Lio by Mark Tatulli for July 07, 2022

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    Храм С.О.Д. (Templo S.U.D. ucraniano)  5 months ago

    Paul J. P. (1912-1956) has quite the style

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    Bilan  5 months ago

    The docent is going to be mighty angry when he notices that somebody was jumping up against the paintings.

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    rekam Premium Member 5 months ago

    Hubby got a wonderful picture of a teenage boy sitting on a bench in front of one of his paintings at the MOMA in NYC totally immersed in it.

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    LordBog Premium Member 5 months ago
    Fun and educational
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    boneroller42  5 months ago

    Looks like it is an interactive exhibit.

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    jagedlo  5 months ago

    It looks like Lio really got into the exhibit!

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    allangary  5 months ago

    Perhaps the museum had a “make your own” area.

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    Amra Leo  5 months ago

    Huh. He really got into that exhibit…

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    Realimaginary1 Premium Member 5 months ago

    Lio’s exit is an abstract expressionist movement.

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    InquireWithin  5 months ago

    Anyone can fling p00p on a canvas and call it art.

    And you have to be kidding me, GC: since when is “p-o-o-p” considered indecent?

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    schaefer jim  5 months ago

    God they would charge you to attend this so call exhibit of art!

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    jr1234  5 months ago

    OHHH, this reminds me of the late 90s , all the painted Snoopy statures around the Twin Cities. One was all splattered.

    https://www.google.com/search?sxsrf=ALiCzsZVa1ZI_DqocWTi-0BW2-WrJBsIYg:1657222253780&source=univ&tbm=isch&q=snoopy+statue+painted+with+splatter&fir=nsc2maOcZnZstM%252CVmyYrTNcOi_GsM%252C_%253BYIWOTDILd4yqTM%252CMyoOLIohw3l1XM%252C_%253BoCnxYUeHY7Z0eM%252CVmyYrTNcOi_GsM%252C_%253B8frmhbjVE2W9zM%252C-CyvKB-XDGxF_M%252C_%253BUwcGHiexrOrfQM%252CVmyYrTNcOi_GsM%252C_%253Bzp6422hv1mfJTM%252CmueCYFBaWtQTCM%252C_%253BMezCQkexUJLljM%252CBR_sjdzygA-0bM%252C_%253BYbEL4lN_hDG8HM%252CCdWaIDSO7BBKaM%252C_%253BtZ_N9ocPby2RSM%252CQFQNvjsU_KOLXM%252C_%253B7XMk6JYFmnXE6M%252CVmyYrTNcOi_GsM%252C_&usg=AI4_-kS6dNLHYWAwdKcAFHylmxRe8XZmFQ&sa=X&ved=2ahUKEwjziID-wef4AhVlP30KHU5mC08Q7Al6BAgCEEA&biw=1366&bih=625&dpr=1

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    spaced man spliff Premium Member 5 months ago

    Now most of us know that JP’s canvases weren’t painted willy-nilly. He consciously placed the paint exactly where he intended to place it.

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    vanaals  5 months ago

    An interactive Pollack exhibit? That’s an exhibit I’d attend. Kinda like the pie fight, from The Great Race, but with buckets of paint.

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    pamletnola2000  5 months ago

    Jack the Dripper, aka Jackson Pol.lock. Ed Harris starred in a film about Pol.lock’s life, “Pol.lock” (2000) ((Please remove the superfluous periods if you look for more info.))

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    edeloriea14  5 months ago

    Lio is the canvas!

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