Humor just knocked hypermodern art out of the park.

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Big colorful paintings, any one of which would be joyful to own. Forget about what other pictures are doing.

Too much irony deprives the lackadaisical viewer of the accumulated product of a great deal of beautiful and subtle thinking.

Boredom is never a part of the creative process. Pictures like the Internet. It's colorful, inexpensive, and always open. Understanding oomph between the lines: although this is usually assumed in the literature, the interval need not be closed or bounded. Nobody knows anything, theory is often different from practice.

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Art at the edge of the unknown with a sense of wonder and whimsy. Ugliness lies in that gap between what pictures have now and what images think they need boundary crossing skills.

boundaries of art

If no one is looking, can anyone be watching?

Museums needed to be “safe places for unsafe ideas.

Arnold Lehman

Boundaries of art are understanding what is being drawn. Although clear lines between pictures and images may be difficult to establish with any certainty, the abstract art life depends upon these very lines. I make pranks because I enjoy painting blurring the boundaries between art and art.

Slow as original drawing in conceptual art. In the contemporary art world, beneath the roar of traffic, beneath the rapid pace of change, so many pictures pass by unnoticed because they have no 'right' to be there, no right to be part of the museum.

Boundaries of art are crooked.

Nat Tate boundaries of art are crooked lines

Thinking through art stresses the importance of choosing goals that matter, vigorously painted with patterns and flowers that suggest jungles.

absurd and illusion

But it's all an illusion. They're like abstract paintings running on a wheel. Humor can represent an unexpected and possibly significant change in this very bottom line.

There is a thin border line between artist life and insanity.

Although Stanislaw Szukalski lived in obscurity in Burbank, he was not inactive. Among other things he formulated a universalist theory of history called Zermatism, based on the premise that all human life originated on Easter Island and that a race of malevolent Yetis was destroying civilization as we know it.

Art without boundaries is at the edge of the unknown, keeping the past alive. End of discussion.