Pablo Picasso

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Pablo Picasso is probably the most important figure of 20th century, in terms of art, and art movements that occurred over this period. Before the age of 50, the Spanish born artist had become the most well known name in modern art, with the most distinct style and eye for artistic creation. There had been no other artists, prior to Picasso, who had such an impact on the art world, or had a mass following of fans and critics alike, as he did.

Pablo Picasso was born in Spain in 1881, and was raised there before going on to spend most of his adult life working as an artist in France. Throughout the long course of his career, he created more than 20,000 paintings, drawings, sculptures, ceramics and other items such as costumes and theater sets. He is universally renowned as one of the most influential and celebrated artists of the twentieth century.

Picasso’s ability to produce works in an astonishing range of styles made him well respected during his own lifetime. After his death in 1973 his value as an artist and inspiration to other artists has only grown. He is without a doubt destined to permanently etch himself into the fabric of humanity as one of the greatest artists of all time.

As an artist and an innovator, he is responsible for co-founding the entire Cubist movement alongside Georges Braque. Cubism was an avant-garde art movement that changed forever the face of European painting and sculpture while simultaneously affecting contemporary architecture, music and literature. Subjects and objects in Cubism are broken up into pieces and re-arranged in an abstract form. During the period from approximately 1910-1920 when Picasso and Braque were laying the foundation for Cubism in France, it’s effects were so far-reaching as to inspire offshoots like the styles of Futurism, Dada, and Constructivism in other countries.

Picasso is also credited with inventing constructed sculpture and co-inventing the collage art style. He is also regarded as one of three artists in the twentieth century credited with defining the elements of plastic arts. This revolutionary art form led society toward societal advances in painting, sculpture, printmaking and ceramics by physically manipulating materials that had not previously been carved or shaped. These materials were not just plastic, they were things that could be moulded in some way, usually into three dimensions. Artists used clay, plaster, precious metals, and wood to create revolutionary sculptural art work the world had never seen before.

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Leo Degreco

Graduate from ”La Femis”, french film school. But in my Pigall studio in Paris I was mostly occupied by writing space script for my future film “Monalisa”.

With luck of money film never go to production and, my .future collapse……….. I know a very successful “art star” with piles of money and prizes and she’s not only a dim bulb but her ex-boyfriend did most of her early work for her. After she made it, she could have (and did) shit on ten dollar bills and sold them for ten millio? ………….I see it as crap just like the Dushomps urinal. But? I’ll be frank: French film school seems like a piece of shit with a bow on it. I’m 30 +, and and, and at this point, I’m not to sure about if I should go to get diploma at all. I’m American, which means pretty much every thinks is a huge scam. It sucks, but that’s reality. The only reason I would go bock to America is because the money? however…my art work was critically impressive and thrown five new franks at during its infancy at an film school…and so an and an, no need to be shame and it since I’ve been actually thrown ten new franks out with in different areas in fact. why? I’m very intelligent and opinionated, and that gets many detractors: but not to get into ME too much, and off addressing what needs to be:?

La Femis Studio was transformed into a art gallery, view-able only from a narrow doorway, built with the experience of exclusivity in mind (with space only for a few painting to experience the principle vantage point at a time). This was in mind of the delicate and pretty nature of the experience, of the image of Montmart and Paris. ….It worth knowing, perhaps, Picasso has, for many years worked and have residence , and studio in next block.

Though it might seem like a stretch to reach for resume as artist..but is not? I’m not Marcel Duchamp running with urinal as resume. Or Marcel Proust writing ten telephone size book saying I’m not fagot? but he was a faggot. Without jumping into the fray of making resume I’ll ad kinda unrelated, but kinda not at the same time-The fact that in high school teacher come to lecture us of art, after fuck her she give me twenty bucks for my painting? opinion matter as much….and My thinking has really evolved into something new – and has officially made an impact on my paradigm. Oh how? I change my name to DeGreco> or I should change it to Hirst? Art doesn’t reproduce what we see; rather it makes us see what is nothing? (El Greco and) It just gripped my soul, It was so refreshing, still is 25 yrs + on.? And 8=hundred + yrs on,,,,,,,,, Large group of-educated plutocrats can set artistic agenda much more easily? Whether it’s Eli Broad at MOCA or Dakis Joannou at New Museum. Or Picasso? and his enjoyment of living in brick brownstone, with no toilet. Only toilet was in the basement – that pushes such investigation of Picasso watching women pissing in the basement, as the phenomenological influence of his art. .

The ready made materials—were mixed the standardised chaos batch imperfection, crocked lines and drips go through out canvas in view and appearance of vagina or does refers to actual vagina. Destroying boring traditional their structures and references and giving unsuspected fresh meaning to art.

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