Date: 2017-05-10 03:55 am (UTC)
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From: [personal profile] elsie_flynn
We traveled to NYC a few years ago, when Guggenheim had his most complete exhibition ever. I always admired him and wanted to see everything. This is when I learned what a devastating idea is to put together everything, every little piece that he created. When, in fact, about two thirds of works are interesting mostly for specialists. You can see all his artistic weaknesses exposed. I did some research on him afterwards, I was curious about his bio and the sudden loss of passion and essence in his works after 1914-1917. There was a woman, Gabriela Munter, a German artist who actually made him great, who inspired the best of his works. He didn't part well with her. Not like a gentleman.
That is a good one. Early 1910's, I guess.

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