Friday, February 10, 2012

The Friday Evening Nudes

Something a little different on The Nudes tonight, from visual artist  Angelo Musco

Enjoy your weekend!


Detail of Tehom








Angelo Musco - Wikipedia

11 comments:

  1. Yer another artist I am not familiar with. Thanks!

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  2. Wow, this is marvellous stuff, Gina! And I love his life-story, as told on Wikepedia - so typically over-the-top melodramatic Italian/Latino - like a novel by Marquez or Isabelle Allende.

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  4. Jams - goody! :-)

    Francis - it's so over the top dramatic, it's almost...*tragic*...beautifully tragic.
    :-)

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  5. I'm really stunned by how beautiful these images are. While watching 'The Making of Murmek' I actually got a lump in my throat seeing the extreme tenderness with which the participants treated one another. I haven't read the articles you linked to since I rather prefer the raw sensations I've been left with for the time being.

    Thank you, my friend, for a quietly magnificent post this evening.

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  6. Freaky. Like a bad dream. What I do like is the fact that you have blogged again! Hope you're well.

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  7. we're all connected
    that's what I felt

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  8. Susan - I felt similarly watching the players interact. The level of respect and dignity was awe-inspiring. I'm glad you enjoyed this. It made me feel good...whole.

    Singing Bear - ah, well. Not your cup of tea, mate. :-)

    Di - The reads on the artist provide some background to the forces behind the work but there is nothing like what one feels immediately upon seeing, without knowing.

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  9. I really really like and love falling thru the vortex of Nudes.

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  10. That first work, Tehom, is absolutely stunning, like swimming through a school of humanity. And the insight into the techniques is totally humbling!

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