such a lovely idea... and now I'm glad I'm quite... not so constant!...
Glad you like it Luisa :)Not being constant, i guess as much it's a flaw, it's also a virtue, especially in art. We must be capable of changing our minds, or our mind could become our tyrant.
Sometimes I understand why those mid-20th century artists enjoyed being provocative, and this quote is so light I can imagine how spontaneously it was said...
PS I like it
Glad you like it :)I agree, it must have been great, avant-garde was still a new, fresh movement. I always get nostalgic when i see how simple, clean and pure art movements and their ideas were in the past. And today, in a time of saturation and pollution in every possible way, i have an impression that art became confused, and it had lost its honesty and sincerity. it's like our age had lost its identity in a way.
Yes. I really know what you mean.I feel confusion everywhere... As if we had too many pieces of information. Perhaps the past always seems clearer to us. But when it comes to Art, I've so often heard: "everything has been done"... There is some sort of bitterness, some sort of cynism in the air whenever when tries to do things heart and soul.
Yes, i think that the discouraging postmodernist sentence: "everything has been done" tells it all.And i believe we are living in another Fin de siècle period, a decadent period between great art eras. That we are overfatigued, used up art civilization, waiting for a new "beginning", a clean start in a way.
Thank you too for your blog, subtile posts, really... See you soon on the web !
Glad you like it, Dorothée.Welcome to the blog!
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