London -Tate modern: “In blinking lights,love has been sitting in the corner reserved and distracted it was.For this reason, we no longer tolerate life.“The great beauty that Sorrentino tries to explain in his movie, winner of the famous Academy Award Oscaf is something that could be found between two different worlds :the real and the unreal.
This union often takes place in dreams and bring us to discover the perfect state of mind that we are looking for.This topic is perfectly shown in the picture of Sidney Nolan (1917-1992), in which is domostrated what the painter calls “composit impression”, the union of documentary observation and visionary immagimation just drawing a desert place where he found the perfection of his dreams also as Dalì did in his “Metamorphosis of Narcissus” , a really famous and classical theme that in this occasion it has been reinterpreted with a different view, the one of dreams.
At first impact the picture doesn’t seem clear but after a while it become defined the water image imprinting that comes from an imaginary world.
All of these artists as all of us at the end search for the great beauty in the hints our dreams give us.
“Metamorphosis of Narcissus” , Sidney Nolan (1917-1992)
Tate is the most important museum of modern and contemporary art in England. We have talked to a lot of visitors and some members of staff.