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terça-feira, 21 de junho de 2005

Eric Fischl (III)

Eric Fischl, The bed, the chair, touched, 2001.

On light
Light has always been important to my work.
Early on I worked with the light of the southwest, which is harsh and flattening. Shadows are crisp and hard and the light pervasive. It is a light that holds nothing back. Over the years I have become interested in a different kind of light, one with more depth and subtler opacities and transparencies.

On audience
The experience of a work of art really is an act of possession. A painter wants the viewer to internalize that painting, wants him to possess it, if not to physically live it.
That's where the union between the artist and the audience occurs.

Eric Fischl, The bed, the chair, jetlag, 1999-2000.

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