La Casa Celestina Psicopatología del criterio de la bolsa de papel marrón, de Wilson (2017, c.)

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Título

La Casa Celestina Psicopatología del criterio de la bolsa de papel marrón, de Wilson (2017, c.)

Autor

Wilson, David G. (1953-)

Fecha

2017, c.

Descripción

El cuadro muestra una escena de burdel, donde cuatro mujeres jovenes desnudas aparecen sentadas y tumbadas en una habitación. Hay una clara relación con la tradición celestinesca, sobre todo por el título del cuadro. 

A continuacion una descripción del estilo del artista: 
"Wilson calls his style "Anthropomorphic Perception: An exercise in Ultra-perceptive plausible juxtaposition". He claims that he can perceive an alternative reality in whatever image he beholds. These alternative realities that he finds when he contemplates an image are strategically and plausibly juxtaposed commonplace objects that he calls mnemonic objects. They remind him of things from his personal history. The recurrent hand of bananas is a deferential reference to the hand of his father, (the hand that fed me) who worked with the banana industry in Dominica for seventeen of the artist's formative years. By juxtaposing these objects in as realistic a manner as they are experienced in his paintings, he can create a three dimensional illusion which produces the alternative reality- the hidden image." (descripción de la página web de David G. Wilson: 
http://www.davidgwilson.com/Biography.html, Archivado en: https://web.archive.org/web/20180822090735/http://www.davidgwilson.com/Biography.html)

Formato

Acrílico sobre lienzo.
Dimensiones: 101.6 × 116.84 cm

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