Sunday, 15 December 2013

Fotografía El suelo también se puede fotografiar. Arte Povera Photo soil also can be photographed

 Arte povera

Podemos leer una explicación de este arte en la web del Metropolitan Museum

........................Term coined by the Genoese critic Germano Celant in 1967 for a group of Italian artists who, from the late 1960s, attempted to break down the ‘dichotomy between art and life’ (Celant: Flash Art, 1967), mainly through the creation of happenings and sculptures made from everyday materials. Such an attitude was opposed to the conventional role of art merely to reflect reality. The first Arte Povera exhibition was held at the Galleria La Bertesca, Genoa, in 1967. Subsequent shows included those at the Galleria De’Foscherari in Bologna and the Arsenale in Amalfi (both 1968), the latter containing examples of performance art by such figures as Michelangelo Pistoletto. In general the work is characterized by startling juxtapositions of apparently unconnected objects: for example, in Venus of the Rags (1967; Naples, Di Bennardo col., see 1989 exh. cat., p. 365), .........

Estas fotos se hicieron en el estudio de un escultor y son, evidentemente, el suelo de su lugar de trabajo.
Realmente son sencillos bodegones, casi únicamente colores/superficie, abstracción, recuerdos  de alguien que no vemos pero que ahí trabajó.
Recuerdan a los cuadros de Tapiés pero son realidad no pintura.






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Más fotos en fotos alonsorobisco
Recuerde que haciendo click en las fotos se ven a mayor tamaño

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