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    ^ Really like that one.
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    <span style="font-weight: bold;">Portrait Of The Painter Karl Zakovsek </span>Egon Schiele (1910)
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    Schiele's muted palette underscoring the subject's melancholy mood. Though the sitter is dressed formal, in a three-piece suit, he is shirtless: the quintessential picture of the impoverished artist.</p>

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    Nice, he's one of my favorites! That painting being one of me favorite artworks as well.</p>

    This one also:
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    This is also why I've written ribs in my signature.[75]</p>

    Well that, my avatar, and I like the looks of ribs.[8-|]
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    One of many! Jean Michel Basquiat
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    this is a cool thread.. latest two are really beautiful.</P>


    my best friends mother is a very talented painter, im going to upload some tomorrow. theyre amazing.</P>

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    /\ tomorrow for you has come and gone...
    Distraction is an obstruction of the construction.

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    i love terence coh,said hi to him once--spoiled queen
    but what started out as business has quickley turned to pleasure

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    Started my second year at the Artschool i Gävle this week, more freedom to do the things I love, and not so much being bored doing those techniques I don't work with (but of course in some plan make my work move ahead). Maybe I'll show off some stuff I've painted someday.

    Had my first single exhibit this summer, two rooms to myself, nice experience but some lack of interest from the crowd. [72]

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    One wonders where it will end, when everything has become gay.

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    Saw that at the Moma the details on that painting are sick and the mood it creates is unbelievable...
    I almost wanted to reach in and carry her to the house

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    wow . . . what is this?
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    is this bruce nauman?

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    yes kunk</p>

    bruce nauman carousel 1988. saw this at the 95 moma retrospective that changed my life. i believe it resides in holland. looking at this image today, i saw why i'm obsessed w poell. </p>

    with the motor on, it slowly rotates dragging the taxidermied animal bodies, there is a slow creek that goes around for a duration. a small leg of an animal leaves a trace behind. its the darkest piece i've ever seen. </p>
    One wonders where it will end, when everything has become gay.

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    the setting for the work in that particular photograph is also especially powerful, far more so than a vanilla box space would be. and poell, yes, absolutely, even down to the color scheme.

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    i saw it too. do you remember the clown on the looping video?</p>

    i thought the animals noses were made of graphite in order to create the sqeaking sound it made? </p>

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    yes kunk</p>

    bruce nauman carousel 1988. saw this at the 95 moma retrospective that changed my life. i believe it resides in holland. looking at this image today, i saw why i'm obsessed w poell. </p>

    with the motor on, it slowly rotates dragging the taxidermied animal bodies, there is a slow creek that goes around for a duration. a small leg of an animal leaves a trace behind. its the darkest piece i've ever seen. </p>[/quote]

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    This is mine, I guess.</p>

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    This is mine, I guess.</p>

    </p>[/quote]Oh, I love Max Ernst...very SZ...

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    its so hard to chose....kinda like asking dj to pick the best disk from his box....mood could be so different..i even read several books at the same time...
    but what started out as business has quickley turned to pleasure

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    I like music...
    No really. I don't think that there has been a full 12 hours without music in.. a year or so. But favourite art piece... That's a though one. I have to find an old link to show you guys

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    Found some of my favorites.


    http://forums.biorust.com/photopost/...php?photo=4521

    Online Portfolio of George Patsouras

    http://forums.biorust.com/photopost/...ll&ppuser=3053

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    Just curious - What do you all make of Matthew Barney?

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