David Byrne on Contemporary Art--The intention of the artist might be ironic, but when their creations mimic the things and the world being criticized so perfectly, then the irony gets lost. A skull made of diamonds might be a comment on the over-the-top luxury mode of the art world, but it is more definitely of that world as well. The irony is sort of lost, if it was ever there...
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The paranoiac cities and basilicas of Marcel Storr, in RV 36. http://rawvision.com/articles/marcel-storr-revenge-underground-imagination
Carl Spitzweg Le pauvre poète
Les Friches de l'Art: Marcel Storr, bâtisseur visionnaire.