[D-G] urban questions of sculptures and landscape outside politics

Johnatan Petterson internet.petterson at gmail.com
Sat Jun 20 19:54:37 PDT 2020

may-be yet my milestone is to get to know how History "frames" it's
contemporaneous artists.
i kinda try to imagine how the idea to talk about doing some art
"monumental as in the museum" swayed the shapes of Cézanne's mind and
if the browser blatters long enough on Gmail, Facebook and Twitter, you can
to find painters of interest even nowadays, suggesting in their times
Cézanne and Rimbaud to not yet having been properly "framed" by History.
it's interesting to note as how much just the photoshop colorization of
and white recorded copyrighted images misses the whole point of reaching to
the saturated cooking of those
Cézannes Figures or these actual Rimbaldian shapes not yet fully "framed"
by History.
the singular impression on the imagination of past subjectivities living in
a resurfacing Past is a tool of choice for the study of the ancient history
of art.


Le sam. 20 juin 2020 à 14:03, Dewey Dell <dewey.dell5 at gmail.com> a écrit :

> Thank You for your answer which brings us about how you live the new red
> sculptures.
> (...)

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