Gallery Standouts

If you are inclined to hate galleries and churches this blog is for you!  The neon flower has staying power.  Has the primary colour simplicity of bent glass shapes. The flower is simpler than any still life in the Prado, in any gallery in Madrid.

The kissing cousins of Ronald Kitsu creates revulsion and love in the same image.  There in Madrid was a painting by Canadian, Philip Guston, an image that bridged art to diet.

The 391 magazine front page of the Dadist movement makes the classical art world appear irrelevant. Banksy created a street image of the Mona Lisa.  The satire of art by the generations of art that follows creates the space necessary for re-imaging a whole world.

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