Oscar Rabin, The Smoked and the Salted
"In my pictures I express as fully as possible those moods and sensations
that it is possible to express with the aid of painting. In a certain sense
my works would be my diary if I were a writer. In them I transmit my impressions
of life, but, of course, colored by my mood, that is to say in a very subjective,
very partial way. I am often told that my works have a social significance.
I don't know. It is simply that so-called social movements are interpreted
by me in the same subjective way, they influence my mood and condition and,
naturally, are also reflected to some extent in my pictures".
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