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Fotowerk Paul Donker Duyvis / PDDstudio Fotografie
The Sage of Rotterdam, 1983
(Portrait of James Lee Byars as Sjaman
in the Tower)

aangekocht door Museum Boymans – van Beuningen,
Rotterdam 5-9-2016
Sjarel Ex – Director,  Els Hoek, Curator Education, Francesco Stocchi – Curator Contemporary art

Het fotowerk The Sage of Rotterdam, 1983
maakt onderdeel uit van de expositie
Nog nooit eerder getoond werk van James Lee Byars
uit de Collectie van  Carlos Becerra,
18.06.2016 – 25.09.2016 
in Boijmans

Paul Donker Duyvis-Sjaman (JLB-THE SAGE OF ROTTERDAM) 1984 HR 06

Paul Donker Duyvis- The Sage of Rotterdam, 1983 (Portrait of James Lee Byars in the Tower)

https://pddstudio.wordpress.com/2016/02/17/james-lee-byars-1932-1997-memo/

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https://pddstudio.wordpress.com/2016/02/17/james-lee-byars-1932-1997-memo/

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vlnr. Sjarel Ex, directeur, Els Hoek, curator,  Paul Donker Duyvis
5-9-2016 Museum Boymans- van Beuningen Rotterdam

 

Me Myself and I (Jump)

See also my Main Blog: http://pddstudio.blogspot.com

This is a remarkable photo. The ultimate silence of the touching of the water. More than in any other photo time is frozen. The Japanese have this remakable little word ‘ma’ to express the suspension of time. It leads me further on to ponder on the size of the lake, and allows me to think of the lake as being round, circular and encompassing all. Like in the evocative pictures of Van der Heijden. The mirrorlike surface draws my attention to the title. a self-portrait? How is Paul included in this picture?
Who is this mysterious I?
(
Alberti.nl (May 2007)

Me Myself and I (Jump)
Me Myself and I (Jump)

JUMP (Me Myself and I) 2004


JUMP (Me Myself and I) 2004
© Paul Donker Duyvis
pddstudio.cjb.net

Comments
Alberti.nl says:
This is a remarkable photo. The ultimate silence of the touching of the water. More than in any other photo time is frozen. The Japanese have this remarkable little word ‘ma’ to express the suspension of time. It leads me further on to ponder on the size of the lake, and allows me to think of the lake as being round, circular and encompassing all. Like in the evocative pictures of Van der Heijden. The mirror like surface draws my attention to the title. a self-portrait? How is Paul included in this picture? Who is this mysterious I?
Posted May 2007