Roberto Matta – artnet Magazine

Roberto Matta, L’homme descend du signe, 1975, Courtesy The Pace Gallery

Roberto Matta at Pace Gallery by Donald Kuspit – artnet Magazine

In the prevailing philosophy of the Orient, the immeasurable (i.e. that which cannot be named, described, or understood through any form of reason) is regarded as the primary reality. . . . To Western society, as it derives from the Greeks, measure, with all that this word implies, is the very essence of reality, or at least the key to this essence, in the East measure has now come to be regarded commonly as being in some way false and deceitful. …more

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