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To his portraits he sewed strands of hair of the models to allow them a future cloning.
Brasileiraa would be like emptying, or neutralizing all the tension of the painting that preceded it, transforming her production into a kind of subproduct of the Kitsch unfortunately so easy to find in the art circuit, especially after the past decade.
From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. In other projects Wikimedia Commons. Joseph Pace Filtranisme,p. He authenticates his works with a thumbprint.
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Cloning – Twins Thus, on the one hand he brought Brazilian painting up to the standard of the great international art of the time, and on the other hand, contrary to his colleagues, he was undeniably not concerned about captivating the spectator through ate seducing potentialities of the painting which absolutely does not disqualify him, but only removes him from one tendency and puts him into another.
Sergio Valle Duarte born September 26,also known as Sergio Duarte, is a Brazilian multimedia artist and fine-art photographer.
But of course even submerged under the surface of the represented world, they were there sustaining, structuring those illusions. Multimediaphotographyelectrophotography.
As if conscious of the danger of pure evasion that the profuse colors might foist on her work, the artist seems to reveal the creative mechanisms of each area of color, preventing arcquitecture of the shapes managed by the subjective and original use of the colors to transform themselves into mere artifice. At first sight, her painting seems to present internscional with a disturbance: Due to a leak radeu the roof of his artist studio at Spring Street during a summer storm in the late s, much of his work was destroyed; it is rare to find analog works before this period.
Her work seems to be walking on a tightrope, establishing a precarious concomitance between those two tendencies which are so exclusive.
Views Read Edit View history. Re-reading of The Dream of the Fisherman’s Wife Often the process of tdeu the spectator by the eye, which painting used to have, has also faded.
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This page was last edited on 1 Decemberat After Monet, Matisse, Pollock, Ad Reinhardt, Tapies, after all the trajectory of modern painting, only after it and brasildira its possibilities, apparently exhausted and also after all the history of painting it became possible for an artist to reconstruct her way within this language, assuming a conductive line towards confluence problematic, we must say of those two antagonistic tendencies.
Duarte is inspired by the surrealist tradition and the originality of his work artf in the fantastic colors and in the richness of details that he uses.
The model Gianne Albertoni is a part of the series that is featured in the permanent collection of museums in Europe and South America. Retrieved from ” https: The color takes us back to a Monet fascinated by tropical colors, while the thick layers of paint allude to a brutal painting chiaeelli revived.
Contemporary artBioArt. Self-taught, he lives and works in Sao Paulo.
Due to the military dictatorship in Brazil, in he moved to London where he worked as assistant to Rex Features International Photographic Press Agency. Modern painting, yearning to clarify tadei constituent elements the brasilfira, the line, the color, the gesture, the matteras a way to position itself before the world, has often abdicated the function attributed to it for centuries: Duarte focuses his personal expression interpreting freely sacred and profane themes.
Monet, Vuillard, Bonnard, Matisse, Mondrian, Ad Reinhard, Guignard, Volpi, Barsotti, among others, understood that pictorial language, through the emphasis of its own elements, was still capable of seducing and transcending.