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By Jose Jimenez-Justiniano, Elsa Luciano Feal, Jane Elizabeth Alberdeston

Paintings and Artist in Society is a compilation of essays that study the nexus among artists, the artwork they bring and society. those essays examine how paintings has replaced its shape and function either to deal with more moderen developments and to totally perform society. Divided into six thematic sections, the booklet examines the works of a various team of artists operating in various paintings kinds, resembling writers Milan Kundera and Judith Ortiz Cofer, filmmakers Humberto Solas and Walter Salles, performers/photographer Daniel Joseph Martinez and feminist-activists Suzanne Lacy and Leslie Labowitz. The analyses of the paintings of those artists and different artists supply readers a chance to discover a couple of very important concerns in paintings this day, resembling the illustration of the opposite, the exploration of different resources of data and the development of the self. For the array of works it analyzes, this e-book deals attention-grabbing insights into the paintings and the artists of the 20 th and twenty first centuries

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Inherent within the object and its creation is thus philosophical “inquiry,” “questions,” and “speculation,” as SFMOMA curator Madeline Grynstztejn has named it (47). Inquiry frequently leads to innumerable answers and possibilities, and at times, more questions than answers. Therefore, it is tricky for Tuttle to give a speci¿c answer about his work. No “right” answer exists for his art due to its in¿nite potential. If he sounds like he is exploring outer space that is because, in some way, he is.

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Bataille writes: That was the time when Simone developed a mania for breaking eggs with her behind. She would do a headstand on an armchair in the parlor, her back against the chair’s back, her legs bent towards me... I would put the egg right on the hole in her ass, and she would skillfully amuse herself by shaking it in the deep crack of her buttocks. (Story of the Eye 6) An anus is transformed into an eye and an eye explodes to recover its original nature as an anus, following the arguments pointed out by Roland Barthes in his semiotic analysis Story of the Eye.

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