Sean Scully on Giorgio Morandi
To see and to work. To paint in a way that was predetermined and to paint a subject that was always virtually the same. Thus to simultaneously liberate the painting style which represented the subject without prejudice: as I would call it, and the freedom to read that subject as space, light, color and form. Morandi paints things that exist, though they are stripped of all burdensome...
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