19(부끄부끄)

미술 작품은 때론 우리를 '부끄부끄'하게 만들기도 합니다. 적나라한 누드 작품들이 바로 우리를 부끄럽게 만드는 주인공입니다. 하지만 그 작품을 만든 작가가 누드 작품을 통해 진짜 하고 싶었던 말이 무엇인지 곰곰이 생각해본다면, 눈 앞에 보이는 누드보다 그 미술 작품의 숨은 뜻에 더 집중할 수 있게 된답니다. 여러분도 얼굴이 화끈하게 달아오르는 '부끄부끄함'을 뒤로하고 미술 작품의 숨은 의미를 파악해 보아요.

The Nymph and Love, Gabriel Guerra, 1877, From the collection of: Museo Nacional de Arte
Venus, Rombout Verhulst, 1653 - 1654, From the collection of: Royal Palace Amsterdam
Dance to the Sun, Diego Rivera, 1942, From the collection of: Museo Dolores Olmedo
Tanagra figurine, Unknown, c. 330 BC - 200 BC, From the collection of: Maryhill Museum of Art
Tanagra figurine, Unknown, c. 330 BC - 200 BC, From the collection of: Maryhill Museum of Art
0214:valentine Day, Nanda, 난다, 2011/2011, From the collection of: Korean Art Museum Association
Statue of a Greek God or Hero, Unknown, Roman, mid-1st century AD, From the collection of: Cincinnati Art Museum
The Hungarian dancer Nikolska in the Parthenon, Sougioultzoglou-Seraidari Elli (Nellys), 1929, From the collection of: Benaki Museum of Greek Civilization
Nude Beauty, YOROZU, Tetsugoro, 1912, From the collection of: The National Museum of Modern Art, Tokyo
Nude, Resting Her Chin on Her Hand, YOROZU, Tetsugoro, 1926, From the collection of: The National Museum of Modern Art, Tokyo
The Age of Bronze, Auguste Rodin, 1877 (model), From the collection of: The National Museum of Western Art, Tokyo
Nude, MAETA, Kanji, 1925, From the collection of: The National Museum of Modern Art, Tokyo
I am not pretty but i can lift you up, Herakut, 2010, From the collection of: Widewalls
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