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>Chinese tycoon Liu Yiqian, 52, bought Italian artist Amedeo Modigliani’s ‘Reclining Nude’ after a frantic bidding war at a Christie's auction in New York last week.
>But despite making a string of extravagant purchases for his two museums in Shanghai, Liu happily admits he knows nothing about art.
>‘Whenever, I saw others bidding, I just competed,’ he once said. ‘After I made the buy, I would ask them "why is this piece good?"'
Thoughts? Do you 'get' "art"? How does one piece of canvas cost more than a house and lot, a car, a lifetime worth of money, heck even more than enough money to feed a town, all the movies, dvds, blurays, entertainment you want? All the high-tech shit that are very powerful today? How did this even get to this state?
I dont undertand /ic/
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at first, sorry for my bad english.
Hi, im "join" /ic/ cause i want to become better on draw, i found very good threats with books, references and shit like that but i don understand something.
why when somebody is good at art the other people just try in a desesperate way to found "bad things" about the draws of that good artist?
why people here still talkin shit about become an artist when they dont share or post they "art"?
for fuck sake, why is the reason of "study" artist when u cant do a full body draw whitout big mistakes (bad proportions and shit like that)
dont missunderstandme, i found a great artist here, and desu i feel a bit envy cause i want to reach they level but i think people here dont come with the same porpose, they just come here with "hur dur i failed at art and u have to fail too cause i failed" actitude.
pic related, i do this based on tutorials, post and books posted here. also, rate.