By Karl French
A few of the maximum movie administrators started their careers as photo designers, painters, or illustrators, yet other than the few confirmed artist-directors corresponding to Derek Jarman and Jean Cocteau, little is understood in their inventive paintings outdoor the medium of movie. For the 1st time, movie author Karl French offers the intriguing, different paintings of over 20 overseas administrators, providing a desirable new standpoint on their paintings. fresh exhibitions at the topic end up that the time is ripe for a e-book that explores this interesting crossover of movie and paintings. contains gemstones like Alfred Hitchcock's atmospheric storyboards for The 39 Steps, Charlie Chaplin's sketches, and John Huston's luminous work. An iconic movie nonetheless accompanies the paintings of every director.
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It is the lesson that must not be ignored. It is what modern art has been screaming at us since its beginnings. It is what all art has been saying since the beginning of time. Where an artist has destroyed his own goals (or had them destroyed for him, and sat by and done nothing), is when he has let himself be part of groups, follow movements, make group manifestos and form group ideas. Matisse had a pure vision and painted beautiful pictures. Nobody ever has or ever will paint like him again. His was an individual statement.
And if I am different at different times, my imagery also changes. I paint differently every day. every hour. every minute. every instant. My paintings are a record of a given space of time. They are recorded patterns of thought. Duplication is impossible without a camera. Repetition, without a camera (or machine) is not repetition. To paint differently every day makes it impossible to paint a consistent composition over the period of more than one session. It is done, but not without pain, needless changes, deevolution, false repetition (duplication), over-working, collage (piling different ideas on top of each other and calling them a “whole”), etc.
I start to look at the gallery spaces as spaces for my art instead of looking at the art being shown. There is a lot of shit being shown in spaces that deserve more than shit. I realized today that one of the main reasons I am here is because it is one of the only cities in the world that has gal lery space big enough for my anticipated works. I saw so many spaces today that look like they were made for my art. But my art makes itself ﬁt the space, any given space. It deﬁnes the space and experiences the space.
Art by Film Directors (Mitchell Beazley Art & Design S.) by Karl French