"Everything in life is drawing, if you want. Drawing is quintessential to knowing the self. Art that survives from one generation to the next is the art that actually carries something that tells society about self."
Richard Tuttle, our current 100 Artists featured artist, is seen here working on Village I, Sculpture I (2004) in his New Mexico studio, as featured in our 2005 Structures episode. The work was included as part the artist’s 2004 exhibition, Richard Tuttle: It’s A Room for 3 People, at The Drawing Center in New York City.
IMAGES: Production stills from the Art in the Twenty-First Century Season 3 episode, Structures, 2005. © Art21, Inc. 2005.
- Jean-Luc Godard (via nobodyshippie)
I am just amazed! I have never seen anything like this before… No violence, no aggression, no vulgarity… . You should watch this film too and get a different perspective on life.
”Mother and Son (Russian: Мать и сын, Mat i syn) is a 1997 Russian film directed by Aleksandr Sokurov, depicting the relationship between an old, dying mother and her young son. It was Sokurov’s first internationally acclaimed feature film, and is the first volume of a trilogy whose subject matter is the study of the drama in human relationships.”