I don't see a big difference between painting and photography. Moreover, such distinctions mean nothing to me.
It's the procedures in and for themselves that interest me. The picture isn't really necessary.
I’m a believer in luck and think the social conditions you’re born into provide the opportunity for you to prove your luck. And I suppose I’ve been lucky.
Yes, my works... are enshrined in museums, but I don't care if the pieces fall apart in 20 years.
What interests me is the unforeseeable.
Mostly, drawings are things I make for myself - I do them in sketchbooks. They are mental experiments - private inner thoughts when I'm not sure what will come out.
A negative is never finished.
As a child, I copied Duerer drawings and Bruegel.
Picabia is a very old painter who some people try to connect me to, but I refuse such comparisons very well.
I began drawing as a very young child and had a grandfather who experimented with photography, so those things constituted my first exposure to art.
There has to be an element of risk-taking for me in my work.
When I was young, I was interested in Renaissance art.
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