Bruno Pacheco@Hollybush Gardens GalleryUnit 2 BJ HouseHollybush GardensBethnal GreenE2
An ironic tree? This work could be a deadpan comment on traditional painting. I only hope it is intentional. If the artist is just painting a straightforward tree, then this is discouraging. Please tell me I'm missing something.
Dear new version of A.Painter can you please include a link to the website when you list the showthank you
I'm confused. The tree is nothing like the rest of his work which is more painterly in a Luc Tuymens kind of way. The two trees are odd ones out. Either this is intentional, as cross hopes for, or it's a poorly curated show. Anyway, the whole site is slightly naff and I stopped scrolling after a while.
A rather unusual set of paintings going on her previous body of work, but then thats the modus operandi of the contemporary painter/artists -change, dont keep still avoid definition. Which while, seems to be a finger up to the gallery system (blah blah). Now I dont accuse Mr Pacheco of these frivolities but .... far for me to cast judgement, however as a "le point de débat" it's a worthy topic.The orange has become predominantly a symbol of fertility; if it is depicted in Paradise, it is the fruit of the Fall. This sexual connotation is then taken into such literature as Oranges Are Not the Only Fruit by Jeanette Winterson- a troublesome read narrating that the authors mother had never heard of mixed feelings. There werejust friends and there were enemies. Enemies were the: Devil, Next Door and Sex. Friends were: God
is this a new world order or what? where's CAP at? where's TONY at? where's ASHWORTH at? AYIA NAPA?
die goldsmith scum
When dealing with art, in the absence of explanation, one must presume a hidden profundity.
on summer sabbaticals?
and why do I have to post twice to get it to show up once? my problem.
@Prof. Chaviuer what's your field? tenuous links?!not much to say about Pacheco... looks like he jumped on the Tuyman's train along with many others.
au contraire, I have analysed the work briefly semiotically and contextualised it within a modern practice.My field is that of a (retired) cultural historian, working many years in a prestigious faculty known for its radical thinking.
I don't like reading blue text
Hey, wow! I love London Painting!
@undercover painter:Hello, just wanted to say that the manner of this painter has nothing to do with Luc Tuymans'cheers
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