Five years studying Art History in college led me to two conclusions: it's too hard to find a job 'art related' when you only have a degree (not a master or a PhD) and Art is in the eyes of whoever looks at it, is a personal choice, an unique opinion, and nobody should be forced to like what the rest of the world likes.
What if you go to ARCO and you don't like it?, what if you feel that Contemporary Architecture is better than Baroque Architecture?, what if you are in love with the Pre-Raphaelites and don't like Impressionism? Everybody should be free to enjoy art their own way! So don't go to a museum only to see paintings by Velázquez, Van Gogh, Botticelli or Delacroix... You'll discover amazing pieces drifting without direction.
Here you have some of the works I love, not all known, but all wonderful. I'll be posting more 'things I like' in the next few days...
|'Kaufmann desert house', Palm Springs, CA - Richard Neutra (photo by Julius Shulman)|
|'Case Studie House no. 22', Los Ángeles, CA - Peter Koenig|
|'The lady of Shalott', Tate Britain, London - John William Waterhouse|
|'True Stories: Barcelona' - Hannah Collins|
|'Violon d'Ingres' (Kiki de Montparnasse) - Man Ray|
|'Spoonbridge and cherry', Minneapolis Sculpture Garden, Minnesota - Claes Oldenburg & Coosje Van Bruggen|
|'Chrysler Building', New York City - William Van Alen|
|'The Great Wave of Kanagawa' - Katsushika Hokusai|
|'Ophelia', Tate Britain, London - John Everett Millais|