This is Day 33 of my 100 Days in Europe series. As I research my guidebooks and make new TV shows, I'm reporting on my experiences
In helping viewers read the surfaces of paintings from this remarkable period, I have rekindled my own desire to look, to
Standing under a mountain of machinery, this woman's gaze reveals an internal struggle. Men engaging in the ancient hobby
Duchamp did create one final piece of work, titled "Entant Donnes," which he worked on secretly from 1946 to 1966, while
Cocteau idolaters praise him as a courageous avatar who maneuvered his way through both the excitement and glitter of les années folles, never hid his homosexuality, and challenged conventional surface realities. All of which is, to a degree, true.
Stunningly nightmarish is an entire room packed with 36 seemingly identical paintings of carcasses. The beef carcasses are among the most realistic of the artist's paintings, even as they are also semi-surreal dream-memory works that seem to explode into your eyes.
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The exhibition was curated by FRAC director Florence Derieux -- a different version of it was presented at the Geneva Contemporary
French media artist Maurice Benayoun is probably France's most cutting-edge artist.
He's created a colossal machine that's a demonic hybrid of printing press and film projector. As architecture, it made me