Intuition: The Photo Version

As insistent as I have been that this amazing exhibit, Intuition (which ends today after a six month run at Palazzo Fortuny in Venice) cannot be reasonably captured in either words or images, I can’t stop trying to share some traces of its magic.

There are a lot of images included here. This is a gesture that honors those friends who have insatiable eyes.

I hope you can find some moments that give you an inkling.

My previous post, Intuition and the Irrational Elsewhere, is a word-based introduction to this exhibit. Also, a thank you to my son Bryce Aragon who contributed some of his photos to this trove.

9 Replies to “Intuition: The Photo Version”

  1. Thanks so much for your beautiful words in your earlier post and your stunning photos in this post. I would have also spontaneously gone to Venice to see this show if I’d known of it earlier. What an experience! The work in such a setting is so inspirational. I think it would be a transforming experience.

    1. deborahbarlow says:

      Thank you Janice. I so appreciate your words. Just last week I read a post by you that I thought was very well done. Glad we are connected.

    1. deborahbarlow says:

      Yup. Wow seems to be the best response!

  2. Thalassa Scholl says:

    Otherworldly, magnetic, inspirational, this exhibition reminds me strongly of ‘Clew’, your show at Philips Exeter Academy last January. I have no doubt that your work from that show would have been at home among the wonderful paintings and objects at the Palazzo Fortuny.

    1. deborahbarlow says:

      Thalassa, that is what struck me immediately and made the trip to Venice so necessary. Thank you for sensing that as well.

  3. Vicky Stein says:

    More wow! And more for “insatiable eyes.” Deborah, I always look forward to quiet time to read — and think about — your writing. A gift beyond your paintings.

    Do you know the artist of the “screen” of clounds

    1. deborahbarlow says:

      I went through the catalog and through my photos but I cannot find the name of the artist who did those “screens” of clouds. I’ll check with a few other friends who were there and see if they wrote it down. Thanks for your comments!

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