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Re: Kunst

#911 Post by La Mouche » 13.06.2017 15:22:10

haha, din stakkel... det var derfor du var oppe at køre over den Nickelback diskussion. Vi er onde.

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Jeg har lige bestilt kataloget fra den her udstilling på Tate Modern (har ikke råd til at rejse til London)

https://www.amazon.co.uk/gp/product/184 ... UTF8&psc=1

artikel I The Guardian:

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"Born in Istanbul in 1901 into a family of highly creative intellectuals, Zeid's artistic career began in the 1920s in Paris and took her to Istanbul, Berlin and Budapest, before she returned to Paris again in 1946. There she joined the Nouvelle Ecole de Paris, a melting pot movement of international artists that championed a new abstract aesthetic. In the mid-1970s Zeid moved permanently to Amman, Jordan, where she established the Royal Fahrelnissa Zeid Institute. She worked and taught there for the rest of her life; her work was exhibited widely and internationally throughout her career. This new book traces her development from the first works she made in Turkey, through her engagement with the D-Group, her later experiments with abstraction and, finally, her return to figuration. It also examines the pivotal role she played in the cross-pollination of artistic ideas in the twentieth century through her involvement with key groups and movements in diverse regions and communities. Documentary photography from the period gives new insight into the historical and art historical events that formed the backdrop to her ever evolving style. Featuring over 100 reproductions of Zeid's bold and colourful paintings, from her earlier geometric, calligraphic style to the later, more expressive portraits, the catalogue showcases the depth and range of her work. Zeid's works have recently been the subject of renewed attention, with prominent displays at the Sharjah Biennial and the fourteenth Istanbul Biennale in 2015. Accompanying an exhibition at Tate Modern, Fahrelnissa Zeid will be the only book available on the life and work of this pioneering artist and will bring her unique sensibility to the wider audience she deserves."

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Re: Kunst

#912 Post by shaken » 28.07.2017 21:56:02

Acid Brass anyone? Ret fed opfindelse og cool namedropping undervejs:
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#913 Post by Pete Rock » 10.10.2017 22:15:38

Jeg har lige købt The Herring Gull's World af Niko Tinbergen i fagligt øjemed, og da den så dukker op er det med det her utroligt smukke omslag, af Clifford og Rosemary Ellis. Er der nogen der har hørt om dem før?

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#914 Post by La Mouche » 10.10.2017 22:30:18

Jeg har set enkelte ting på Pinterest før. Sejt at Clifford Ellis både beherskede figurative dyremotiver og abstrakte ting.

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#915 Post by shaken » 19.11.2017 14:06:46

Aros viser Lucien Freud og Francis Bacon mm. disse dage. Forleden så jeg A Brush With Violence om Bacon og blev noget så gammeldags som inspireret. Ej, hvor var han dygtig. Vil til at male noget mere.

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#916 Post by La Mouche » 19.11.2017 15:10:01

Jeg har lige købt en Wifredo Lam (den kubanske Picasso) bog til 60 kroner på et loppemarked... da jeg kom hjem viste den sig at være out of print og over 1.000 kroner værd hvis man sælger den på amazon. Mwaaahahahaha!!

Jeg MENTE jo nok den måtte være lidt penge værd :)

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Re: Kunst

#917 Post by shaken » 19.11.2017 17:51:22

Tillykke med købet.

Kan godt lide det lidt makabre udtryk, men er ikke så meget til de geometriske former, han bruger til sine figurer. Også den del af Picasso, jeg synes er kedelig.

Hvad synes du om Bacon?

Der er det makabre lidt mere udpenslet.

Han er vel sådan en kunstnertype, som nutiden har stemplet som en kliché. Men i mine øjne er han en helt.
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#918 Post by La Mouche » 19.11.2017 17:55:48

Freud og Bacon er ikke så meget mig.... mest Bacon måske, hvis jeg skulle vælge, han har et lidt surreelt udtryk. jeg er dog helt klart mere til forsimplede former, afrikanske masker og kubisme.

Min store kunstbogsbibel er tobindsværket om primitivisme i moderne kunst - afrika, og oceanien etc møder de moderne malere.

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"Primitivism" i anførselstegn, fordi man med nutidens øjne ikke længere synes at afrikansk kunst er primitiv.

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Re: Kunst

#919 Post by shaken » 19.11.2017 18:15:50

Kan du give nogle eksempler? Det er nok kubismen, jeg har det svært med. Det handlede vel også om at fucke med rumforståelsen.

Henry Moore bruger naturligvis også forsimplede former, og ham kan jeg godt lide:


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#920 Post by La Mouche » 19.11.2017 18:34:39

Henry Moore er fantastisk.... jeg er også glad for Hans Arp, der ligger tæt op ad Moore.

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Ellers... nogle eksempler fra Primitivist-bogen..... hmmm.

Picasso's Les Demoiselles D'Avignon er den helt store banebrydende klassiker... inkorporerer kubisme og afrikanske masker.

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Så er der nogle af Emil Nolde's malerier af masker og afrikanske statuer.

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Og Gauguin's sydhavsting selvføgelig

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Modersohn Becker, lidt inspiration fra masker.

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Modigliani's hovedformer, igen inspireret af afrikanske masker:

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Just a moment, laver en post mere, skal lige gemme denne så jeg ikke kommer til at slette ved en fejl.

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