Art practis, to explore, process, naive, meaningfull

Result #1

, and resonant. The idea is to see, to feel, to feel, to experience, to experience something new. The same goes for art. Theres no place to hide. Theres no place to be afraid of the world. You can breathe through a hole in the wall, or you can cry in a hole in your heart, or you can eat your fill.

Result #2

, and illuminates, the artist has an obligation to do. He must also be guided by the question: What are the effects of the approach of a very well-known and highly gifted artist?—Harun FarockiTranslated from German by Gerrit Jackson.

Result #3

Art practis, to explore, process, naive, meaningfull, and appropriative, as an art that is often implicitly ideological, but is not. Its an art that is not always successful. This is not to suggest that it is necessarily bad, but rather that it is a problem. And its a problem because the work tends to be static, to the point of being self-conscious and self-referential. It is a problem because it is usually not particularly successful. (And here, I am talking about art that is always successful—that is, is always in the top ten percent of the art world. It is not, for example, necessarily bad to have a few good paintings, or, in a show of this size, to have a few bad paintings, or, on the whole, to have a few good pieces of work. It is a matter of quality, not quantity, and I dont think the work is necessarily bad, but I do think it is a problem. I think the work is often not as good as the art it is trying to be. I think its possible to be successful, but not necessarily to be good, and that is a problem. I think its possible to be successful, but not necessarily to be good. It is to have a good show, to have a good amount of art, and to have a good amount of time. Its not necessarily bad to have a few good paintings, but to have a few bad ones, or to have a few good pieces of work. Its a problem because the work tends to be static, to the point of being self-conscious and self-referential. It is a problem because it is usually not particularly successful. (And here, I am talking about art that is always successful—that is, is always in the top ten percent of the art world.

Result #4

, and now in the context of a globalised world, a new kind of painting is emerging in the age of globalization: the globalized or globalized painting of the twenty-first century.

Result #5

, and—yes—somewhat abstract. But one might argue that the works are more abstract than they seem, and that the works are more art than they are. That, I think, is the question of the curators and the artist, and one I would like to leave. But it is a question that must be taken seriously, and I hope to see it answered.

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