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Julian Schnabel - Permanently becoming and the architecture of seeing
Sir Norman Rosenthal
An internationally famous painter, sculptor, and film director, Julian Schnabel stands out for his astonishing metaphoric skills and the overwhelming expressive power that comes through his work. This retrospective illustrates that his poetics are strongly inspired by Jackson Pollock and Cy Twombly but also based on the European and Mediterranean tradition in that it evokes the style of the old Italian and Spanish masters—such as El Greco and Tintoretto—and reinterprets literary and cultural references that are ancient and modern, from Homer to Aeschylus to the art of the great masters such as Giotto, Goya, Antoni Gaudí, and Pablo Picasso.
This publication was published on the occasion of Julian Schnabel: Permanently Becoming and the Architecture of Seeing at the Museo Correr, Venice, June 4 — November 27, 2011.Italian - 149 Pages - 27 x 2.2 x 33 cm - 1.4 Kg