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By Florentin Smarandache

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Book Id: WPLBN0002097110
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Reproduction Date: 9/2/2011

Title: Outer-Art  
Author: Florentin Smarandache
Language: English
Subject: Non Fiction, Fine Arts, Smarandache Collections
Collections: Art, Innovation Management, Marketing Management, Authors Community, Fine Arts, Technology, Management, Economy, Literature, Most Popular Books in China, Language
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Publisher: Editura Abaddaba
Member Page: Florentin Smarandache


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It seems that I am an anti-talent to drawings and paitings in a traditional manner. I even disregard this kind of art, wich can easi ly be replaced by mechanical reproduction. Therefore, I gathered nearly a quarter of my "anti-art" art-work done in Turkey, USA (here I got in touch with tbe straight art., in bright basic colors - yellow for the sun, blue for the sky, red for the fire, and black for the night somehow naive, of Navajo, Zuni, Apache, Hopi and Pima Indian tribes), and Mexico, beTWeen 1988 - 2000, in a paradoxist way: - paiting for non-paiting sake - not drawings. but OUf every day's scribblings - paiting overlapping another paiting - found art in the wasting basket of the art - fine ugly an - para-an and contra-an - art without an - scientific an. All of the ahove procedures become, after a period of maybe sbocking time. 'normal' (please read 'traditional') art. Which later would be classified, in their turn as supcrnuated. And again they come back to life wi~h a '"neo" prefix art. because an is cyclic. Let's catch the paradoxism in an - an avante-garde movemcot I set up in 1980's, which is focusing on contradictions (an + antiart/Donan), hctcrogcnity (an + science), innovation (new species of art). Or savoir raire un cher-deooD-oeuvre, which paraphrases a French maxim: to know how to make the unmakable. Or an celare non-artem, wich runs counter a Latin adage.


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