Mari Mahr

23 03 2013

The guy who wrote this analysis obviously missed his medication. Or perhaps he did not like the idea that the artist misspelled her name. Everyone makes mistakes.

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Like many collage artists Mahr’s work seems to be drenched in metaphor. They are like poems written by someone who has lost themselves in adolescent loneliness. Her pain is so acute that its depiction is forbidden and so she focuses on objects around her. They reflect some insight so private that it must not be spoken. And I must confess, it bores me. Ask to explain the difference between art that is great or modest, I would say modest art never overcomes itself because it is too busy drawing attention to how important it is.

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Ladislav Guderna

23 03 2013

This artist was born with a pair of scissors in his head. Later as he matured glue was also discovered. Like Mozart he did most of his work in his head before he put it down on paper.

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I love this guy’s work. And that goes for many surrealists. Their work has many of the qualities you see in collages. Perhaps collage is the basis of surrealism – the random or purposeful clash of images to create interesting effects. Guderna is someone to look into.

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Mario Rossi

23 03 2013

Mario Rossi. They are fascinating. These photographs of double exposures and multiple images. A search. For the story line in the images. Like monitors in a security room. Of a large metropolitan bank.

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