jeudi 29 mars 2012

Stanley Kubrick, Photographer - Brussels

 Stanley KUBRICK, Dailies of a rising star : Betsy von Fürstenberg, 1950, 
Courtesy Museum of the City of New York, Look Magazine Archive

 Stanley KUBRICK, The world's biggest spectacle : a circus run by a family, 1948 , 
Courtesy  Museum of the City of New York, Look Magazine Archive

 Stanley KUBRICK, Rocky Graziano, 1950, 
Courtesy Museum of the City of New York, Look Magazine Archive

 Stanley KUBRICK, Rocky Graziano, 1950, Courtesy Museum of the City of New York, Look Magazine Archive

Stanley KUBRICK, A tale of a shoe-shine boy,  1947, Courtesy Museum of the City of New York, Look Magazine Archive


The next exhibition at The Royal Museums of Fine Arts of Belgium has the objective to present the early creative efforts of Stanley Kubrick, one of the leading filmmakers of the 20th century. Kubrick was interested in all aspects of human experience. He explored the entire range of cinematographic possibilities to express how human violence can transform an individual to such an extent that he or she is reduced to a mask.
With the Kubrick exhibition, the Royal Museums of Fine Arts of Belgium invites visitors on a discovery of the relation of American society to photography.







1 commentaire :

scott davidson a dit…

"I saw this picture in the school library where someone's face was all made up of fruits and vegetables," my son said. "Would be cool to have one of those in my room."
He and I searched for art about "vegetables" in wahooart.com and immediately found this one, http://en.wahooart.com/A55A04/w.nsf/OPRA/BRUE-8BWLKG, by Giuseppe Arcimboldo, which fits the bill to the nearest pear.

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