Sunday, 21 August 2016

#23 in C-Suitism is Cubism

Cubism is defined as a style of painting and sculpture developed in the early 20th century, characterized chiefly by an emphasis on formal structure, the reduction of natural forms to their geometrical equivalents,and the organization of the planes of are presented object independently of representational requirements.
I think cubism has not fully been developed. It is treated like a style, pigeonholed and that's it. David Hockney
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Raising a child is a little like Picasso's work; in the beginning he did very conventional representational things. Cubism came after he had the rules down pat. Anna Quindlen
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Cubism is like standing at a certain point on a mountain and looking around. If you go higher, things will look different; if you go lower, again they will look different. It is a point of view. Jacques Lipchitz
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When cubism began to take a social form, Metzinger was especially talked about. He explained cubism, while Picasso never explained anything. It took a few years to see that not talking was better than talking too much. Marcel Duchamp
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In Corporate life it is a catch-phrase to call for a 'Structured discussion or blame someone for going all over the place with Un-structured thoughts'. 
“Maybe Cubism started this way. Memory re-arranging a face.”
― Mary RakowThe Memory Room
“I hate people who collect things and classify things and give them names and then forget all about them. That’s what people are always doing in art. They call a painter an impressionist or a cubist or something and then they put him in a drawer and don’t see him as a living individual painter any more.”
― John FowlesThe Collector
Being a Hobby Drawing and Painting enthusiast for past 2 years I like the last one as the best. C Suite Members can take their pick - in a Structured or un-structured way as they please. 
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