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Edvard Munch and The Frieze of Life

We can almost apply this narrative to Munch’s own life. As in Three Stages of Woman, the male is reduced to a passive wreck and is a contrast to the woman who rejoices in her sexuality.  The death of his mother when he was seven had a profound effect on the young boy and, therefore, it is not surprising that he dedicated many paintings to the subject. In his diary, Munch wrote, There should be no more pictures of interiors, of people reading and women knitting. They broke away from the traditionalist stance of the Verein to form their own group: The Berlin Secession. The Frieze Los Angeles Art Fair is rolling out the red carpet for its inaugural Los Angeles edition with an overwhelming amount of interest and only around  spaces, Frieze Los Angeles LA required a different approach,” the representative told a large collection of galleries, several dealers from outside LA who spoke to artnet News grumbled about the fact that there was no formal application process for the fair and that galleries were simply informed they had been chosen.’

The works that follow tell a story of a love affair.  

Frieze Los Angeles’s LA edition will be directed by Bettina Korek and held seeing the girl in a natural setting, gives a idealistic view of love but in the next image, Red and White, there seems to be a temptress standing between him and a suitable girl that he should marry as well, including Hauser & Wirth, Gagosian, Regen Projects. The Frieze Los Angeles brand was born in , when Matthew Slotover and Amanda Sharp founded art magazine Frieze Los Angeles.  The outpouring of emotion onto canvas was not in any particular order, but when Munch came to curate the exhibition, he found that he could divide the works into four categories: Seeds of Love, The Flowering and Passing of Love, Anxiety and, finally, Death. Munch was attracted to the older woman from the start and their many encounters were described by Munch in his diaries. The city’s longer-running contemporary fair, Art Los Angeles Contemporary, has moved its  edition to February from January to coincide with the London import, and a new fair launched by collector Dean Valentine will be held at the same time.

In The Kiss, there is a tenderness that has been lacking in the previous works; the two are unending; you cannot tell where one begins and the other ends: ‘fully united’.

The Frieze Los Angeles brand was born in  when Matthew Slotover and Amanda Sharp founded art magazine Frieze Los Angeles.  I went behind the curtain and wept. When Munch’s elder sister, Sophie developed tuberculosis and died, she was fifteen and had just begun to develop into a woman.  Munch was attracted to the older woman from the start and their many encounters were described by Munch in his diaries. He will hold her so tight that she halfway merges with him. Seeing the girl in a natural setting, gives a idealistic view of love but in the next image, Red and White, there seems to be a temptress standing between him and a suitable girl that he should marry.

 In fact, this was the year when his almost random collection of paintings became a representation of the cycle of life itself and became known as The Frieze Los Angeles of Life.

 The works that follow tell a story of a love affair. Practically destitute, drinking heavily and hallucinating from the effect of absinthe, the visions he experienced came to Munch as “The Saint-Cloud Manifesto’. There would be pictures of real people who breathed, who suffered, felt, loved.  It would appear that he could never replicate the feeling he had once experienced: She was warm and I felt her body close to mine. In his diary he wrote feverishly of how she caused him to feel “the entire unhappiness of love”: Was it because she took my first kiss that she took away my life’s breath? Was it that she lied – she deceived – that suddenly one day the scales fell away from my eyes and I saw a Medusa head and I saw life as a thing of terror. He visited the brothels of Oslo in an act of revenge against the memory of her; but he also found himself in relationships with ‘pure’ young ladies who either bored him or who only saw him through the veil of friendship that were unfulfilling.

The World’s Biggest Art Galleries Are Coming to Town for the First Ever Frieze Los Angeles International art fair Frieze Los Angeles is making it all of a sudden it was all so ugly.

The event is already having some gravitational pull. Hamza Walker, the executive director of LAXART (and co-curator of Made in L. He was living, at that time, in a small room in Saint Cloud. Edvard Munch: Vampire () Munch Museum, Oslo Edvard Munch, Vampire, , Munch Museum, Oslo The lover turning into the monster is the theme he addressed in the works that became known as Vampire. As he said in his ‘manifesto’: There would be pictures of real people who breathed, who suffered, felt, loved.  See the list of galleries participating in the inaugural edition below.

 

Sometimes I try to leave my narrow path and join the swirling mainstream of life, but I always find myself drawn inexorably back towards the chasm’s edge, and there I shall walk until the day I finally fall into the abyss.

The flesh would have volume – the colours would be alive. Frieze Los Angeles does London, New York City, and now, for the first time, Los Angeles. Gallery, New York Miguel Abreu Gallery, New York Acquavella Galleries, New York Altman Siegel, San Franciso Blum & Poe, Los Angeles Tanya Bonakdar, New York The Box, Los Angeles Château Shatto, Los Angeles Sadie Coles HQ, London Commonwealth and Council, Los Angeles Thomas Dane Gallery, London Massimo De Carlo, Milan Jeffrey Deitch, New York Anat Ebgi, Los Angeles Freedman Fitzpatrick, Los Angeles Gagosian, New York François Ghebaly, Los Angeles Marian Goodman Gallery, New York Alexander Gray Associates, New York Greene Naftali, New York Hauser & Wirth, Los Angeles Herald St, London Hannah Hoffman Gallery, Los Angeles Gallery Hyundai, Seoul Taka Ishii Gallery, Tokyo Casey Kaplan, New York Karma, New York Karma International, Zurich kaufmann repetto, Milan Kayne Griffin Corcoran, Los Angeles Tina Kim Gallery, New York David Kordansky Gallery, Los Angeles Kukje Gallery, Seoul kurimanzutto, Mexico City LA Louver, Los Angeles Lehmann Maupin, New York Lévy Gorvy, New York Lisson Gallery, London Luhring Augustine, New York Matthew Marks Gallery, New York Mendes Wood DM, São Paulo Metro Pictures, New York Victoria Miro, London The Modern Institute, Glasgow Night Gallery, Los Angeles OMR, Mexico City Pace Gallery, Palo Alto Maureen Paley, London Park View/Paul Soto, Los Angeles Parker Gallery, Los Angeles Perrotin, New York The Pit, Los Angeles Galerie Eva Presenhuber, Zurich Almine Rech Gallery, New York Regen Projects, Los Angeles Galerie Thaddaeus Ropac, London Salon /Salon  Design, New York Esther Schipper, Berlin Marc Selwyn Fine Art, Los Angeles Sfeir-Semler, Beirut Jack Shainman Gallery, New York Stuart Shave/Modern Art, London Société, Berlin Sprüth Magers, Los Angeles Vermelho, São Paulo Susanne Vielmetter Los Angeles Projects, Los Angeles White Cube, London David Zwirner, New York Frieze Los Angeles takes place February – at Paramount Pictures Studio in Hollywood, practically destitute, drinking heavily and hallucinating from the effect of absinthe, the visions he experienced came to Munch as “The Saint-Cloud Manifesto’. Several dealers from outside LA who spoke to artnet News grumbled about the fact that there was no formal application process for the fair and that galleries were simply informed they had been chosen. This appears life-affirming in the extreme; the idea of two merging to become one, but this seems to be a difficulty for Munch in his art as well as his life, and it is a theme he returns to much later. The women he was with were part of the Bohemian life he had been drawn to, but where he remained on the outside.

The number of exhibitors is up slightly from the original estimate of a reflection of galleries’ eagerness to get in on the ground floor of a tested brand, particularly in a town with as fickle an appetite for fairs as Los Angeles.

But his obsession with her had not.

Her patronizing stroking of his hair and pity would only enhance his feeling that she is the one who was in control of the sexual experience and who could walk away with no regrets, while he was left with his ‘head in his hands’ full of despair and guilt of having committed adultery.  The figure sits at the window staring out onto the bright Parisian lights, perhaps envious, but more likely lonely but which he described in this way: Human fates are like planets Like a star that emerges from the dark – and meets another star – shines for a second before disappearing again into the dark – [it is] in this way – in this way a man and a woman meet – glide towards one another are illuminated in love’s flames – to then disappear in their separate directions – Only a few meet in a single large blaze – where they both can be fully unite.

In his diary, Munch wrote, There should be no more pictures of interiors, of people reading and women knitting.  

In her book, Edvard Munch: Behind the Scream, Sue Prideaux gives us some deep insights into Munch’s thought processes through his diary entries.  Walker will be working with another long-time Hammer curator, Ali Subotnick, who will lead Frieze Los Angeles Film and Frieze Los Angeles Projects, a series of site-specific commissions. Frieze Los Angeles also has a host committee that reads like a Vanity Fair Oscars party guest list: Tobey Maguire, Serena Williams and Alexis Ohanian, and Salma Hayek Pinault and Francois-Henri Pinault have all signed on. But he did not count on the friendship he developed with Max Liebermann, the president of the Secession and it was Max who gave Munch the distinctly unimpressive title, ‘Presentation of a Number of Images of a Life’, to work from. In The Kiss, there is a tenderness that has been lacking in the previous works; the two are unending; you cannot tell where one begins and the other ends: ‘fully united’  at the Hammer in ), will help the Frieze Los Angeles Talks and Frieze Los Angeles Music tracks of the event, which will take place at Paramount’s Sherry Lansing Theater and other locations will be participating as well, including Hauser & Wirth, Gagosian, Regen Projects. “All Frieze Los Angeles fairs are international, but it’s also important that they reflect the city and country that they’re in, so Frieze Los Angeles wanted to ensure a focused and thoughtful selection of galleries.

Seeing the girl in a natural setting, gives a idealistic view of love but in the next image, Red and White, there seems to be a temptress standing between him and a suitable girl that he should marry.

In his diary, Edvard, later wrote that she asked: Dear sweet Edvard, take it from me, It hurts so much. Just a few of the invited galleries were unable to participate, a reflection of the demand for a top-flight West Coast fair among local and international galleries alike. Inan this work, traditional sexual roles are reversed. Frieze Los Angeles’s LA edition will be directed by Bettina Korek and held inside a custom-built structure designed by architect Kulapat Yantrasast. The figure sits at the window staring out onto the bright Parisian lights, perhaps envious, but more likely lonely. The Frieze Los Angeles of Life : Seeds of Love Beginning with the early stages of love all placed together on the first wall, we can see how Munch was telling a story. To the right, the woman at the end of her sexual cycle looks back, sometimes with regret, but often with the look of the corpse about her.  Written as a narrative, with pseudonyms for the protagonists, it is a tale of teasing by the more experienced woman on a besotted young man: He took her round the waist – she pressed against him- everything vanished, trees, air, something wonderful possessed him – he felt warm lips on his neck – a wet cheek against his own – and his mouth sank softly into hers. The Frieze Los Angeles Art Fair is rolling out the red carpet for its inaugural Los Angeles edition.

 

 He wanted the thing he had dreamed of.

 A spokeswoman says exhibitors were selected by a “peer committee” that included Daniela Gareh (White Cube); Carol Greene (Greene Naftali); David Kordansky (David Kordansky Gallery); Mara McCarthy (The Box); Shaun Regen (Regen Projects); and Matthew Wood (Mendes Wood DM).

 “The extremely positive reaction to Frieze Los Angeles from galleries is testament to the importance of this city which is so rich in great artists, museums, galleries, and art schools,” Frieze Los Angeles’s Victoria Siddall said in a statement.

 The question we need to ask is why this has occurred? We are already aware that Munch felt humiliated – a tremendous tiredness and sorrow following his sexual experience in the forest.

 The reflection of the window frame creates the sign of the cross on the floor linking it to the religious upbringing that Munch had.

 The fair announced today the current list of roughly  galleries that will participate in the debut event at Paramount Studios in February .

 All of the conversations, screenings, performances, poetry, and projects Walker and Subotnick oversee will be focused on highlighting Los Angeles as a hotbed of interdisciplinary experimentation.

 It is believed that Munch was inspired by lines in a play written by his friend, Helge Rode called Dansen gaar (The Dance Goes on) when one of the characters says: The dance of life – my picture shall be called The Dance of Life! There will be a couple dancing, in flowing garments.

 There is little to add to this idea; the works speak for themselves.

 Weakness and shame, fear and desire were ambivalently linked at the moment of union that provided a glimpse into the abyss beyond, the realm of sin and death.

 In , they launched their first annual fair in London, followed in  by the New York version, and a third fair, Frieze Los Angeles Masters, which includes works from all eras, rather than exclusively contemporary art. Edvard Munch, The Deathbed Fever, , Rasmus Mayer Samlinger, Bergen Kunstmuseum Munch and the Frieze Los Angeles of Life Edvard Munch, The Deathbed Fever, , Rasmus Mayer Samlinger, Bergen Kunstmuseum Edvard Munch, Death in the Sick Room, , Munch Museum, Oslo Munch Frieze Los Angeles of Life Edvard Munch, Death in the Sick Room, , Munch Museum, Oslo Edvard Munch, The Sick Child, , Nasjonalgalleriet, Oslo Munch and the Frieze Los Angeles of Life Edvard Munch, The Sick Child, , Nasjonalmuseet, Oslo Edvard Munch, Metabolism, , Munch Museum, Oslo Munch and the Frieze Los Angeles of Life Edvard Munch, Metabolism, , Munch Museum, Oslo Edvard Munch, Dead Mother and Child.

Munch Museum, Oslo Munch and the Frieze Los Angeles of Life Edvard Munch, Dead Mother and Child, -, Munch Museum, Oslo To end this exploration of such an important cycle of paintings that explore all the facets of life…and death, Munch should have the final word that demonstrates the success of these paintings, works that we still view today with awe and wonder: My whole life has been spent walking by the side of a bottomless chasm, jumping from stone to stone.

The Verein (The Association of Berlin Artists) held an extraordinary meeting on  November, and in a vote of to , it was decided to close the exhibition, leaving Munch perplexed as to why he had been invited in the first place.  The night that Munch’s father died was a turning point for Munch. ‘Thou shalt not commit adultery’, the Commandment rang out in his father’s voice. Although the model was not Fru Thaulow, we can see how Munch’s Madonna appears to be in a state of ecstasy that ties in with Munch’s diary entries.   He was living, at that time, in a small room in Saint Cloud. This vague title gave Munch the opportunity to display paintings he had been working on over the past ten years, ever since he had seen the vision in his room in Paris in that went on to inspire the beautiful ‘Night in Saint Cloud’ and place them in a logical order of narrative  had been an important year for Munch.

She stroked his hair.   From this he was able, at last, to portray his father on canvas: an ambiguous painting that says more about Munch than his father. The Frieze Los Angeles of Life : Death Death was Munch’s constant companion from a young age.   It is about the connection, body, mind and soul that unites two people but which he described in this way: Human fates are like planets Like a star that emerges from the dark – and meets another star – shines for a second before disappearing again into the dark – [it is] in this way – in this way a man and a woman meet – glide towards one another are illuminated in love’s flames – to then disappear in their separate directions – Only a few meet in a single large blaze – where they both can be fully united Edvard Munch, Madonna,, Munch Museum, Oslo Edvard Munch, Madonna,, Munch Museum, Oslo The affair culminated with his painting of Madonna.

 The reflection of the window frame creates the sign of the cross on the floor linking it to the religious upbringing that Munch had.

 Edvard would accompany her on the walks she took with her friends, even falling in love with one of them.

 Frieze Los Angeles Unveils a Power-Packed Exhibitor List and a Star-Studded Host Committee for Its First Los Angeles Edition Dealers are eager to get in on the ground floor of the fair’s first Los Angeles edition.

 Hamza Walker (right) in conversation with artist and LAXART board member Rodney McMillian at NeueHouse.

 The outpouring of emotion onto canvas was not in any particular order, but when Munch came to curate the exhibition, he found that he could divide the works into four categories: Seeds of Love, The Flowering and Passing of Love, Anxiety and, finally, Death.

 Ten years later, Munch decided to once again live and work in Berlin looking, ironically, for isolation.   During her final illness, Edvard would be with her as she called out for relief. Won’t you please?’ She looked at me so pleadingly.

 The painting is stunning with the deep blue, melancholic palette flooding the canvas just as the moonlight penetrates the window.  The paintings that appeared in the final section were all linked to the fact that for his whole life, Munch was surrounded by and consumed by illness and death. In her biography of Munch, Sue Prideaux ascribes this to the affair with Fru Thaulow: He feared the power that seemed to energise her after lovemaking, while he felt empty unto death, drained of both free will and power.   Symbolic imagery is rife in both of these works: The young, virginal girl on the left, always clad in white and who appears to be waiting, breathlessly for the moment in which she becomes ‘woman’.

An arts organization ForYourArt, which, among other projects, produced programming for both editions of the Getty’s Pacific Standard Time initiative.

 The painting is stunning with the deep blue, melancholic palette flooding the canvas just as the moonlight penetrates the window.

 Prideaux reinforces this with a quotation from Munch: I felt our love lying on the ground like a heap of ashes Edvard Munch: The Dance of Life (-) Nasjonalgalleriet, Oslo Edvard Munch, The Dance of Life, -, Nasjonalmuseett, Oslo The Dance Of Life and Woman in Three Stages are intrinsically linked.

 He is deeply serious and happy.

 ’s biggest art institutions, including the Broad, LACMA, Marciano Art Foundation, and ICA LA.

 There will also be a slate of activations and off-site events at art spaces across the city.

 The Frieze Los Angeles of Life : Seeds of Love Beginning with the early stages of love all placed together on the first wall, we can see how Munch was telling a story.

 I felt impelled – it would be easy.

 Edvard Munch, Night in Saint-Cloud (), Nasjonalgalleriet, Oslo Munch Frieze Los Angeles of Life Edvard Munch, Night in Saint-Cloud, , Nasjonalmuseet, Oslo The night that Munch’s father died was a turning point for Munch.

 Edvard Munch, Ashes, , Nasjonalmuseet, OsloARTISTS’ STORIESEdvard Munch and The Frieze Los Angeles of Life ByWendy GrayPublished on May ,  SHARE TWEET COMMENT By , Edvard Munch’s life had seen a pattern of chaos within his professional life, his health and his love life.

 Or, is she the temptress, in red, gazing lovingly, wantonly, into another’s eyes? Using the metaphor of dance for love-making, Munch makes it clear through the positioning of the couple in the centre of The Dance of Life, that this moment is the mainstay of existence.

 He had committed adultery.

 Munch’s problem came when they returned to their husbands and he was left with his own thoughts that were governed by his religious upbringing.

 Photo by Nem Perez.

 See that head there? It is death.

 The Frieze Los Angeles of Life : Anxiety The third section could not have been better named: Anxiety.

 There would be pictures of real people who breathed, who suffered, felt, loved.

 Munch Frieze Los Angeles of Life Edvard Munch, Ashes, , Nasjonalmuseet, Oslo Edvard Munch, Ashes, , Nasjonalmuseet, Oslo The first painting in this section was entitled ‘Ashes’.

 The Frieze Los Angeles of Life : The Flowering and Passing of Love In this section, Munch placed the works that seemed to symbolize what goes wrong after the initial passion passes.   In her book, Edvard Munch: Behind the Scream, Sue Prideaux gives us some deep insights into Munch’s thought processes through his diary entries. And it appears that this is what he searched for his entire life, something that was not to be found within his affair with Millie Thurlow.

 Curator Hamza Walker has been tapped to organize the talks and music program. While his life had become solitary, his artwork was not destined to remain stacked against the walls, as was his habit.  “With an overwhelming amount of interest and only around spaces, Frieze Los Angeles LA required a different approach,” the representative told artnet News. The fair will be overseen by Victoria Siddall, who has been with Frieze Los Angeles since , and Bettina Korek, the founder of L. Edvard Munch, Anxiety, , Munch Museum, Oslo Munch Frieze Los Angeles of Life Edvard Munch, Anxiety, , Munch Museum, Oslo Edvard Munch, Evening on Karl Johan Street, , Rasmus Mayer Samlinger, Bergen Kunstmuseum Edvard Munch, Evening on Karl Johan Street, , Rasmus Mayer Samlinger, Bergen Kunstmuseum Edvard Munch, Red Virginia Creeper, -, Munch Museum, Oslo Munch Frieze Los Angeles of Life Edvard Munch, Red Virginia Creeper, -, Munch Museum, Oslo Edvard Munch, Golgotha, , Munch Museum, Oslo Munch and the Frieze Los Angeles of Life Edvard Munch, Golgotha, , Munch Museum, Oslo Edvard Munch, The Scream, , Nasjonalgalleriet, Oslo Edvard Munch, The Scream, , Nasjonalmuseet, Oslo To find out more about this painting, read an article”The Mysterious Road From Edvard Munch’s The Scream“.

 The flesh would have volume – the colours would be alive.

 It is about the connection, body, mind and soul that unites two people.

 We kissed long – it was absolutely still in the lofty studio.

 To quote from his diary of the time he lost his virginity: He thought it terrible that he should go to her – and terrible that she knew what he wanted…he would not look at her.

 … He holds her tightly.

 … He fills her with strength.

 The works that follow tell a story of a love affair.

 In the centre is the sexual being, the “procreator”; the woman at the height of her sexuality; arms raised, back arched and prime for the taking.

 From this he was able, at last, to portray his father on canvas: an ambiguous painting that says more about Munch than his father.   Inside that structure–which is likely to be a work of art in itself–visitors will find selections brought by some of the world’s most influential contemporary art galleries, including White Cube, Galerie Thaddaeus Ropac, Pace, Gallery Hyundai, Kurimanzutto, and others.

 Written as a narrative, with pseudonyms for the protagonists, it is a tale of teasing by the more experienced woman on a besotted young man: He took her round the waist – she pressed against him- everything vanished, trees, air, something wonderful possessed him – he felt warm lips on his neck – a wet cheek against his own – and his mouth sank softly into hers. From his own breakdowns of health that brought him close to the abyss, as shown in The Deathbed Fever, to the death of mother and sister early on, and his father at a time when he was struggling to find himself as an artist, Munch drew on these experiences to show us the universal pain and suffering that we all endure debut By Brittany Martin – September ,  Share Each year, large contemporary art fairs pop-up in cities throughout the world, giving artists, gallery owners, collectors, and art lovers a chance to check out the newest work–and maybe do a few deals in between the glamorous parties -based architect Kulapat Yantrasast of wHY, the firm that has worked with many of L. Edvard Munch, Jealousy, , Rasmus Mayer Samlinger, Bergen Kunstmuseum Munch’s relationship with Fru Thaulow had come to an end. An image that we can see all too clearly in the next section. And it appears that this is what he searched for his entire life, something that was not to be found within his affair with Millie Thurlow. The dangerous skies full of clashing colours, faces staring out at us, challenging us to say something, crowds creating a claustrophobic feel of a world that Munch was falling headlong into.

 The woman in Dance, is clearly in control and, if we look carefully at Three Stages and Melancholy, the man plays an unexpected role: the loser in love.

 His first exhibition in Berlin in the newly built Architektenhaus ended inclosure by the very people who had invited him to display his work.   His first real romance was with Millie Thaulow, the wife of a captain in the medical corps and mainstays of Oslo society and, where she already had a reputation amongst Munch’s fellow artists.   Edvard Munch: Red and White () Munch Museum, Oslo Munch Frieze Los Angeles of Life Edvard Munch, Red and White, , Munch Museum, Oslo Edvard Munch: Eye in Eye () Munch Museum, Oslo Edvard Munch, Eye in Eye, , Munch Museum, Oslo Edvard Munch, The Dance on the Shore () Narodin Galerie, Prague Edvard Munch, The Dance on the Shore, , Narodin Galerie, Prague Edvard Munch, The Kiss, , Nasjonalgalleriet, Oslo Edvard Munch, The Kiss, , Nasjonalmuseet, Oslo In this painting, simply entitled The Kiss, Munch is exploring more than the physical act of love.   From February to , , the first Frieze Los Angeles fair will set up at the Paramount Pictures Studio in Hollywood, with booths and displays from global galleries, a program of talks, screenings, and performances. The fair will be housed in a special structure being built just for the event by L. Edvard Munch: Red and White () Munch Museum, Oslo Munch Frieze Los Angeles of Life Edvard Munch, Red and White, , Munch Museum, Oslo Edvard Munch: Eye in Eye () Munch Museum, Oslo Edvard Munch, Eye in Eye, , Munch Museum, Oslo Edvard Munch, The Dance on the Shore () Narodin Galerie, Prague Edvard Munch, The Dance on the Shore, , Narodin Galerie, Prague Edvard Munch, The Kiss, , Nasjonalgalleriet, Oslo Edvard Munch, The Kiss, , Nasjonalmuseet, Oslo In this painting, simply entitled The Kiss, Munch is exploring more than the physical act of love.   Eileen Kinsella, September , The entrance of Paramount Studios in Hollywood, California. With Fru Thaulow, his jealousy and obsession began to impact on his work.Basel has events in Miami, Switzerland, and Hong Kong. The lineup includes major American and international names such as Luhring Augustine, Marian Goodman, and David Zwirner, as well as local dealers Blum & Poe, Kayne Griffin Corcoran, and David Kordansky, among others.