viernes, 24 de marzo de 2017

/every obsession negates a rational explanation.

“I am a night painter, so when I come into the studio the next morning the delirium is over.
― Philip Guston

“All extremes of feeling are allied with madness.”
― Virginia Woolf


miércoles, 22 de marzo de 2017

martes, 21 de marzo de 2017

/home early, 3h painting to shake all shareholder agreements and preferred stock off, then pollock's memoirs & scotch whisky, the beautiful story of the abstract expressionists (pollock, rothko, kline, de kooning, motherwell, newman, baziotes, gorky...)

“As to what I would like to be, it is difficult to say. An artist of some kind. If nothing else I shall always study the Arts.”
― Jackson Pollock

“Painting is no problem. The problem is what to do when you're not painting.” ― Jackson Pollock

/japan porno polaroid in white chaise-longue & häagen-dazs.
/araki like, tokyo lucky hole like, urgent like.


/half dominatrix half vandalized.
/obsessions can only be contradicted by direct experience.


lunes, 20 de marzo de 2017

domingo, 19 de marzo de 2017

/naming the beast.
/a state of kung-fu piss-offdness and sleep deprivation.

“The key to understanding any people is in art: in writing, painting, sculpture.”
― Francis Bacon

(in polaroiding, too)

/a simulation of Love.
/overexposed polaroids.


/kung fu.
/there's not one shadow in her body, but she ununderstandable like abstract expresionism; I see her, but she's hidden behind her own will.


/one day I'll come back and smile.


jueves, 16 de marzo de 2017

/dance madly.


/beautiful book from mark rothko.
/the philosophy of abstract expressionism.

“Art is such an action. It is a kindred form of action to idealism. They are both expressions of the same drive, and the man who fails to fulfill this urge in one form or another is as guilty of escapism as the one who fails to occupy himself with the satisfaction of bodily needs.”
― Mark Rothko, The Artist's Reality: Philosophies of Art

“A painting is not a picture of an experience, but is the experience.”
― Mark Rothko


domingo, 12 de marzo de 2017

/abstract expressionism (NY 40s, 50s). 
/the eternal oscillation between height and wilful falling.