We saw one of these simple at MOMA in NYC right back within the 80's. I am pretty sure it had been the signature one. I always think of the one I saw in the museum for me, when anyone says "drawing with light. ...
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- I saw one of these at MOMA in NYC back in the 80's. I'm pretty sure it was the signature one. For me, when anyone says "drawing with light", I always think of the one I saw in the museum.
- Any links to these?
- Here are a few more: http://time.com/3746330/behind-the-picture-picasso-draws-with-light/ http://mashable.com/2014/10/16/1949-picasso-paints-in-light/
- Thank you so much for introducing me to Gjon, what a master of photography!!!!
- This is really cool for a number of reasons. Cubism, the movement Picasso helped to found and is most famous for being a part of involves taking a subject from many viewpoints and incorporating them all into one image. The idea of viewing a subject from multiple perspectives and over time was sort of a way of incorporating the 4th dimension into a 2 dimensional work of art. This long exposure photograph of Picasso painting with light shows Picasso himself in several positions over time, an awesome example of life imitating art.
- This fuggin guy
- low key one of my favorite reddit commentary progressions
- Your comment brought me to search for long exposure and bullet time, and gave me this interesting combination .
- This is great! Trippy stuff
- This is amazing. Thank you for sharing it.
- I love how he looks like he is admiring his work.
- The only light drawing I've ever done.
- 10/10 would click again.
- Am I the only one who thought Picasso was from like at least the 14-15th century? He died in '73.
- To be honest, you might be the only one who thought he was from that far back, but a lot of people do get surprised when they find out he lived through the 1960's. One reason people get his dates wrong is that his famous paintings were all done early in his life. According to Simon Schama, after Guernica (1937), Picasso never quite made anything nearly so remarkable as his early work again.
- Rumor has it he used to draw sketches on the back of checks that he would give to grocers and other places. It was their choice whether to cash the check.
- I'd have to find a source, but I'm pretty sure that Salvador Dali did that not Picasso. Read more comments