Hot Tao‘s Red Banner Street Orchestra Painting by Christian Kabuß

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Hot Tao‘s Red Banner Street Orchestra

Christian Kabuß

Germany

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Size: 27.6 W x 60.2 H x 1.4 D in

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Painting: Oil, Charcoal, Chalk on Wood, Other.

Because I'm living in a village I don't see too many, but this was the best street orchestra I've ever seen. They played on the market place of a village near Yulin/China before a drinking hall. The leader, I call him Tao for I don't know his name, was playing a stirring shawm.

It was a typical situation of music breaking the rules. Like the organ in an empty church of a depopulated village it was filling the world—represented here by an empty square bordered by a decaying taoist temple with red banners—with beauty, spirit, mathematics and a feeling of true art.

An inspiring work rich of details and full of music. Painted on a sandwich door, the front-end and sides of which are professionally prepared for artwork by my favorite joiner. The backside is left all original, wallpapered with wood-effect.


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