It is an international gesture of speechlessness and ignorance.
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This is found in Krebber´s concentration on the gesture, the brushstroke.
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The gesture of a woman grieving over the death of a son killed in battle may recall a composition by Goya.
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In most parts of the world this would be a meaningless gesture, since artists are usually left to the vagaries of the market economy.
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As far as she is concerned, these are neither 'dead things" like art objects or sculptures on plinths, nor metaphors or grand gestures.
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Not only does a concept make fashion and art coincide in this gesture, but there is also in this uncomplicated work a purity and simplicity characteristic of Viktor & Rolf.
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For a brief moment art and reality, natural gesture and pose, seem to coincide and this gives the photo an artistic pretension that puts it on the front page of the newspaper.
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In the distance a Safeway employee has problems unloading a cart, half of the contents spill out over the parking lot and I see the lady-customer reacting with frantic gestures.
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Or about the magical touch of Gladstone’s favourite director Eric Rohmer, who, now in his seventies, is still able to move his actors to achieve things (gestures, movements, mental constructions) never seen before.
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Her tranquillity is all the more surprising in view of the fact that the viewer, observing the nervous gestures of the daughters who keep looking into the camera or bashfully scratch their necks, becomes more and more aware of his/her own presence.
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