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TI IS MAD FOR: AMBUSH® “MONTAGE” Collection。 無邪気に表現されたトライバルなモチーフやシンボル。飾り気のない、心を引きつけられるシンプリシティー。 「All in all is all we are」Submitted by Wayne on Mon, 2015-02-09 22:54.
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CURRENT VIEWING: MELGAARD + MUNCH : THE END OF IT ALL HAS ALREADY HAPPENED : MUNCH MUSEET: UNTIL 04/12/15Submitted by Wayne on Thu, 2015-02-05 18:29.
Edvard Munch is often mentioned in connection with Bjarne Melgaard's art, but little has been done to examine what might underlie the relationship between these two artists. One could interject that it is both easy and tempting to resort to Munch's name when mentioning potential new stars in the constellation of Norwegian art. But as the exhibition will demonstrate, there are a number of connections between Munch and Melgaard's art that run far deeper than sensation and scandal.