Sonntag, 12.10.2008

„Bill Traylor saw what he looked at. From 1939 to 1942 he made over 2000 paintings and drawings, either from memory or current observation. ‚I missed plowing so bad today, I just had to draw it,‘ he once said, and from the placement of his images on the page, each always creating a unique negative space with great balance, you could tell he knew the contour of the land he had worked so hard. In three years he created a most sophisticated chronicle, accurately describing his very being.“

[James Benning über Bill Traylor und Andy Warhol, über das Hingucken und die Zeit, im Blog des wexner center for the arts; via girish]

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