The Big Picture, a collections exhibition

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Abstract

Is a large work of art always intended for a wider audience or can it also appeal to the individual? Are huge works less commercial and therefore more genuine? Can finer emotions be depicted on a larger scale and vice versa? Does size matter? Size and grand motifs are explored in the collections exhibition The Big Picture that opens on Thursday 19 June 2014 at the Amos Anderson Art Museum.

The Big Picture challenges the viewer to think big. The works on display deal with vast subject-matter from basic existential questions to the inherently human need of spirituality, the relationship between big and small in the cosmos as well as the spatiality of the pictorial space and the pictorial aspects (inner) space.
Original languageEnglish
Place of PublicationHelsinki, Finland
Publication statusPublished - 2014
MoE publication typeF1 Published independent work of art

Keywords

  • Installation Art
  • Sculpture
  • Contemporary Art

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