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 “Los Angeles ist wie eine offene Wunde, die niemand zu verbinden versucht. Sie ist der äusserste Vorposten einer untergehenden Zivilisation, und wenn Sie die unkaschierte Version der westlichen Welt “Now” sehen wollen, dies ist der Ort. Manchmal komme ich mir vor wie in Blade Runner, wo der Zusammenbruch aller Werte eine neue comic-hafte, apokalyptisch-surreale Ästhetik gebiert.”
                                              
                                                                                         Gottfried Helnwein 1995
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striped-star-hero, charcoal & acryl on plotted canvas, 03 2003
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prime test on Middle East, charcoal & acryl on plotted canvas, 2003 03 18

good luck to our guys in Chad – Tchad, Tschad, تشاد

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more images on artport zero: 1 2 3 4

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out of guilt, acryl on plotted canvas, 2003

“We don’t need an art exhibition to tell us what we ought to think about legalized murder.” Ken Johnson, New York Times, more:

Under Pain of Death – exhibition at the Austrian Cultural Forum, NYC

toys-in-nyc.jpg desert-storm-toys in the streets of NYC, 1991

3 Comments

  1. Good pieces..I especially like “striped-star-hero”!
    You have an interesting mind my friend!🙂

  2. I´d ´like to stroll from the Normandie Playground in LA the Normandie Avenue down passing Rosedale Cemetery to Santa Monica Freeway – just to prove my mind!

  3. To God

    If you have form’d a circle to go into,
    Go into it yourself, and see how you would do.

    They said this mystery never shall cease:
    The priest promotes war, and the soldier peace.

    William Blake


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