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看山,看画----水晶桥美术馆
送交者: yanziaz[♀☆★声望品衔8★☆♀] 于 2019-09-07 22:31 已读 1264 次 7 赞  

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突然想去看山了,听说有个地方有点象重庆,还听说那里有一个叫水晶桥美术馆(Crystal Bridges Museum),

就想去看看,也好让艺术再熏陶熏陶。一切就序就整装出发了,开了5小时的车,
终于到了那儿,一看跟传说差不多,看到连绵小山, 看到了坐落在山川中的城市,心中满是喜悦,可使出了洪荒之力想拍几张美景,结果还是把小山拍成小沙堆。
在美术馆里我居然还认识毕加索的画, 看来曾经的熏陶还是有用的。馆里有好多画,看得懂和看不懂的,有趣的和无趣的,穿衣服的和不穿衣服的,古代的和现代的名画。不懂装懂地看了一遍,但一幅只是象一块正方形的灰色画板的油画
(见注1) 和堆在地上的成长方形的绿色水果糖的艺术品
(见注2) 实在无法装懂。唉!艺术还是让它留在艺术馆吧,我还是到外面去看那看得明白的风景吧!
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For Carl Andre

ARTIST Brice Marden (born 1938)

DATE1966, repainted 1969-1970 6park.com

For Carl Andre is a tribute to Marden’s friend, the Minimalist artist Carl Andre. Andre made sculptures using metal plates that sit directly on the floor and can be stepped on, as pictured in the photograph below. In this “portrait” of the artist, Marden’s metallic gray square refers to his friend’s sculptures instead of his physical appearance.

While some artists use paint to create the illusion of an object, Marden uses the medium to remind viewers that they are already looking at an object: a painted canvas. Unlike other abstract artists,  such as Helen Frankenthaler, whose work is featured nearby, Marden avoids all identifiable and expressive marks, ensuring that the surface remains the only subject of the painting. In this way, his painting is an homage to Andre’s work, rather than a realistic portrait. 

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"Untitled" (L.A.)

ARTIST Felix Gonzalez-Torres (1957 - 1996)

DATE1991 6park.com

You are invited to take a piece of candy. Made of an everyday, non-art material, “Untitled” (L.A.) is designed to suggest a wide range of meanings. Unlike most works of art, this one invites you to touch, taste, and actively engage.  6park.com

A Cuban-born American citizen, Gonzalez-Torres moved to New York City in the early 1980s, where he joined the artist collaborative Group Material. Using materials like candy, lightbulbs, and paper, he invited renewed attention to the objects in our everyday lives.  6park.com

In Los Angeles in 1991—the same year he created “Untitled” (L.A.)—Gonzalez-Torres’s longtime partner Ross Laycock died of complications from AIDS. Given this fact, the artist’s candy spills have often been interpreted as metaphors for the human body ravaged by illness. As the candy pile depletes, so too did Laycock’s diseased body. By providing for the endless replenishment of the candy, the artist symbolically grants the body everlasting life. Gonzalez-Torres himself avoided assigning definite meanings, choosing instead to keep his work open-ended. 6park.com


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