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Timken Robert Wilson
"The Robert Wilson exhibition of video portraits is simply a new way of encouraging our visitors to look at our permanent collection. These arresting videos all are inspired by the same influences as the great works in the Timken and we're thrilled to see traditional messages being delivered in new media. The opening was a robust success with many new faces as we launched our young friends group (name yet to be determined!)." - John Wilson, Director of the Timken Museum of Art
The Timken Museum of Art held a spectacular opening February 25th, 2011 for the video portrait exhibition of Robert Wilson. In a break from the Timken's traditional exhibits,the Robert Wilson video portraits are clearly modern technologically, yet subtly reveal the layers of history and art that influenced them. With barely perceptible movements, the art breathes and moves.
Among the 4 pieces of video art are Robert Downey Jr. lying as a corpse. His left arm is being dissected in a clear semblance to Rembrandt's Anatomy Lesson of Dr. Tulp. In another Mikhail Baryshnikov poses as Saint Sebastian. For another Jeanne Moreau is in elegant velvet conjuring up Mary Queen of Scots based on the Nicholas Hilliard painting from 1578. Winona Ryder, the only video portrayed outside, is formidable peering down, only her head is visible from a mound of dirt as the character Winnie from Samuel Beckett's Happy Days.
Revolutionary.... yes. Intriguing, groundbreaking, and thought provoking for sure.
Among the many there were enjoying the Robert Wilson exhibition were Joyce Dostart, Maggi and Pat Crowell, Tim Zinn, Leslie and Gary Meads, attorney Chris Green, the exhibition installation liaison Matthew Shattuck of Dissident Industries, Sarah and John Hawkins, SDM's Megan Blaich and Chad Williams, John Hawkins' sister Laurie Hawkins, Viviana and Charles Polinsky, and Pat O'Connor.
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Attorney Chris Green with Gary Meads and Matthew Shattuck of Dissident Industries
The Artwork of Robert Wilson at the Timken Museum of Art
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Above and Below, Veronica Wilson with her father John Wilson
Kima the Service Dog and Arthritis Honoree with Leslie Meads
Gary Meads and John Hawkins
John Hawkins and Sarah Burton-Hawkins
Laurie Hawkins and Dr. Hugh M. Davies, The David C. Copley Director for the Museum of Contemporary Art San Diego
Pat O'Connor of FCC with her friend Joyce
Kima with her new friend Matthew Shattuck
Chris Green with Kima.... Chris does legal work for the benefit of animals
SDM's Megan Blaich and Chad Williams
Timken Patron LaVonnya Fisher with Laurie Hawkins and Joye Blount
Raff Ahlgren with Margo Schwab and Kima
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* Margo Schwab, MBA, more formally known as Margaret E. Schwab, has produced, written, interviewed and photographed for various media organizations since 1989. Schwab attended Holton Arms School, La Jolla Country Day School and La Jolla High School. Schwab has a B.A. from Scripps College, spent a business internship with S.A.I.C., Science Applications International Corporation, and earned a Masters of Business degree, M.B.A., from the University of San Diego by way of Claremont Graduate School . Schwab additionally took college courses from Harvard University, and Syracuse University. Schwab volunteers for numerous charity organizations. She also continues to support animal organizations and the prevention of people and animal abuse. Schwab is the editor and co-owner of The Social Diary.
Margo Schwab and Scott Johnston of The Social Diary Magazine are pleased to announce a partnerships with the Arthritis Foundation of San Diego County, their dog Kima is the Arthritis Dog honoree for the 3rd year, the San Diego Humane Society and SD METRO Magazine. They have also partnered with Country Friends and the San Diego American Heart Association.
Margo Schwab and Scott Johnston are both members of the La Jolla Beach & Tennis Club (Margo Schwab since 1974) and both are now members of the University Club and its worldwide ClubCorp Compass Society. Margo Schwab and Scott Johnston are Police Press credentialed by the Chief of Police, William Lansdowne.
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