkart #peoplecomefirst #spanisharlem #queerartists #watercolor #pastel

Suzanne Randolph Fine Arts presents #mindfulmonday featuring the words of New Zealand Artist of Maori descent, Lisa Reih...
07/26/2021

Suzanne Randolph Fine Arts presents #mindfulmonday featuring the words of New Zealand Artist of Maori descent, Lisa Reihana. Reflecting on the multitudes of existences in the world, Reihana’s words remind us that maintaining a strong sense of empathy is crucial!

About Reihana: Since the 1990s she has significantly influenced the development of contemporary art and contemporary Māori art in Aotearoa New Zealand. A multifaceted artist, Reihana works across film, video, photography, installation, sculpture, design, text, performance, costume and body adornment. Influences include the Maori meeting house, the work of Nam June Paik, Jean Cocteau and Marcel Duchamp as well as the cultural theory of Adrian Piper and Bell Hooks.

Featured work: Panoramic pantomime’ … In Pursuit of Venus [Infected], part of the Oceania show at the RA.
Photograph: courtesy of the artist and Artprojects

#suzannerandolphfinearts #mindfulmonday #fineartadvisory #lisareihana #maoriart #newzealand #kiwiartist #fineart #contemporaryart #videoart #photography #femaleartist #aapi #aotearoa #aucklandartgallery #venicebiennale #namjunepaik #marcelduchamp #adrianpiper #bellhooks

Suzanne Randolph Fine Arts presents #mindfulmonday featuring the words of New Zealand Artist of Maori descent, Lisa Reihana. Reflecting on the multitudes of existences in the world, Reihana’s words remind us that maintaining a strong sense of empathy is crucial!

About Reihana: Since the 1990s she has significantly influenced the development of contemporary art and contemporary Māori art in Aotearoa New Zealand. A multifaceted artist, Reihana works across film, video, photography, installation, sculpture, design, text, performance, costume and body adornment. Influences include the Maori meeting house, the work of Nam June Paik, Jean Cocteau and Marcel Duchamp as well as the cultural theory of Adrian Piper and Bell Hooks.

Featured work: Panoramic pantomime’ … In Pursuit of Venus [Infected], part of the Oceania show at the RA.
Photograph: courtesy of the artist and Artprojects

#suzannerandolphfinearts #mindfulmonday #fineartadvisory #lisareihana #maoriart #newzealand #kiwiartist #fineart #contemporaryart #videoart #photography #femaleartist #aapi #aotearoa #aucklandartgallery #venicebiennale #namjunepaik #marcelduchamp #adrianpiper #bellhooks

Suzanne Randolph presents an inspirational #mindfulmonday featuring #sidewalksofnyc. This message was left serendipitous...
07/19/2021

Suzanne Randolph presents an inspirational #mindfulmonday featuring #sidewalksofnyc. This message was left serendipitously on a Manhattan sidewalk and we hope it gives you motivation for your Monday morning to reach your dreams!

#mindfulmonday #motivationalmonday #sidewalksofnewyork #sidewalksofnyc #wordart #suzannerandolphfinearts #fineartadvisory #publicart #chalkart #motivationalphrases #inspirationalphrases

Suzanne Randolph presents an inspirational #mindfulmonday featuring #sidewalksofnyc. This message was left serendipitously on a Manhattan sidewalk and we hope it gives you motivation for your Monday morning to reach your dreams!

#mindfulmonday #motivationalmonday #sidewalksofnewyork #sidewalksofnyc #wordart #suzannerandolphfinearts #fineartadvisory #publicart #chalkart #motivationalphrases #inspirationalphrases

Suzanne Randolph Fine Arts presents #fineartfriday featuring a by chance meeting of dear, dear artists friends. From lef...
07/16/2021

Suzanne Randolph Fine Arts presents #fineartfriday featuring a by chance meeting of dear, dear artists friends. 

From left to right: Hermine Ford featured in #srfainthestudio, Andrew Spence, Robert Moskowitz, Sique Spence and Suzanne Randolph. At SRFA we celebrate the immense talents of artists whose works have given us such pleasure through the years. We also invite you to learn more about their work.

#suzannerandolphfinearts #fineartfriday #fineartadvisory #fineart #painting #sculpture #photography #contemporaryart #nycart #newyorkart #hermineford #robertmoskowitz #andrewspence

Suzanne Randolph Fine Arts presents #fineartfriday featuring a by chance meeting of dear, dear artists friends. 

From left to right: Hermine Ford featured in #srfainthestudio, Andrew Spence, Robert Moskowitz, Sique Spence and Suzanne Randolph. At SRFA we celebrate the immense talents of artists whose works have given us such pleasure through the years. We also invite you to learn more about their work.

#suzannerandolphfinearts #fineartfriday #fineartadvisory #fineart #painting #sculpture #photography #contemporaryart #nycart #newyorkart #hermineford #robertmoskowitz #andrewspence

Suzanne Randolph Fine Arts presents a quote from artist #juliemehretu for #mindfulmonday! Currently on view at The Whitn...
07/12/2021

Suzanne Randolph Fine Arts presents a quote from artist #juliemehretu for #mindfulmonday! Currently on view at The Whitney, Mehretu’s exhibition running through August 8th features her deep exploration of painting and abstract technique. Inspired by the histories of art and human civilization, the artist’s imagery hint at their representational origins but always in keeping with her iconic abstract style! Make sure to visit the exhibition showcasing over 70 works of hers from 1996 to the present day, it is not to be missed.

Featured Work: Julie Mehretu, Untitled 2, 1999. Private collection. Courtesy of White Cube. © Julie Mehretu

#suzannerandolphfinearts #mindfulmonday #juliemehretu #femaleartist #contemporaryart #thewhitneymuseum #abstractart #fineart #painting #drawing #ethiopianart #worksonpaper #mariangoodmangallery #whitecubegallery

Suzanne Randolph Fine Arts presents a quote from artist #juliemehretu for #mindfulmonday! Currently on view at The Whitney, Mehretu’s exhibition running through August 8th features her deep exploration of painting and abstract technique. Inspired by the histories of art and human civilization, the artist’s imagery hint at their representational origins but always in keeping with her iconic abstract style! Make sure to visit the exhibition showcasing over 70 works of hers from 1996 to the present day, it is not to be missed.

Featured Work: Julie Mehretu, Untitled 2, 1999. Private collection. Courtesy of White Cube. © Julie Mehretu

#suzannerandolphfinearts #mindfulmonday #juliemehretu #femaleartist #contemporaryart #thewhitneymuseum #abstractart #fineart #painting #drawing #ethiopianart #worksonpaper #mariangoodmangallery #whitecubegallery

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