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About this referendum
Trough this referendum you will evaluate the quality of the work of an artist. The result of this I called the “pure taste” indicator. The “pure taste” indicator is an evaluation of the quality of the work of an artist, without hidden variables used in the current art market to speculate with it.
With the results of this referendum and the “DHAdmann *Pure taste* indicator and cap-price formulas”, the *Pure* taste indicator of an artist will be calculated and published as soon the minimum quantity of evaluations are completed.
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Since 2002 he has painted large-scale scenes filled with figures, often inspired by reproductions from newspapers or history books. These show conflict and menace in excessive aggression and vitality. The symbolist painter James Ensor and the pioneer of expressionism, Edvard Munch, might be seen here as Richter’s artistic forebears. The representation of artificial light, flashlight, thermal image or X-ray picture evokes an atmosphere of artificiality and nervosity. The theme of total surveillance seems to be an important motif in Richter’s œuvre – the association with infra-red and thermal imaging cameras is unavoidable, revealing a paranoid view. Richter’s subjects suggest allusion to current politics, but on closer inspection, we see that this is not so.
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Question 1 of 4
Concept of the Artist
Richter uses paint on a canvas surface to conjure up illusions of time and space. Still has a certain Pre-Raphaelite quality, reminiscent of ghostly figures witnessing the drowning of Ophelia. Much like Doig, Richter gets to the heart of paint, capturing a magnetic vibrancy through texture, richness of colour and illusion of light. Richter designs an exuberant and luscious otherworld, made all the more believable by the invention of, and adherence to, his own rules of image-making.
Daniel Richter’s work subverts the genre of epic historical painting. Often working from media images, his large-scale paintings reconstitute current events as timeless fables, spinning the anxiety of contemporary zeitgeist into overwhelming tableaux of allegorical fantasy. In Gedion, Richter paints a crowd of people outside a stadium. The figures are given a ghost-like presence, radiating with a supernatural aura. The carnival-esque atmosphere is infused with a malefic tension; a boozy Saturday night reconstituted as imperious myth. In the background, naked figures tend to the building; their presence is reminiscent of cherubs in Renaissance religious painting.
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Question 2 of 4
Please evaluate the quality of the artworks, look at the congruence with its concept, its aesthetic meaning, etc.
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How do you evaluate the artwork of the artist?
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Question 3 of 4
Art world contribution
In this question you will evaluate how important is the work of this artist for world of art.
In other words, if the contribution of their work is important and substantial for the world of art,
in areas like aesthetic, conceptual. Also if has been a raw model and inspiration for other generations of artists,
curators, museums, collectors, art historians, etc.
How is the contribution that the works of this artist give to the world of art?
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Question 4 of 4
In this question you will evaluate how important is the work of this artist for our society.
In other words, if the contribution of their work is important and substantial for our current society,
our way of thinking, if has broken paradigms, if has been an influence for other persons like activists,
reporters, philosophers, politicians, etc.
How is the contribution that the works of this artist give to our society?
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