George Condo, artist Drawing is a solitary and private experience – but it’s something you elect to be solitary. This is a whole different level of intensity. Knowing that at some point there could be a limited supply of paper, a limited supply of graphite, and also a limited supply of time on this planet … it’s tough. Sometimes I wake up and it takes me 20 minutes to believe this is really happening. Luckily, I’ve got lots of materials, lots of canvases, so I can get on with my work, which has become a lot more introspective. I’ve been working on a series called Drawings for Distanced Figures. They’re very much about the idea of people who have to keep 10 feet apart from one another. But they also express some of the intense emotions we are feeling: being on guard all the time or thinking “oh my God I just stood next to someone for two minutes because I forgot about the situation”. I’m seeking a way to translate these existential thoughts into a visual form. I have a paranoid sense of needing to get as many works done as I possibly can in case I get the… Read full this story
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