well what can you say the best and funniest works buy great artist never go to public galleries they go to Sotheby’s.
DAMIEN HIRST VISUAL CANDY AND NATURAL HISTORY
I had my stomach pumped as a child because I ate pills thinking they were sweets […] I can’t understand why some people believe completely in medicine and not in art, without questioning either.
i see he has failed to reject the gallery system that maid him so rich. looking to exploit he new money in china, how fun!!!!
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ive been lacking the motivation to get work done recently. now i have finally realised my work if fundamentally about light and sound. its the drive that got me into art in the first place and its the only part of my work that sells
The pros of this bookis that it has a long list of artist manifestos in one place , if you want to know the difference between the futurist movement and the dada movement it's in there ideologyand not the style . There have been several artists who have jumped ship between different avant hard movements ,( Duchamp from the cubist To dada and Max Ernst from dada to the surrealistmovement.)
Now the layout of the book is good each manifesto has a opinionated historical introduction witch makes it difficult to reference with out more researchfor academicuse.
On the futurist manifesto
" This historic document announces not only the founding of Futurism, but also the beginning of thevery idea of an artists manifesto. It was at ones a new genre and a reinvention( or a remix) or its political original, the Communist Manifesto(1848)"
Nowif you read the whole Futurist manifesto there is no references to the Communist Manifestoand the firstpoliticalmanifesto is "The Baghdad Manifesto(1011) and "The United States Declaration of Independents (1776) both pressedthe Communist Manifesto . And just for fun the first art manifesto was the Symbolist Manifesto published in Le Figaro in 1886 . Twenty three years later the futurist manifesto was published in the same newspaper.
This is all just nit pickingthe culturalimpact of the of both the Communist and the Futurist Manifestos are relevant . I know I'm moreinfluenced bye the futurist than the symbolises and I leantowardsMarx's politically .
aluminium prints are the coolest thing in commercial art since Damion hirsts work doped in price , some what affordable and just stunning to look at,(alluminum not mr hirst work thats well ugly)
look we all know that Damien Hirst is a rip of merchant hes been stealing his work from his contemporaneous since the 90s .now hes riped off some Nigirean head scupltures
i personally like this because its pissed off the annoying cultural Marxists that are trying to censor our art and accuse use of steeling from other cultures when the same shit.
Nigerian artist Victor Ehikhamenor is the main idiot in this that took ofence to a nothing work of ripoff art,
now this look like a oil painting to me but i cant be sure from the image and lack of information on the artists website. so his attack on mr Hirst if it is a oil painting is just a publicity stunt becouse if he dose not know the history of oil painting then he should not accuse some one for steeling the art of other cultures and should apolagaise for steeling his medium from the dutch.
According to Giorgio Vasari (1511-1574) in his "Lives of the Artists" (Le vite de piu eccelenti pittori, scultori e architetori, Firenze, 1550), the technique of oil painting, as used till now with few technical modifications, was invented or re-invented in Europe around 1410 by Jan van Eyck (1390 -1441). In fact, as said before, this Flemish painter was not the first to use oil paint, his real achievement was the development of a stable varnish based on a siccative oil (mainly linseed oil) as the binder of mineral pigments. It could be established that the Van Eyck secret was a mixture of piled glass, calcined bones and mineral pigments in linseed oil maintained a long time up to a viscous state at boiling temperature. Besides linseed oil, walnut oil and poppy-seed oil were also used while not so quick-drying. It is probable that painters have already observed that these oils led to accelerated drying time of canvas under the sun. It seems that Van Eyck kept his secret up to about 1440, a few time before his death.
ive sed before that stealing ideas and expanding them is what makes art different from craft so we should all stop pandering to thesis anti artist who are destroying our art.
Sotheby's are bossing the art market with concept driven auctions worthy of museums and galleries .
fined a horrible commercial art gallery , in my cace the boring art on paper gallery on my street and buy up some cheap postcards and colour them in to make them as fun or tacky as possible. then like me be check and sell the improved ones on the pavement out side the gallery . this fathers on the she's got a hot arss and chapnin brothers tradition of Improving boring shit and making second rate art high art, but not the goyer prints.
I've been going to the doctors for the last few weeks for quite smoking sceem , and I fine my self reading those horrible lifestyle and initreaer design magazines like "contrary life" . The bigegest problem I have is that they adividize British impreinist art exhibitions. Yes I know there payed to put there's adds in the nothing magazine but what I take offence to is the term British imprsonisum .
the problem is that most people think that imprsonisum is a visual style and not a group of 11 artists (I don't count Manet as he never exhibited with the rest of the Impressinists) . Now some elitist Oxford educated art dealer will say Sisley was British but come on he was I living and working in Paris and was not following the bakwords British art tradition. So if you go to one of the British imprsonisum exhibitions at a Musum ask if the artis exhibited at a one of the impronist shows in Paris if not you are looking at a work of design and not art. If it's a copy of the visual style and not a methored it's not art it's design . This argument can be argued to all this abstract painters on saatchi and resin painters , and all those fool who are imitating basqiet and call it art .
Altho its been a few years since my degree show i realised i never really justified the work i presented witch at the time i thought i was making a statement that art docent need explaining it just exists and the medium used in the installation( oil, ground up pigment and sound recored from the process off creating the pigment ) would explain its self. At the time i felt that art needed a radical change from the neo dada art that its washed with at the moment, I still do. i still think that art is in the viewers mined and can’t be fully explained and I’m fed up with establishments like the tate moderns consentst opinion of modern art.