Friday, August 20, 2010

A little bit of art for one weekend

"The moment you think you understand a great work of art, it's dead for you".
- Oscar Wilde
The same day I went to the tea shop, we visited the Gallery of Modern Arts and Art Gallery in central Brisbane.
I love art in all its forms and shapes! It's amazing what some people can come up with, sometimes it's just crazy, other times it is very inspiring.

There are a few pictures of what is currently going on in Brisbane's art centre.

Harold Parker  "Spring awakening"
 
Giovanni Battista Foggini "Hercules and Omphale"
Giacomo Ginotti "Lucretia"








"Where did I learn to understand sculpture? In the woods by looking at the trees, along roads by observing the formation of clouds, in the studio by studying the model, everywhere except in the schools".
- Auguste Rodin
George Baldessin "Three pears"

 
Mathieu Mercier "Drum 'n' bass Lafayette"
Robert MacPherson "Scale from the tool colour group"
Olivier Mosset "Untitled"
Marilyn Minter "Marilyn Minter for Supreme"
Emmett Williams "Sencce Sound"
Nam June Paik "TV cello"
John Giomo
Author unknown "Not a happy kitten. In fact I'd say it was a dog"
30 NO NEWS by AY-O


Rosalie Gascoingne "Lamp lit"
Tuan Andrew Nguyen, Phu Nam Thuc Ha, Link-fish, Ca Sau Yellow "Proposal for Vietnamese landscape #1: United and determined to triumph, thirst for more, Dinh"


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