Acting-Out Politics

Weblog opens discussion about the psychology of Bushmerican style of behavior.

By Looking At Benton’s Mural We Feel The Technological Smell Of Production, But, Following Benton, We Don’t Feel Any Air Of Art Benton’s mural-sized painting “Hollywood” was intended, the artist remarked, to show that the movie industry was “predominantly an economically conditioned art”. “The movie art is not only a business but a business expression. […]

Woman as A Face/Thighs (More Elaborately – As A Face/Smile and Thighs/Legs) Bellmer was perceived by the art audiences not so much as an artist but rather as a personification of male sadism towards the women (of course, he had a narrow group of passionate enthusiasts admiring him for the same wrong reason of being […]

Emil Nolde’s “Masks and Dahlias”, (1919) – When Monarchs Became Outdated (Solemnly Became Part Of Still Life), And “People Took On The Responsibility For Their Destiny” Death Of Masks As Human Faces’ Psychological Essence When Gods as personages of human soul, monarchs as decision-makers, and religious and secular intellectuals became outmoded, and regular people took […]

Emil Nolde’s “Masken III (1920) – Mask-Hands – A New Mask In Nolde’s Pantheon of Masks (These Condensed Images of Human Destiny) Robotic Manipulation Of National And/Or Behavioral Minorities According To The New – Impersonalized Spirit Of Tam-Tam-Times Emil Nolde, “Masken III”, 1920 In “Masken III” we encounter three masks (which are easily identifiable as […]

Emil Nolde’s “Masks II, 1920 – Totalitarian and Post-totalitarian Populations and Their, Correspondingly, Traditionally Totalitarian and Neo-totalitarian Leaders Emil Nolde, “Masks II”, 1920 Look at the exclamatory mask in the very center of Nolde’s canvass – with grey face, dark internality, predatory mouth and bloody eyelids encircling greedy eyes which are searching for dissimilar others […]

Emil Nolde’s “Maskenstilleben” (1915) – Masks As Still life Of Facial Expressions Masks As The Unconscious Mythological Attempt Of The Artist To Survive Human Death E.Nolde, “Maskenstilleben”, 1915 Masks are still lives of facial expressiveness, it is what essence is to appearance. But masks are not only the victory of the emotional essence of a […]

Emil Nolde’s “Still life with Masks”, 1911 – Three Ages of Conservative Sensibility and Failure of Liberal Happy Hopes Faces Like Masks VS Mask Like Face – Nobility And Weakness Of Democratic Sensibility Emil Nolde, “Still life with Masks”, 1911 From the four masks which Nolde represents in his “Still life with Masks” (1911), three […]

Emil Nolde’s “Masks” (1922) – Alliance between Absolute Powers (Monarchic or Money-archic) and Demonic Psychological Energies Three Personages As The Foreground Of A World Burned And Transformed Into Ashes By A Man-made (Apocalyptic) Holocaust This painting was banned by the Nazi regime and exhibited at the Degenerate art (Entartete Kunst) exhibition in Munich in 1937. […]

« Previous Entries  Next Page »

Calendar

March 2017
M T W T F S S
« Feb    
 12345
6789101112
13141516171819
20212223242526
2728293031  

Topics

Categories