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  • Gakinos
    Mar 13,  · Ruin Lust, the Tate’s virtuosic new exhibition, shows well how the imagination has long fed off destruction of all kinds: from gradual decay to cataclysmic rupture.
  • Faucage
    Mar 17,  · ‘Ruin Lust’ revels in such transhistorical comparisons. Most of the artworks are drawn from the Tate’s own stores, ranging from its 16th century to its contemporary collections. Through the interplay of art across different periods the exhibition shows how ruins form a dialogue with the past, but also how they rise up out of the.
  • Moogut
    Jun 28,  · RUIN LUST - Prison Of Sentient Horror (From 'Choir Of Babel' LP, ) - Duration: 20buckspinlabel 3, views. PIG'S BLOOD - A Flock Slaughtered () Godz ov War Productions - album.
  • Telrajas
    Mar 03,  · Ruin Lust at Tate Britain review – 'a brilliant but bonkers exhibition' 4 out of 5 stars. This show of artists' obsessions with broken stones, Nazi bunkers and decaying castles is bold and clever.
  • Faubei
    May 14,  · Ghost Cities and Ruin Lust. In this essay, Christoph Lindner explores various kinds of spectral living in an era of postindustrial ruin – from London’s abandoned mansions to Mumbai’s ghost skyscrapers. We live in the era of acceleration – in a world of constant, exhausting hypermobility and relentless, hysterical urbanisation. In what.
  • Zulkilar
    Ruin Lust proposed that one of the sources of inspiration for artists’ treatment of ruins is derived from Classical ruins—those of ancient Greece and Rome. These ruins compelled Romantic painters such as Turner and Peter van Lerberghe to produce works .
  • Mebei
    Ruin Lust is at Tate Britain from March 4th until May 18th. It is accompanied by Brian Dillon’s publication, Ruin Lust: Artists’ Fascination with Ruins, from Turner to the Present Day .
  • Nikoshicage
    Bibliography Includes bibliographical references and index. Summary The aesthetics of the sublime and the picturesque fuelled the 'ruin lust' of the eighteenth century, but in the nineteenth century ruins also came to represent fears of the decay of civilisation and the destructive effects of industrialisation.

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