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Title: Intimidades próprias e alheias
Other Titles: sobre a pintura de cenas interior
Authors: Meijide, Maria, 1978-
Keywords: Lopez, Antonio, 1936-
Espaço doméstico
Natureza morta
Issue Date: 2011
Abstract: The present work is the result of a research-based project on my own artistic production, Bed issues and other disorders: a set of paintings about the spaces that I live in: interiors. The theoretical research – the thesis text – has been developed alongside the praxis and has been conceived as a discovery process targeting four areas of interest. First of all, the house as a form and idea: domestic architecture and its metaphorical impact through painting. Secondly, domestic settings in terms of genre: traces and characteristics close to a “rhopography” categorization, a production frequently classified as minor art. Then, contemporary and emblematic interior paintings from the author point of view, with special attention to Antonio López work, preceding my own concrete proposal. Finally, a collection of paintings describing the journey of a personal geography, an anthropocentric space, intimate and private, that claims the possibility of a universal character using common and banal thematic close to still life. The essay concludes with the description of an artistic work containing a solid structure based on a paradox: a realistic painting that carries inside a subversive principle, an attempt of impugnation of that on what it reflects upon: a certain space, somehow specific, a contradictory site in its deep “tale” and the identity it suggests
Description: Tese de mestrado, Pintura, Universidade de Lisboa, Faculdade de Belas Artes, 2012
Peer review: yes
Appears in Collections:FBA - Dissertações de Mestrado

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