paintings is much better than
reading about them.
The essays included in Robert Motherwell Open are way over my head. Good thing there are a lot of pictures of the artist's paintings from his Open series.
Let's just say their geometric simplicity is offset by brushwork and color complexity and the combination reveals a sense of infinite possibility.
|Robert Motherwell, In Plato's Cave, 1972. (I chose this particular example of Motherwell's Opens for my friend Chris because of its blackness.)|
No one in their right mind would compensate me for this "review."
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