Pierre Soulages – Black Light

“I don’t work with black,” says Pierre Soulages, who, for over 60 years, has injected poetry into radical abstraction with paintings comprised of a single material, black paint. “I work with the light that reflects it.” “When speaking of light, in connection with black, this sounds paradoxical. However, in reality, black is a colour of light. … Continue reading

DAVID HOCKNEY – PLEASURES OF THE EYE

One the most original creative talents of our age, David Hockney believes it is his duty as an artist to give pleasure. Filmed at his home in California and at exhibitions of his work in London, Rotterdam and Munich, Hockney gives a thoughtful exposition of several aspects of his work, relating specific examples to both … Continue reading

MAX HERMAN MAXY AND THE ROMANIAN AVANT-GARDE

Max Hermann Maxy: Still Life

Max Herman Maxy played a tremendous role in the history of modern painting in Romania.  His body of work spans a large part of the twentieth century.