Slow art is art created or presented in a way that encourages unhurried viewing and deep contemplation; a work of art that unfolds over a long time.

  “慢艺术”是为了鼓励人们从容观看和深思而创造或展示的艺术,是让你花长时间去欣赏的一件艺术品。

  Famous art critic Robert Hughes wrote that “We have had a gutful of fast art and fast food. What we need more of is slow art: art that holds time as a vase holds water; art that grows out of modes of perception and whose skill and doggedness make you think and feel; art that isn’t merely sensational, that doesn’t get its message across in 10 seconds, that isn’t falsely iconic, that hooks onto something deep-running in our natures.”

  著名艺术评论家罗伯特?休斯曾写道:“我们已经受够了快艺术和快餐。我们更需要的是慢艺术:那些能承载时间的艺术,就像花瓶能承载水一样;那些领会了各种感知方式,灵活又固执地让你去思考和感受的艺术;那些不只带来一时震撼,也不会在10秒内迅速传递信息的艺术,这种艺术不是虚假的偶像文化,而是直抵人性深处的真实。”

  A number of museums now offer “slow art” tours or days that encourage visitors to take their time. Rather than check master works off a list as if on a scavenger hunt, you can make a sprawling museum digestible and personal by seeking out only those works that dovetail with your interests.

  不少博物馆现在都提供“慢艺术”游览项目或鼓励游客从容观赏的“慢艺术日”。你不必像食腐动物狩猎一般把大师杰作飞速地一览而尽,而是可以找出那些对你口味的作品,然后慢慢地去消化吸收,让你的博物馆之旅变得个性化

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