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Mark Rothko on painting

“I do not believe that there was ever a question of being abstract or representational. It is really a matter of ending this silence and solitude, of breathing and stretching one’s arms again.”~ Mark Rothko

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BLACK and WHITE


PHOTOGRAPHS OF ORESTE ALBERTINI’S PAINTINGS

by Rosanna Albertini

I am in this painting, the little girl sitting in the foreground, 1949?

We say… 820 more words

Untheoretical Stories

Brian Eno : Light Music

The Launch of Brian Eno’s new art series, a fusion of ambience and light, seeks to converge multi-media and time…

“My music and videos do change, but they change slowly…”

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Yellow Over Blue

Yellow is the saddest color, she said.
Some think it is blue, but it is not.
Blue is the common choice for the color of sad, the popular one, but yellow is much sadder than blue. 103 more words
John Biscello

Art and Theology Conference Part One

Ripon College, Cuddesdon and ACE (Art and Christianity Enquiry) put on a short Art and Theology conference on Sunday 10th to Wednesday 13th April 2016. 3,157 more words

Reviews

"The unfriendliness of society to his activity is difficult for the artist to accept. Yet this very hostility can ..."

“The unfriendliness of society to his activity is difficult for the artist to accept. Yet this very hostility can …

…act as a lever for true liberation. 50 more words

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