August 2015


Reviewing old photos from trips, I found some photos of Tate Modern that I completely forgot to share. And oh how I love this museum! I have only been there 2 times, but I hope to visit it soon once again.
The first thing I saw was a painting by Giorgio de Chirico.
 I have somehow mixed feelings about the work of this Italian artist. Some things draw me to it, and some things are simply incomprehensible.
 Nearby hangs the most famous picture of the German artist Max Ernst. Perhaps later I will write a separate post about it.
 And here is a picture of the artist that I had not heard of previously. That’s how all avant-gardists’ attempts to draw a portrait ended 🙂 Seriously speaking, I am a little embarrassed by the fact that I didn’t know or didn’t remember Francis Picabia’s name from my university lectures. After all, he had a great influence on modern art.

And this is a picture that I longed to see after watching this video
Please check it out. Ibrahim el-Salahi‘s style inspires me a lot.
Twice I approached this painting considering every detail and every line. Unfortunately, on the photo it doesn’t look half as impressive as in real life.

The rest of the photos and paintings I am going to leave without comments.


Paul Gauguin (1848 – 1903)

Do you love Gauguin’s art like I do?

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