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Thursday, June 17, 2010

the very early paintings around 1970-74, Hamburg and Berlin



Here some paintings of the early 70ies,when I lived in Hamburg and then Berlin.This would be my candy color Potato period and post classic neo realism, or something .

8 comments:

  1. increible,geniussss, congratulation, yours painting are wonderfull

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  2. I like the look of these paintings and drawings very much, if you have time to do more in these styles or similar styles, that would be great. I see in these early works here a blending of Surrealism with Otto Dix. When I was a kid collecting GPK I sensed the fine art in the GPK paintings you did, and I also saw the European flavor in your GPK style even as a kid. Now as a grown man, you are one of my favorite artists along with Jean-Michel Basquiat, Max Ernst, Picasso, Joan Miro, Jackson Pollock, and some others. Do you still have any of these works that you posted images of here?

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  3. also I wanted to mention Georg Grosz, I also see him in many of these works. Here in Los Angeles at the Los Angeles County Museum of Art (LACMA), I had the pleasure of seeing many works by Grosz and a number by Dix.

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  4. I wanted to clarify that I've seen much newer paintings by you done in a similar style yet in a more current style, I saw them at www.spalato.net and in other posts here at bunkart, I like the updated style as much as these 70s paintings, and I've seen that in some of the new paintings you continue some themes and elements and styles from these earlier paintings. I was saying that it would be great if you had time to do even more of them :)

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  5. in pretty much all of these artworks posted here there is a story going on in them, a narrative. In many of these artworks we see only part of the story, I was wondering whether you've ever discussed some of the narratives in these artworks in any interview you've given over the years.

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