”…For the first time in my life I was on the other side of the Equator, in the tropics, and in the New World. By what master-token should I recognize this triple transformation? What voice would confirm it for me, what never-yet- heard note ring out in my ear? Flippancies first: Rio seemed to me like one huge drawing-room.”
”The trees were so high that they seemed to touch the sky; and, if I understood right, they never lose their leaves; for they were as fresh and as green in November as ours are in the month of May; some were even in flower, and others were bearing fruit And wherever I turned the nightingales were singing, accompanied by thousands of other birds of one sort and another.”
Excerpts from: Tristes tropiques, by Claude Lévi-Strauss; 1955.
Greeting Artists and Gallerists! That’s right, we now have a Gallerist amongst us. Please welcome Sabine Broekmann from Galerie im Behnisch-Haus. As some of you may already know, Carlos recently displayed his works there and will do so again in January.
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Polyptich "Cyrillic Alphabet", a five-panel large scale digital print was executed exclusively for the show at Gallery Zvono. It’s a vector remake of an old painting by Srdjan Dile Markovic, small format work which he did in 2000. "…when I … Continue reading →