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ABRAXAS
(The passing)
 

Digital print on canvas

B x H: 47,64 inches x 61,42 inches / 64,17 inches x 82,68 inches / 79,13 inches x 101,97 inches

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Digitaldruck auf Leinwand

B x H:  47,24 inches x 47,24 inches / 70,87 inches x 70,87 inches / 98,43 inches x 98,43 inches

The Great Family
(La Grande Famille)
Hommage à René Magritte
 

Digital print on canvas

B x H: 36,22 inches x 45,28 inches / 44,09 inches x 55,12 inches

Dance under the sign of Pan
(enthusiastic dance, basic atmosphere I)
 

Digital print on canvas

B x H: 22,24 inches x 27,8 inches / 29,92 inches x 37,4 inches / 37,8 inches x 47,24 inches

 

... "“The bird fights its way out of the egg. The egg is the world. Who would be born must first destroy a world. The bird flies to God. That God's name is  Abraxas...

 

... But Abraxas seems to mean much more than that. We can think of the name as referring to something like a deity whose symbolic task is to unite the divine and the satanic."

 

Hermann Hesse, Demian - The Story of Emil Sinclair's Youthpublished in Penguin Book, New York 2013, p.73ff

Hermann Hesse, 1925, Photo: Gret Widmann

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