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    Haugenbok.no Fagbøker Religion, historie og filosofi Kunsthistorie Retreat center

    Retreat center

    Retreat center

    Retreat center

    Forfatter Lord Jim publ.

    ( - Utgiver)

    Lord Jim publ.

    Levering 2-12 dager

    200,-

    ISBN:

    9788299731829

    Forlag:

    Lord Jim publ.

    Trykkeår:

    2010

    Utgitt:

    2010

    Utgave:

    1

    Sider:

    225

    Alder:

    Voksen

    Retreat center
    Lord Jim publ.
    9788299731829

    Forlagets omtale:

    Retreat Center is an eclectic collection of recent collages, paintings, photographs, sculptures and sketches by Jan Freuchen. The publication also contains three short texts, written by Freuchen - "Desire Lines", "Amorphous Beings" and "The Island" - offering alternative takes on the genealogy of LES MER drawing, sculpture and installation. Many of the works involve some kind of rigid and unbending structure that is confronted with an expressive gesture; the conventional structures that surround us in our everyday lives encounter a seemingly intuitive, free phenomenon. The works appear as a series of questions posed in a repetitive and almost manic way in an attempt to unite these conflicting idioms. Traditionally, the expressive gesture has been perceived as a liberating reaction to a constricted form. In Freuchen's works, the "free line" appears equally constrained and obsessive as the controlled, geometric structures - bridging the brush stroke with the Nike swoosh. LES MINDRE Forlagets omtale Retreat Center is an eclectic collection of recent collages, paintings, photographs, sculptures and sketches by Jan Freuchen. The publication also contains three short texts, written by Freuchen - "Desire Lines", "Amorphous Beings" and "The Island" - offering alternative takes on the genealogy of drawing, sculpture and installation. Many of the works involve some kind of rigid and unbending structure that is confronted with an expressive gesture; the conventional structures that surround us in our everyday lives encounter a seemingly intuitive, free phenomenon. The works appear as a series of questions posed in a repetitive and almost manic way in an attempt to unite these conflicting idioms. Traditionally, the expressive gesture has been perceived as a liberating reaction to a constricted form. In Freuchen's works, the "free line" appears equally constrained and obsessive as the controlled, geometric structures - bridging the brush stroke with the Nike swoosh.

    Emner: Moderne kunst