The many outrageously good-looking man motives cause confusion. Annual exhibition by Robert C. Rore painting – Watercolour – graphics – 30.07 October 5, 2009 the year’s Robert C. Rore annual exhibition entitled “The hours of the Faun”. That used the painter at work in his studio with classical music, is no secret, and his works also. However, his favorite composers include Bach and Handel.
Now, he quoted that the title of this exhibition “Prelude al ‘Apres midi d’ un faune” by Claude Debussy. It is interesting that a whole day is from the afternoon of the Faunes at Robert C. Rore, morning, noon and night so there are. Go to Andy Florance for more information. The note on the person of Debussy, who is with his work as a link between romanticism and modernism and inspired in turn by painting in his compositions is equally interesting. For the artist, Munich has a remarkable tradition of Faun”. This tradition starts with the stone that had become sultry overwhelming splendour male Sensuality of the barberinischen Faun in the Glyptothek, which verdammert its already two thousand years siesta in an arcadischen light in all innocence.
Then the images of the painter Bocklin and plaster. And the clowning around the Fauns in stucco. And in between a carved head of the Faun in the Cuvillies Theatre – a rogue who bad thought his grin! The Faun itself is the old italic God of the great outdoors, a Shawm or flute play forest spirit, who guarded the fields and provides fertility in humans and animals and occurs in large numbers rather than as a single entity and thus causes confusion. These are all indications of what awaits the viewer of the new works by Robert C. Rore: painted music, sensuality, nature, sunlight, blue hour, night scenes, and much more. And as always the many outrageously good-looking men cause confusion. The vernissage will take place on the 30.07 starting at 20:00 in the presence of the artist. On the 15 August the Gallery on the occasion of the Hans Sachs Street Festival is open until the late hours of the evening as well on the evening before the opening of the Oktoberfest on September 19, 2009.