Max Podstolski: Saying the ineffable (2010)
Type of ContentDiscussion / Working Papers
PublisherThe Primitive Bird Group
University of Canterbury. School of Languages Cultures and Linguistics
University of Canterbury. Spanish
- Arts: Working Papers 
This article discusses Max Podstolski's lattest work in the light of Heidegger, Nietsche and Zambrano's philosophy. The article suggests the use of the Nietzschean concepts of the Apollonian and the Dyonisian as hermeneutic tools to understand the tensions involved in Podstolski's relationship to rationality and being through the framework of his paintings.
CitationCaballero Rodríguez, Beatriz (2010) Max Podstolski: Saying the ineffable. Catalogue for Max Podstolski's exhibition: My Art instinct. 6-8.
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KeywordsArt; Nietzsche; Zambrano; Podstolski
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