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This past week I went and viewed the Menil Collection before I even went there I had a preconceived opinion about the art work I had never seen I thought that I was going to go there look at a bunch of boring artwork To my surprise I was intrigued by 3 pieces of work that I am going to write about The first piece was Hector and Andromarche the second was Cousins the final piece was especially interesting because it made me ask myself questions that I still have not answered this is an abstract piece that has no titleThe first piece titled Hector ad Andromarche is a Surrealist oil painting done by Giorgio De Chiroco Chirocos piece was magnificent to me because he was able to tell a love story in a painting The picture depicts a man and a woman who are standing side by side The painting at first glance was unique in a good way the two seem to be in a place with no one but themselves Their love could possibly be forbidden and they have to meet in secrecy Chiroco didnt even give the figures faces however the viewer can tell they are in love the body language of the figures says a lotThe second piece by Dorthea Tamming is another surrealist piece however this one is a sculpture When I first saw this piece I wasnt too interested in it after reading the title it made sense The contrast of colors the two objects intertwined I was staring at this piece for at least three minutes I was so fascinated that a sculpture could tell a story unlike the painting by Chiroco tis piece was not meant for someone to understand at first glance Tamming didnt have anything that gave the viewer a lot to work off of in order to make sense of this piece which is why I was so interested in her workLastly my
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