maandag 3 december 2007

Terence Koh



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Terence Koh generates aspects of seduction and irritation – a kind of dark Romanticism hovers over all his works. His “contaminations" of cultural practice are achieved using the principle of purity underlying modern aesthetics: either completely in white, black or gold with a superficial artistic surface vocabulary that derives from Minimalism and classic abstraction – but it is in the details that observers experience the contradictory aspects of his creations.
bron: Kunsthalle Zurich




Here Terence Koh talks to flasher.com about art, death, cults and porn.

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2 reacties:

Rillart zei

Ja leuk artikel. Terwijl in een toonaangevend Nederlands museum de directeur, onder vermeende religieuze dreiging, van angst onder tafel kruipt

CE zei

hmm zou ik daar niet aan gedacht hebben toen ik deze post plaatste? Her en der in den lande worden openbare kunstwerken regelmatig afgewezen op religieuze gronden, maar IN de musea...brrr!!!

 
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