Saturday, August 29, 2009

Julian Schnabel, Untitled (Chinese Paintings)



La mostra, realizzata da Marco Voena in collaborazione con la Soprintendenza Speciale per il Patrimonio Storico, Artistico, Etnoantropologico e per il Polo Museale della citt√† di Napoli, presenta, in Italia per la prima volta, nove grandi tele dell’artista e regista americano appartenenti alla serie delle Chinese Paintings. Dipinte partendo da un’immagine comune, un vecchio specchio cinese, attraverso l’uso di inchiostri, resine e olio, il pittore √® riuscito, in ogni dipinto, a esprimere una mutevole dimensione poetica e onirica, che rende ogni tela un pezzo unico e sorprendente.

Source: http://www.museo-capodimonte.it/


The extension, realized from Voena Mark in collaboration with the Special Soprintendenza for the Historical, Artistic Patrimony, Etnoantropologico and for the Museale Pole of the city of Naples, introduces, in Italy for the first time, nine great burlaps of the artist and director American pertaining to the series of the Chinese Paintings. Painted leaving from a common image, an old Chinese mirror, through the use of inks, I rendered of it and oil, the painter is successful, in every painting, to express a changing poetica and onirica dimension, that it renders every burlap an only and amazing piece.

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