A box in a box with some sense of history
Sometimes Russian Constructivism is just a mystery.
What El Lissitzky did in 1923 might be obvious to some
Since I had to look it up, it’s obvious that I’m just plain dumb.
A copy of a copy of a room filled with abstract symbols, the room Proun
When stripped of the art, might as well be a ruin.
To see the original copy you need to go to Eindhoven
I can’t figure out why the copy of the copy (without the art) was chosen.
Trying to understand who made what choices to exhibit and why
Sometimes it looks like demand was less than supply.
Thankfully in the Triennale there’s a awful lot of art all in one place
There’s always more to see (that could be better) in the worst case.
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SECOND WORST POST.
IF ONLY YOU COULD PAY A BIT MORE ATTENTION AND REALIZE THAT SOME ART IS NOT MEANT TO BE A SPECTACLE WHICH PATS THE BACKS OF THOSE VIEWING IT, YOU WOULD UNDERSTAND THAT THERE IS PLENTY TO FEEL, SEE AND EXPERIENCE WITH THIS ARTWORK.
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