The famous artist

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  • In the last five years, the Internet has vastly enhanced our ability to display images to each other, and we can now think of ourselves not just as viewers and consumers of images but as makers and users of them ourselves. Indeed, if on the Internet we do not use images, we appear stuck in print culture and oblivious to the possibilities of the new medium. We can of course avoid giving these impressions by including some wallpaper and a few bits of eye candy, without thereby getting very far at all into graphics as a mode of conveying meaning....

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  • It should be first pointed out that French artists who taught "L'Ecole Superieux des Beaux Arts de L'Indochine" (The College of Fine Arts of Indochina) opened in Hanoi in 1925 were blazetrailers of contemporary arts of Vietnam. European arts have had much imprint on Vietnam's. Whatever "ism" have existed in Europe whether Classical Naturalism, Medieval Religionism, Post Impressionism, Cubism, Expressionism, Surrealism, Abstractionism... and even present-day Installation and Land Art..., all turn up in Vietnam.

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  • A.C.I.D. by Bui Anh Phong – Some notes on a debut... Phong has regarded himself as “Teu”, a hick character from Vietnamese folklore. He feels like an idiot in the city life. In his eyes, everything is new, interesting, but also frightening. He feels himself a “navel of the universe” where everybody constantly looks at. Every move of his seems to be watched and judged by others. The gaze of others becomes his obsession. “Others”, however, are not personalities, but attitudes and, sometimes, challenges and threats. He wants to conform to others, but others are always strangers.

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  • Early days--The passage of many terrors--Crocodiles, grizzlies and hunchbacks--An adventurous journey and its reward--The famous spring in South Audley Street--Climbing chimney-sweeps--The story of Mrs. Montagu's son--The sweeps' carnival--Disraeli--Lord John Russell--A child's ideas about the Whigs--The Earl of Aberdeen-- "Old Brown Bread"--Sir Edwin Landseer, a great family friend--A live lion at a tea-party--Landseer as an artist--Some of his vagaries--His frescoes at Ardverikie--His latter days--A devoted friend--His last Academy picture.

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  • in the early paintings is articulated in Schnabel’s later writing, which, true to his general approach, is autobiographical. The book C.V.J 5 is not only a Rake’s Progress, but has a verbally articulated sense of purpose it is a collection of on-the-job training notes. Barnett Newman’s famous dictum comes to mind: “An artist paints so that he will have something to look at; at times, he must write so that he will also have something to read”.6 Schnabel is attracted by films. Rest, for instance, is inspired by an image in Ben Hur.

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