In art, a concept is not self-sufficient, it needs a strong relationship with other ideas that you have acquired during your life time, through your knowledge. In other words, a concept is an amalgamation of many smaller ideas derived from your own ethic, social, cultural values ; and on top of that we have the throw the notion of intention. Continue reading How I see art (4c)
Are you aware of your own knowledge of art? Do you have a vast or a slight knowledge of art? Do you have a good knowledge of art history, theory and philosophy? When painting, do you get involved into complex or simple reasoning, or no reasoning at all? Do you paint simple or complex subjects? Continue reading How I see Art (4a)
But what makes a work of art “excellent”? There are so many answers and it all depends on the artist’s own “art-world”.[…] My “art-world” is a well-circumscribed territory endowed of its own system of transmission devices needed for the circulation of ideas. Continue reading How I see Art (2)
As Márquez states “the more we become one with the crowd, the more we become no one” […] Therefore, when you paint, are you creating or imitating? Or simply sleepwalking… Continue reading Copying, imitating. Are you sleep walking?
…Christian as I am in the conundrum of the current international situation, I really felt that I could not apostatize while walking in the streets of anciant Rome… Continue reading The Stendhal syndrome! To Apostatize or not ?