Category: Art Aesthetics
Dialogue with an Art Historian: Is Art Always Useful?
I am quite interested in voicing my opinions, in my art and literature, and also about art and literature. One of my regular discussion partners is an art historian (Ricardo). We approach many topics and themes and enjoy our “popcorn for the brain”-banter. Here is a short extract from a recent discussion that began with…
Primordial energy in Art.
Simply put, for me the process of creative artistic endeavors involves the constant exploration of intuitive approaches to alternative ways of «seeing» combined with technical exercises (both accepted and experimental). With several centuries of recorded art history now available as a learning resource and guide, the predilection to limit oneself to long-established styles, genres and…
Yet another rant, from an opinionated Artist.
Letter to an Art Historian, regarding an article he sent to me about criticism of the art of Donald Judd: I received the article in the post today. Thanks. Judd’s boxes are to me … just boxes. Like contemporary painters of photo-realistic and some hyper-realistic portraits and still life who attempt to supersede photos but…
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