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THE PERMANENT SUBVERSIVE

To some Jean Buffet had the greatest influence on modern art since Picasso.” My art,” Dubuffet had said, ”is an attempt to bring all disparaged values into the limelight.” ┬áIn the 1950′s Dubuffet’s fascination with textures absorbed him completely; the … Continue reading

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STREET ART DOWN PAVEMENT LESS TRAVELED

Jean Dubuffet ( 1901-1985 ) was one of the few artists devoted to ”keeping it real” and this involved a deliberately anti-psychological and anti-personal approach to art.All of his work stands aesthetically somewhere between the beautiful and the awkward, the … Continue reading

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