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wv: humpi. Please don't humpi the arti.
I'd be admiring that beautiful floor as well. As for the other stuff, meh.
I do like that large portrait of AllenS as Thor, god of ball-peens.
I like both pieces.
Art galleries always look so lifeless. This is one more example. You'd think it would be otherwise.
"I like both pieces."You mean my 2 photographs? There are 4 museum pieces, if you don't count the museum-goer as a museum piece.
Maybe the 4th exhibit is the Floor Show done by artisans moonlighting from This Old House.
A cold and lifeless place.
"A cold and lifeless place."It's those fluorescent bulbs, deliberately used by the sculptor (George Segal) to make you feel bad.
This... this, I think, has a kind of wonderful otherness to it, you know, a marvellous negative capability... kind of wonderful energy to it, don't you think?
Palladian, your problem is you're both attractedand repelled by the male organ.
I own neither a dachshund nor a Great Dane.
Meet me here after the exhibit.
I can't stand those huge affectless portraits. The modern affect is to feign lack thereof. Moderns are terrified of showing their vulnerability, that's why.
It's those fluorescent bulbs, deliberately used by the sculptor...Well, that explains Meade's cap.
Like the drawing of the woman in the second shot.Ann Althouse said..."I like both pieces."You mean my 2 photographs? There are 4 museum pieces, if you don't count the museum-goer as a museum pieceOf course Ann would consider the guy in the baseball cap not so much a museum piece as a work of art.
I always liked Duane Hanson's work. I am surprised he left that hat on that one fellow.WV: imperess - a female imper.
I don't thinnk the first painting is AllenS.I think it is the great Peter also know as Ironrailsironweights who always has pubes on his mind.Just sayn'
Looks like a museum of crap. Large, lifeless illustrative art surrounded by lots of empty space. Of course, I'm sure the artist has found some lame way to pretend this is all planned in some pseudo-intellectual way.(Three of us did that in film school once. We randomly assembled pieces of film and then made up some bullshit about how it symbolized the chaos of modern life. The teacher went along.)
Been there, Done that.But I would go again, if I lived anywhere near.
I take it that the harsh lighting was why Meade is wearing his cap?So many artists and curators insist on mounting exhibitions in ways that manipulate patrons as part of the "experience" without considering that aging eyes don't deal well with harsh light and that inducing nausea, tripping migraines or seizures isn't exactly conducive to art appreciation. Video game production houses seem to miss this point as well.
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