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Gertrude Stein, born 1927, New York. Graduated in art and literature. Contemporary art collector since 1940s. Since 1962, running Gallery Gertrude Stein. Since 2008, president of Boris Lurie Art Foundation.
QUESTION: Gertrude Stein did nothing for the NO!art since 1967. Where is her keen interest in Social Work when she separates Boris' friends and artists from the NO!art involvement?
Gertrude Stein's gallery
ARTISTS IN GALLERY GERTRUDE STEIN: Agam + Alechinsky + Appel Antonovici + Arp + Avery + Baber + Balthus + Bartheleme + Baskin + Baumeister + Baziotes + Beal + Beauchamp + Bellmer + Benoit + Berman + Bess + Biala + Biasi + Bill + Bluhm + Bolotowsky + Brandt + Brody + Browne + Burliuk + Cahn + Calder + Cassigneul + Cesar + Chagall + Chamberlain + Chapman + Charchoune + Cherry + Churchill + Cikovsky + Clark + Cocteau + Constant + Corinth + Cuevas Dali + D'Arcangelo + Davidson + Davies + Delaunay + Derain + D'Espagnat + de Henriquez + de Kooning + de Rivera + de Silva + Dine + di Suvero + Dominik + D'Orazio + Dorkin + Dowd + Duchamp + Eilshemius + Fine + Fonari + Francis + Freundlich + Friederson + Frost + Ganso + Gatch + Gay + Gentils + Glintenkamp + Gnoli + Gontcharova + Goodenough + Gorky + Gottlieb + Graham + Gross + Hare + Hart + Hartigan + Hartley + Herbin + Higgins + Hoch + Hofer + Hundertwasser + Hutchinson + Jenkins + Johnson + Junkers + Kahn + Kanemitsu + Kars + Katz + Kees + Kiesler + Kline + Koch + Kuh + Kupka + Kusama + Kuwiyama + Larionov + Lebduska + Lebel + Manoucher + Lebenstein + Lebrun + Leger + Lewitt + Lichtenstein + Liebmann + Lipchitz + Lipton + Lurie + Maclet + Magritte + Man Ray + Marca-Relli + Marcoussis + Marfaing + Marisol + Maryan + Matta + Meyers + Milder + Millares + Mora + Moroson + Mostel + Muller + Nadelman + Nevelson + Nogouchi + Oldenburg + Oliveira + Ossorio + Ozenfant + Papart + Pereira + Pfeiffer + Picabia + Platt-Lynes + Pons + Pruitt + Quirt + Raffaelli + Rebay + Resnick + Rice + Richter + Rivers + Rodin + Rose + Rosenquist + Russell + Sargent + Scarlett + Schwitters + Segal + Shapiro + Siquieros + Slivka + Sprinchorn + Steichen + Stella + Stern + Tamayo + Tanning + Taylor + Tchakbasov + Tcheletchew + Thompson + Tobey + Toledo + Vasarely + Venet + Vertes + Van Dongen + Van Vechten + Von Wiegand + Vytlacil + Walkowitz + Warhol + Wesley + Wilde + Wols + Wright + Yektai + Zogbaum + Zorach
Gallery Gertrude Stein | 56 West 57th Street Floor 3 | New York, NY 10019
Gallery closed 2014
On May 30, 2010 at 18:13 Gertrude Stein wrote:
This is an incredible must see film. This has to be the best video of 2009. I do not know how it possibly could have been shot. I believe that the cameraman is from France.
Sometimes less says more: a growl or a snarl can be worth a thousand words. Without any verbal dialogue, the raw emotions of the wilderness are vivid in this segment of The Bear, a film about the actions of animals in relation to humans. In this suspenseful part of the story, a cub is hunted by a mountain lion who shows no mercy. Without any verbal dialogue, the raw emotions of the wilderness shine through.
Film Reviews: Storytelling doesn't get much purer than this--a film with virtually no dialogue and not a minute that isn't fascinating, either for the plot it pursues or the way director Jean-Jacques Annaud gets his ursine stars to do what he wants. The story deals with a young cub who, after his mother is killed in a landslide, bonds to a lumbering male Kodiak. The two of them then must cope with an invasion of hunters into their territory - and Annaud makes it clear whose side he's on. Aside from stunning scenery, the film offers startlingly close-up looks at bear behavior. They say the best actors are the ones that let you see what they're thinking, a trick Annaud manages with his big, furry stars. - Marshall Fine
The Bear has all the marks of a classic. Lauded by animal rights groups for its respect for the integrity of all species, it manages to speak out eloquently against the senseless hunting of wildlife without having to depict killing to make its point. Instead, it emphasizes the ties that bind the human and animal worlds together. - Frederic and Mary Ann Brussat