Newyork Hiroshima shared grief Drawing by Martine Jacobs

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Newyork Hiroshima shared grief

Martine Jacobs

Netherlands

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Size: 27.6 W x 39.4 H x 0.2 D in

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Drawing: Pastel, Paper on Paper.

older work from 2002 On this pastel the Twin towers from New York can be seen in combination with the last remaining building in Hiroshima. The Twin Towers can be seen together with building 7 all destroyed in the attack on 11 September. Sadness is not political, but universally the artist says. The oil pastels that show the Twin Towers in the destroyed Nagasaki. Through the paintings there is a tight vertical line that is crumbled in the middle. "I like to make 'conceptual art'. A way of expressing that the spectator has to let in for a while. Look, eventually the lifeline continues. Shocking? Maybe, at least I want to watch out for the danger of becoming sugary. Every harmony needs a dissonance.


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