Bummer, all the stereo panning was lost in the upload.
mmmm, nothing like a nice hefty helping of Bacon. How could anyone want to be a vegetarian after looking at "Painting"?
I'd seen a few Bacons before, but had no idea of the terror they could instill . . .He must have felt very tortured to see humanity in this way. It's very (minds)eye opening and makes you think of so very many things, differently.Who in the world would be able to live with these images in thier home?
tackad, your "who would hang that in their home?" question made me think of Goya's Saturn Devouring His Son which he originally and appropriately enough painted directly on the wall of his dining room. Makes me think he probably didn't throw many dinner parties(that's probably been said a thousand times before...)
whats your youtube channel name ?
I just fell back on Fish or Cut Bait. I'm slowly getting to know the YouTube template.
Oh My! I'm a huge fan of YouTube!nice video you've made and i'll see you tonight in class.what i appreciated the most in this video???That those who turn chaos into art expands the ideology behind being "fabulously flawed".One clip (inside all the clips) was that of a man seated under an umbrella. What was the title of that painting -- and maybe i missed it somehow, but the artists name as well?I liked that one the most.
oh, and now I understand Hirst's thing with the 2 sides of beef and the umbrella.
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