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Federico Cortese - Codes - Imaginary Maps of Nonexistent Cities

Imaginary maps of nonexistent cities by Frederico Cortese. Imaginary Cities are the cognitive maps of philosophers, dreamers, and the foundation of all great cities. For at some point, they all began as an architecture of the imagination.

Sigmar Polke, "Paganini". Derived from the legend of Paganini the composer, who supposedly was bestowed his musical gifts by the devil, this painting depicts a scene both beautiful and terrifying -- a sleeping man inspired in his sleep by the devil playing a tune whose notes become swastikas, which become skulls juggled by a fool, which become the forms of ordinary citizens turned into monsters. I love this painting so much.

Sigmar Polke / Paganini 1982 Dispersion on canvas 200 x 450 cm x

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LearningThroughMuseums - Documents from the Summer Institute

Jackie Saccoccio - Exhibitions - 11R Gallery

Jackie Saccoccio - Exhibitions - 11R Gallery

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