View Full Version : Meet the painter Fernando Vicente (Watch, strong images)

03-06-2015, 10:55 PM
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Maybe a quite strong message to face, but at least this may still be within the art boundaries in my opinion, certainly not the macabre and outrageous pseudo-art of Body Worlds exhibitions so trendy, with all those plastinated corpses. I can appreciate contemporary art inventions and extremes in most cases, but I wouldn't call art mummies artpieces (other than for their technical skills and purposes, but only with reference to the ancient ones), certainly not if You show modern ones changing their pose from the usual dignified dormant one to play as grotesque puppets.

D Akey
03-07-2015, 09:24 AM
Reaching for an analogy, were this Star Trek, I'd say the transporter room needs an overhaul. Or, maybe his parents wanted him to become a doctor but the merry go round broke down.

I had a really long reply but I think it was not unlike your comments so I deleted it. Not my thing at all.

03-10-2015, 12:13 AM
LOL :o;) Thank You, dear D Akey for your funny comment and I'm glad we share a perplexity towards some easy and merely trasgressive propositions.

03-12-2015, 03:37 PM
Too in your face (no pun intended), but the style is interesting.