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Estrangement Painting

Joe Brockerhoff


Painting, Airbrush on Canvas

Size: 47.2 W x 78.7 H x 1.6 D in

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Out of the series Dignity of Industry. Painting process: colorbackground sprayed on canvas, worked over with spatula, airbrushed in details, overcoloured by wet brush - (Arte Rica / Maximal Art) The invention of the bra is one of the most banal and questionable industrial gifts towards the female nature. Elegantly but lifeless the prescribed breastcovers the factory of bombs, which for some reason look similar to our life-giving organs, but just deliver destruction. Thise are obscene, never bare bosoms. the valuality contrast improves in the pacifier, the device that pretends to be milk giving nipples for the baby, in lovely designs - where does the spoiling of natural dignity already start, hopefully the buildings of bombs will soon be past at least.

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Painting:Airbrush on Canvas

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Size:47.2 W x 78.7 H x 1.6 D in

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Joe Brockerhoff has been born in Leipzig / Eastern Germany in 1952. His family moved to Western Germany, Duesseldorf, where Joe could graduate on a science orientated Max Planck secondary school and study art with Joseph Beuys at the National Art Akademy at Duesseldorf. Brockerhoff worked together with Sigmar Polke, Memphis Schulze, Stephan Runge and the artist group 'Media Mafia' with Achim Duchow, Fujio Akai, Michael Janssen and others. He worked in several European countries, at Comic draftsman at the Netherlands, musician and draftsman in England, airbrusher in Swiss and Italy and also has been active in South-East-Asia, Thailand, Malaysia and Singapore, in the United Arabian Emirates and regularly he works in Japan, Hiroshima, Osaka and now in Tokyo. Joe is running his base atelier close to Duesseldorf in Germany. Joe Brockerhoff sprayed the official Peace Train in Hiroshima, participated at the Art Triennale Osaka, painted life at the Malaysia Art Gallery, published Comics at Netherlands, Germany and Italy, had several exhibitions all over the world.

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