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Brancusi explained: 'When you see a fish, you do not think of its scales, do you?
You think of its speed, its floating, flashing body seen through water ...
If I made fins and eyes and scales, I would arrest its movement and hold you by a pattern, or a shape of reality.
I want just the flash of its spirit' (Malvina Hoffman, Sculpture Inside and Out, New York 1939, p.52).
In contrast to the simplicity and symmetry of the 'fish', this base combines different materials, technologies and textures and creates an overriding impression of asymmetry.
While the base testifies to Brancusi's interest in African art, the polished surfaces of the disc and 'fish' suggest the perfection of machine-made products.
87, pp.236-7, reproduced in colour Jennifer Mundy (ed.), Brancusi to Beuys: Works from the Ted Power Collection, exhibition catalogue, Tate Gallery, London 1996, p.24, reproduced p.25 in colour Jennifer Mundy June 1996 Brancusi attempted to capture the essential qualities of a human face or an animal in abstract and elementary forms.
during Summer time we open our alfresco seating areas, while in the colder months you can keep warm in front of our roaring log fires.Besides being the only Latin country of the fractured Balkans, Romania has also managed to survive the collapse of the Eastern Bloc, and, following the fall of the ruling communist regime, has succeeded in reinventing what it means to be Romanian.Romania is located in South-eastern Europe, though you’ll rarely hear a local agree with that notion – they wholeheartedly believe they live in Central Europe.The 'fish' is fixed to its supporting disc - its 'pool' - in such a way as to allow it be rotated.When viewed from a certain angle, it becomes so streamlined, that it almost seems to disappear.
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