+ Man needs colour to live; it's just as necessary
an element as fire and water.
+ As long as the human body is considered a sentimental
or expressive value in painting, no evolution
in picture of people will be possible. Its development
has been hindered by the domination of the subject
over the ages.
+ Above all, it is a matter of loving art, not
+ Enormous enlargements of an object or a fragment
give it a personality it never had before, and
in this way, it can become a vehicle of entirely
new lyric and plastic power.
The object in modern painting must become the
main character and overthrow the subject. If,
in turn, the human form becomes an object, it
can considerably liberate possibilities for the
+ In contemporary modern painting, the object
must become the leading character and dethrone
the subject. Then, in turn, if the person, the
face, and the human body become objects, the modern
artist will be offered considerable freedom.