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« Reply #75 on: Nov 24, 2007, 05:03 »

That's fantastic news!
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« Reply #76 on: Nov 24, 2007, 22:25 »

@ Trevor: Better yet, if Wim Delvoye is invited to "documenta" again, he could share his space with you  Very Happy
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« Reply #77 on: Nov 27, 2007, 18:10 »

Would you get the pig or the skin? What a conversation piece.
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« Reply #78 on: Dec 08, 2007, 11:42 »

yech, no, i wouldn't want it!

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i side with the chapmans on this argument - yeah, okay, i'm a fan of them - but what they say is true, theres nothing original about defacing banknotes - it's almost a tradition in england for badboy artists - yes, i even did it myself ...using photocopies (photocopying banknotes itself is, or was, illegal in the uk btw) and i stole the idea from elsewhere!


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« Reply #79 on: Feb 29, 2008, 17:16 »

Art critics tend to either hate Goya's oeuvre or adore it (me!), but artists seem to collectively worship him. Particularly British artists.

Here's Yinka Shonibare's gorgeous interpretation of Goya's El Sueño de la Razon Produce Monstruos:


The Sleep of Reason (America) by Yinka Shonibare MBE, 2007
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« Reply #80 on: Feb 29, 2008, 17:38 »


"The end of the five years plan" by Ciprian Muresan, 2004 (via VVORK)

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"La nona ora" by Maurizio Cattelan, 1999
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« Reply #81 on: Feb 29, 2008, 17:53 »

I guess most of you have seen this already, so I'm just posting it for the sake of completeness:

Arrow Balthus-inspired fashion spread "The Golden Days"

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« Reply #82 on: Feb 29, 2008, 21:21 »

Oh, and btw, I just saw in the main Swiss evening news on SF1 (chapeau for so much cultural awareness!), that it would be Balthus' 110th birthday today.

Happy birthday, monsieur le provocateur!  beer
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« Reply #83 on: Mar 03, 2008, 00:25 »


Hmm.. maybe a bit far-fetched, but:


"The Pay Doesn't Promise..." by Muntean & Rosenblum, 2003
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« Reply #84 on: Mar 13, 2008, 06:44 »


Laurie Hogin 


John Kolbek

Hmmmm... sherlock
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« Reply #85 on: Mar 13, 2008, 21:33 »

Dear oh dear.. those furious red-eyed horse heads are indeed rather similar. What's the date of these two?
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« Reply #86 on: Mar 13, 2008, 21:48 »

Quite. I don't have a date for Hogin's piece (it doesn't seem to be on her website) but this style of deer in her work dates from the early-mid 90's. The piece by Kolbek is from 2008.
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« Reply #87 on: Mar 13, 2008, 22:34 »

*edited for excess righteous indignation Very Happy*
Normally I'd say the rolling-eyes-horse was a fairly classic object (my poor knowlege of art history means I can't find one of several old paintings to point it out in, but I'm sure you all have seen it before) and it could be coincidence, but... nah, he totally pinched it.
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« Reply #88 on: Mar 14, 2008, 11:12 »


Normally I'd say the rolling-eyes-horse was a fairly classic object (my poor knowlege of art history means I can't find one of several old paintings to point it out in, but I'm sure you all have seen it before) and it could be coincidence, but... nah, he totally pinched it.

I know the feeling. It immediately reminded me of a variety of famous war and battle paintings and etchings from Goya's "Disparates 10" to the positioning, the wild eyes and the open mouth of the horse in Picasso's "Guernica". But I'm sure I once saw a painting of a horse being attacked by wild dogs (?) that looked even similar.
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« Reply #89 on: Mar 14, 2008, 15:33 »

*dons the anorak*
Horace Vernet anyone?

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