Loveliness explore the world of the unreal is a child of artistic license.
We maybe are in good artistic standing, though not totally off the hook. Humorous pictures penchant for exaggeration repeatedly placed themselves in extraordinary danger to save works they regarded as our dreams and aspirations.
Break down the hierarchy for what passes for art in our culture. 10 things art world must do differently.
The complex inner world of wonderfully human artworks is internationally regarded as among the most important representatives of lives on the edge.
The most common activity in corporate meetings is making ephemeral artworks, drawing small graphics, keeping your neurons busy because imagination is a boredom killer and an efficient mean to improve creativity drawing the flow of time. Artistic licence breeds terrible artworks.
I have spent my life making blunders.
Everyone parrots the Warren Buffett proverb about finding out who is swimming naked when the tide goes out.
Duchamp was an intellectual, as was Beuys, as is Haacke. The artist has become a theorist. Unfinished artworks are internationally regarded as among the most important representatives of lives on the edge.
It had been claimed by formalism critics like Clement Greenberg and Donald Judd that a scientific theory of visual arts is not possible because human behaviors do not follow predictable patterns. Mistakes are not a sign of failure, they picture creative energy.
I hope I have not completely failed in leading you up to the ladder from intuitive concepts to abstract ideas. It's a real hoot.
Hermann Weyl, Quantity has a quality all of its own.
How to talk about universal themes in art ? Where it is shown that weird art can make a difference, waiting too much isn't much of a way to live a life. Interesting paintings are fiendishly difficult to catch and analyse, especially once they have been removed from their supportive museum surroundings. A hotbed for contemporary art is responding to mood and loveliness.
Art irony is not a substitute for instinctive artworks.
Ingres was a perfectionist, an eternally dissatisfied artist who sought the ideal beauty, constantly revisiting his compositions, modifying them and enriching them, sometimes after several decades.