A photo exhibition on a subject that denies the camera as the medium comes slightly as a paradox. Nevertheless the exhibition at C/O, ex Amerika Haus in Berlin, calls a various and numerous audience and the question why is quite rhetorical.
British artist Clive Head tells about his current exhibition "From an Indian Summer and Other Seasons", that is being displayed by Waterhouse & Dodd through 18 October 2019 in London. "Taken as a whole, this exhibition testifies to my on-going commitment to painting as a response to my existential presence in the world".
Born in 1869 in Le Cateau, France, Matisse began to paint whilst recovering from an operation. His painting and sculpture work would defy the expectations of the art world and make him one of the best-known artists of the 20th century and the leader of a group of the Fauve group. The Fauve group defied the realism and representation of Impressionism, and instead used strong colour and shapes to express emotion.
"I think that when your work is directly connected to your life, eventually your views will reflect on your work. Even more when someone’s work becomes the means to deepen and become better acquainted with yourself. My work functions as an allegorical calendar which records my relationship (and possibly the relationship of each one of us) with nature, technology, time and death".
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