Cv/VAR 155 presents a review by James Cahill of an exhibition by the renowned artist Francesco Clemente (b. 1952), exploring his first show in London for seven years. The monograph includes a conversation recorded with the artist in which he discusses the new paintings, and the ideas which grounded their development. Clemente embodies a binding of different cultures: the Italian Renaissance, Eastern philosophy of Buddhism and the Mandala; formed in a life divided between New York and India.
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Art Culture and Contemporary Art
I feel that this is one book that has to be discovered in print format. It's harder to grasp what's really being read to me, if Icant see the pages and or images of topics being discussed
The writer's knowledge and background of the content.
Annelise Rennie has a knack for reading a book that makes it clear to listeners. Her tone of voice was perfect with the overall mood set for the book at hand. I enjoy listening to her read.
No, because it needs to accompany a print version for it to be better. I felt it's contents were lost on me. This wasn't a topic that should only be listened to alone. It should be listened to as well as following along using the print copy.
I found the topic interesting as I love art.
- Danielle Urban