ich bin Carina, 25 Jahre alt und freue mich schon sehr, euch kennenzulernen! 🙋🏼♀️
Ich selbst schließe gerade mein Masterstudium in Finanz- und Informationsmanagement ab und arbeite nebenher bei einem Startup in München. 👫📱
Ich liebe es, mit kreativen und motivierten Menschen zusammenzuarbeiten und dabei auch noch gute Laune zu haben. 🙃 Ich bin jedes Mal beeindruckt, wenn ich sehe, was ein tolles Team gemeinsam an Ideen generieren und auch umsetzen kann. Daher bin ich schon sehr gespannt, mit euch im @creatorsclassroom aktiv zu werden und eure Ideen mit wachsen zu lassen. 🧠🙌🏼🚀 #socialstartup#coolschool#schoolstartup#startup#womeninstartups#coolkids#ideas#augsburg#munich
Все бы ничего, но учиться в школе по субботам не очень🤦🏽♀️
Этот день нужен, чтобы развлечься и зарядиться энергией на следующую неделю.⚡️
А одного воскресенья слишком мало😬
Как относитесь к шестидневке? Учитесь по субботам?
The amazing Green School Bali. We did a tour today and it was fascinating. Green architecture of sustainable bamboo structures provide a breathtaking environment to learn in. Experiential learning and no exams has seen the students who have graduated go on to do amazing things. Lucky them to be able to go here #coolschool#greenschool#greenschoolbali
A scion of the art world passed away on Wednesday. Ed Moses will be remembered as one of L.A.’s most productive and experimental artists of the last half-century. He was an abstract painter who never adopted a signature style, leading him to dub himself “The Mutator.” Moses formed the “Cool School” of artists, a group that included Ed Ruscha, Robert Irwin, Larry Bell, Edward Kienholz, John Altoon, Ken Price and Billy Al Bengston, at L.A.'s influential Ferus Gallery in the 1950s and '60s.
“My thought is that the artist functions in a tribal context, that he is the shaman. When the urban life came in, tribes no longer existed … but there was still a genetic core of shamans, of magic men, broken loose and genetically floating around. And when they had this gene, they shook the rattles.” #rip Ed Moses, iconic Los Angeles artist who painted every day until his last #edmoses#coolschool#losangeles#ferusgallery#studio
Remembering Ed Moses (04/09/1926- 01/17/2018):
Moses had his first exhibition at Ferus Gallery in 1958 while still a graduate student at UCLA. It was at Ferus that Moses would become a member of the raucous group of artists known as the “Cool School”; a group that included Kauffman, Billy Al Bengston, Robert Irwin, Edward Kienholz, Ken Price, Ed Ruscha, Larry Bell, John Altoon and Wallace Berman—all of whom pushed the boundaries of Post-War art and shaped the nascent LA art scene at a time when almost none existed. His decades long friendships in the art world include Ed Ruscha (pictured), Frank Gehry, Tony Berlant, Vija Celmins, Alexis Smith, and James Hayward.
RIP #EdMoses, a prolific West Coast artist who made a significant impact on postwar art. He was born in Long Beach and became a member of the Cool School, a group of artists living in LA that included Walter Hopps, Edward Kienholz, Bob Alexander and Ferus Gallery. In an interview with @artnewsmag in 2016 he said, “I like to think that I’m in art history in some way. But I’m atypical. I like not fitting. In fact I am working on pieces that are all about that, things that come together by chance. I think my whole life has evolved from chance factors. I don’t know what I’m doing. I go into things, like this interview, cold. I don’t know what I’m going to say. And that’s the way I have always approached painting. I like dealing with things I don’t know about.”
Ed Moses | Bo-Dog, 1988-97 | Mixed media in vellum
So saddened by the passing of Ed Moses. These are pics from my interview with him at his studio a few years ago for the John McLaughlin exhibition. Thank you, Ed, for your humor, generosity, kindness, and utter brilliance. You will be missed. #EdMoses#LApainters#ferusgallery#coolschool
Venice artist and co-founder of the West L.A.-based "Cool School," Ed Moses, has died at age 91. We visited his studio and spoke with him in 2015. (Link in bio.) We share our condolences. More to come... #RIP#EdMoses#CoolSchool PC: @tedsoquiphotography
“He was a striking presence and force of nature to be reckoned with, especially in his later years. If anything, he went guns a-blazing into his old age and seemed to speed up instead of slow down. He loved painting, for him to be alive was to paint, it’s how he marked his existence.”
#EdMoses, #coolschool painter, alumnus (BA ‘55 & MFA ‘58), and instructor in the Department of Art from 1968-72 & 1975-76)
Ed Moses will be dearly missed by the #UCLAarts community. Read about his incredible life, link in bio.