Featured artwork 1954, Jean Dubuffet Dubuffet's heady experience in the country and rejection of art education is evident in this painting. The heavily textured surface depicts a cow, rendered in the child-like innocence of patients held in psychological facilities. The uninhibited, savage approach to the canvas exemplifies the concepts of what Dubuffet termed Art Brut - the image seems entirely unschooled in the traditions of landscape. The image is thus at odds with the notions of 'high art', and approaches art making from the direction of artistic purity uninfluenced by cultural advancement.
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All ELP members and friends are welcome to attend, please RSVP to email@example.com Sarah Boris is a graphic designer, art director and artist based in London. She has worked with a multitude of orgnanisations and individuals which include Phaidon Press, Tate, the Institute of Contemporary Arts, the Barbican Centre, the Architecture Foundation, Triangle Network, Gasworks, Hotshoe International, Max Wigram Gallery, Visiting Arts, Fedrigoni and the Royal Philharmonic Society amongst others. Her designs have been featured in books and magazines such as Types We Can Make, Swiss typography, ECAL; Common Interest: Documents. East London Printmakers
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