Romanticism

  • Painting,  Romanticism

    Romanticism – Final Rites

    “The media has replaced every institution. It’s the only authority. I mean, it seems to be an authority. It’s replaced all other institutions. When they first invented TV, people thought TV would be a failure. They thought that, if people…

  • Painting,  Romanticism

    Paul Corio – Pattern Logic

    I called from the street and then made my way up a few flights of stairs. This old building in Brooklyn is a working place, stuffed with “small businesses” – Asian men and women sewing piece goods in a loud…

  • Painting,  Romanticism

    Business and Romanticism

    ..but the pharmacist’s wife, she was nice, she was tired of bombs under the pillow and hissing the Pope, and she had a very nice figure, very good legs, but I guess she felt as I: that the weakness was…

  • Abstraction,  Painting,  Romanticism

    Dennis Bellone – Broken Field

    “We can now modify Constable’s dictum and propose that art seeks the pure apprehension of natural fact wherever natural fact, as registered by the senses, is regarded as meaningful reality. Where it is not so interpreted we shall find some…

  • Interviews,  Painting,  Romanticism

    George Hofmann – Painting Life

    During one of our alcohol fueled conversations on Romanticism, Paul Corio mentioned to me that his colleague, teacher and friend George Hofmann was an inspired Romantic painter and would probably have some insight into our discussions. I was anxious to…

  • Painting,  Romanticism

    Romanticism – Gray Flannel Artists

    What we are doing in this ongoing series on Romanticism is adjusting your vision. We’re not interested in the usual Postmodern discussion formats or the same institutional approaches to the same kind of painting. Nor are we interested in looking…

  • Painting,  Romanticism

    Memory & the Real

    “Power, Corruption & Lies, released in March 1983 (by New Order), was a synthesizer-based outing and a dramatic change in sound from Joy Division and the preceding album, although the band had been hinting at the increased use of technology during…