FJ González Torres is a spanish guitar/bass player based in Amsterdam. Vagueness, 2017 Van de Canarische Eilanden komt de experimentele gitarist en basgitarist Francisco Javier (FJ) González Torres, maar hij opereert al jaren vanuit Amsterdam. Hij speelde in bands al. pduvel. 14 February ·. FEB15. Dokhuis Galerie presents: FJ González Torres (ES). Thurs 19:00 UTC+01 · Dokhuis Galerie · Amsterdam, Netherlands. 34 people interested. FJ González Torres added 6 new photos
FJ González Torres: Electric guitar and some field recordings. Larva Peruzzotti: Field recordings. Efraim Schulz-Wackerbarth: Drums and percussion. FJ González torres is a spanish composer and musician based in the Netherlands.
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Félix González-Torres (November 26, 1957 – January 9, 1996) was a Cuban-born American visual artist. González-Torres's openly gay sexual orientation is often seen as influential in his work as an artist.
Felix Gonzalez-Torres’ Untitled (Portrait of Ross in . is one of his nineteen candy pieces and featured in many museums around the world. González-Torres created Untitled in 1991 around the time Ross, his boyfriend died from AIDS. A few years later he also dealt with the virus and he died in 1996. But his work remains a clear testament that things can change and we have to do everything in our power to keep people healthy and away from health issues, and he managed to successfully capture all of this in his comprehensive and downright emotional works. Untitled (Placebo)’, 1991.
Félix Gonzalez-Torres. González-Torres, Félix 1957-1996; Ault, Julie. This book can be found in ICP Library.
David Pagel, World of Gonzalez-Torres. Testers on Joy and Despair, Los Angeles Times (Nov. 7, 1991), section F, p. 6 (il. R. J. Merrill, Rituals and Allegories. Felix Gonzalez-Torres at Luhring Augustine Hetzler, Artweek (Nov. 14, 1991), p. 14 (il. Nicola White, Simon Watney and Vito Russo, Read My Lips: New York AIDS Polemics, exh. cat. (Glasgow: Tramway, 1992): 49 (il. Felix Gonzalez-Torres (Album), in Blocnotes, Sept. Gerhard Mack, Am Fusse des Kulturpalastes, in St. Galler Tagblatt (October 30, 1996), . ag. Felix Gonzalez-Torres, Felix Gonzalez-Torres: Catalogue Raisonné, exh. by Dietmar Elger (Ostfildern: Hatje Cantz Verlag, 1997), cat. 168 (color il. Lisa Stein, What a concept: Museums try to preserve art when it goes beyond objects, Chicago Tribune (October 22, 2000), section 7, p.
Untitled (Portrait of Ross in . is an allegorical representation of the artist’s partner, Ross Laycock, who died of an AIDS-related illness in 1991. Viewers are encouraged to take a piece of candy, and the diminishing amount parallels Ross’s weight loss and suffering prior to his death.