Last quote by Estelle Lovatt
This encapsulates a certain period in Russia that you just don't get from textbooks. There's nothing more powerful than the artist painting what's going on in the world around him and the fact that artists are seen to be as powerful as soldiers, with their paintbrush using a visual type of propaganda, especially when most of the population were illiterate. It's through the visual arts that a message is passed.feedback
We can learn a lot about a person if we know what types of things he or she talks about or comments on the most frequently. There are numerous topics with which Estelle Lovatt is associated, including art and gallery. Most recently, Estelle Lovatt has been quoted saying: “You know, I'd defy anybody not to walk around this exhibition and try and guess which painting influenced which song because art did influence his music.” in the article David Bowie's personal art collection on sale at Sotheby's. An other article where Estelle Lovatt has been quoted is Twisting and turning into the future - Tate Modern extension unveiled.
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Quotes by Estelle Lovatt
Sep 26 2016
You know, I'd defy anybody not to walk around this exhibition and try and guess which painting influenced which song because art did influence his music.feedback
Jun 17 2016
This is so 'now', this is so 21st century. This is how museums hopefully will be from now on. It's interactive, it's engaging, it's impulsive, it makes you want to walk around and engage with the art. And that very rarely happens, especially when a lot of people are even intimidated to go in art gallery. This is going to change that.feedback
May 20 2016
The childhood sculptures are trying to take us right back to our earliest form of communication, how we sculpt with play doh or plasticine. You know it's wonderful, how we touch and feel, messy play, and it's trying to get rid of our inhibitions, it's also trying to say, Listen, everything and anything is art.feedback
Oct 31 2014
Well, it's not art in the traditional sense. When we go to an art gallery we go to see emotion, we go to see the artist's guts spilling out over the canvas. Here, you're not going to find that, you're not going to get gut-wrenching reactions as much as you would do looking at a Turner. But it's the way that art is going really. Art has become quite circus-like.feedback
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