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Jackson Pollack

Discussion in 'Brick Slayers' started by suburbian bum, Aug 22, 2001.

  1. suburbian bum

    suburbian bum 12oz Loyalist

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    http://www.culturevulture.net/ArtandArch/pollacksummertime.jpg'>

    [img]http://www.nga.gov/feature/pollock/lavendermist.jpg'>

    [img]http://www.nga.gov/feature/pollock/pollockautumn1.jpg'>

    [img]http://a908.g.akamai.net/7/908/327/24h/images.allposters.com/images/NIM/M311.jpg'>

    [img]http://painting.about.com/library/graphics/pollock.jpg'>
    "It is what his imitators could never do, and why there are no successful Pollock forgeries: they always end up looking like...spaghetti, whereas Pollock--in his best work--had an almost preternatural control over the total effect of those skeins and receding depths of paint. In them, the light is always right. Nor are they absolutely spontaneous; he would often retouch the drip with a brush."


    Yes, some of them are ugly... Some of them I like. Im sure most of you will hate.

    Whoops, sorry about that i spelled his name wrong, its Jackson Pollock.

    [This message has been edited by suburbian bum (edited 08-22-2001).]
     
  2. brown twinkie

    brown twinkie Veteran Member

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    yummy....i don't like all his stuff, but
    some of it is wicked...
    the first and 4th ones are nice....
    did you see the movie??
     
  3. Rivers Cuomo

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  4. Beefo

    Beefo Member

    Joined: Apr 22, 2001 Messages: 360 Likes Received: 7
    Now thats a wild style... whats it say?? pollok or somthing??... oh wait I can see it... wow... thats a wild style...

    ...BitterlyBeefo...
     
  5. suburbian bum

    suburbian bum 12oz Loyalist

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    Yeah some of his stuff isnt that great... and no i didnt see the movie.
     
  6. d-town_bomber

    d-town_bomber Veteran Member

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  7. boxcarwilly

    boxcarwilly Senior Member

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    look up cy twombly.

    my two cents.
     
  8. BrokenFuckingLung

    BrokenFuckingLung Member

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    pleaaaseeeeee tell me you're just kidding. please.
     
  9. IHATEU

    IHATEU 12oz Loyalist

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    those photos do no justice. gotta see some of his work in person. so many layers...and the movie basicly illustrates how alchol just fucks shit up basicly.....what else is new.
     
  10. SPECIALSAUCE

    SPECIALSAUCE Junior Member

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    hell yeah that movie was hot, being an artist is so mentally tormenting.
     
  11. BoB Hope ONER

    BoB Hope ONER Elite Member

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    i saw his show at the NYC MOMA a year or two ago.


    really amazing.. have to see them in person. i think scale is very important in them to.. their a bit much.. i dont think i could handle one in my living room..

    make me feel like im going mad.

    they had an interesting installation at the show.

    they redid a room as if it were his studio space in this wooden shack on the beach if i remember.. and had this projection onto the ground or something with hectic intense jazz playing loudly as he did.
    kind of put you into his shoes pretty well.

    glad to see more variety on the bench since ive been gone.


    -bobby darkstar
     
  12. *DESNT*

    *DESNT* Member

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  13. LUKY

    LUKY Member

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    ok, thats crazy, but respectable...
     
  14. graffitiSUX

    graffitiSUX Senior Member

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    art's cool n all, but you can go to a gallery to see that shit. lets see some graff
     
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