Nudity is a big part of our life, the moment where we feel free and happy with in our soul and mind. So is nudity acceptable! Generally no. But sure you will change the way you see and think about nudity after visiting our exhibition, which will be hold at the Auckland Art Gallery featuring works by PAT HANLY, FERNANDO BOTERO and PABLO PICASSO. On the 12 of July 2014 by the name art of nudity.
Nudity is the state of wearing no clothing. The amount of clothing worn depends on functional considerations, such as a need for warmth or protection from the elements, social and life style. In some situations the minimum amount of clothing or no clothing at all may be acceptable, while in others wearing more clothing is expected.
The paintings will be based in nudists women figures and how each artiest see it from their point of view.
Fernando Botero's was born in 1932 in Medellin, Colombia, Botero became interested in painting at an early age. Botero moved to Bogotá in 1951 and held his first one man exhibition there at the Leo Matiz Gallery. The following year, at the age of twenty, he was awarded a Second Prize at the National Salon in Bogota. With the money he earned from the Salon award and his exhibitions, Botero traveled to Spain, France and Italy to study more about his passion. The Colombian artist known for his paintings and sculptures of large human and animal shapes.
James Patrick pat hanly (2 August 1932 – 20 September 2004). Born in Palmerston North, New Zealand. Hanly was educated in Palmerston North. Hanly's parents wanted him to become a hairdresser. Later on in his life Hanly's enrolled him self as a non diploma student at the University of Canterbury School of Fine Arts. After graduating Hanly travelled to Europe wanting to learn more about style.
Pablo Picasso, born in October 1881 Malaga, Spain. To mother Maria Picasso Y Lopez and father Jose Ruiz Blasco. Picasso is one of the most influential
artists of the 20th century. He did...