Saturday, March 09, 2013
2. January 25 through August 23, 2013: The Museum Halle Saint Pierre, Paris, France.
Show begins: January 25, 2013
Closing: August 23, 2013
61 international artistsLocation: The Museum Halle Saint Pierre - 2, rue Ronsard - 75018 Paris, France.
Opening: Saturday, January 26, 2013, from 11:00 AM to 5:00 PM.Closing: March 13, 2013Open Tuesday and Wednesday 2:00 PM to 6:00 PM, and by appointment.
Location: Galerie TOXIC, 2 rue de l'Eau L-1449 Luxembourg
Gallery Telephone: (+352) 26 20 21 43 (from USA, 01135226202143)Mobile: (+352) 621 26 47 80 (from USA, 011352621264780)E-mail : firstname.lastname@example.org
Web site: www.galerietoxic.com
Participating artist’s work has appeared in and been commissioned by The New York Times, Juxtapoz Magazine, Hi-Fructose Magazine, Time Magazine, The Washington Post, LA Times, the Academy Award winning movie 'Traffic' by Steven Soderbergh, on multi-platinum album covers, illustrated children’s books, published monographs, and advertising for clients such as Sony and Toyota.
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This writing connects the last remaining speck of Atlantis with a tiny island in the Atlantic called Bimini, and presents many of the artworks (including esoteric energy paintings) created by Kox on the Island over a period of eleven years, along with the Apocalyptic Visual Parable paintings inspired directly by the Bimini setting.The Picture Perfect Jesus series was created in Bimini (2003-2004). Many of those images are included in A SPECK OF ATLANTIS - BIMINI: THE TOP OF GOD'S MOUNTAIN. Several of the images have appeared in the Raw vision article mentioned below, along with a detailed description of how they came to be:"Masquerade" is an article by Professor David Damkoehler, in the Raw Vision 2008 Winter Issue #65 (December) about Norbert H. Kox's artworks depicting Warner Sallman's Head Of Christ. Damkoehler offers insights into understanding the subversive imagery in Kox's paintings: "In 1992 Norbert H. Kox inherited a framed print, a portrait of Christ that had hung in a prominent position in his parents' home in Green Bay, Wisconsin. This portrait was to inspire a series of skillfully executed works that exploit visual and textual puns to illustrate Kox's deeply skeptical attitude towards organized religion. ..."
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