Dada in London, work 569; The Ghost of Romance Past

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The Ghost of Romance Past
c. 2011 Michael St.Mark

Silver Birch with face in dated carved heart, Trent Park N. London. ( Taken on the winter solstice, 21st December.)

Signed Fine Art print on Hahnemühle Ultra Smooth 380gm paper 12″ X 15″
One worldwide. 12″ x 15″, for price contact the gallery

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 Updated, Summer 2014 evolution ( click to enlarge )

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London Dada work 568; Introducing "Anachrosaur". A1 – The Queen’s TV Christmas Message.

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Anachrosaur 1 – The Queen’s Christmas Message to the nation and the Commonwealth.
c. Art Axis 2011

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Ancillary work; Anachrosaur II ( Royal Begging Bowl ( to scale) )

Long time no hear from the elusive Mr AA, but he surfaces here with a new  Dada series beckoning, where the ” Dada Anachrosaur” { a new Anachronism / Dinosaur derived Dadaism ) poses in front of various archetypal British people and institutions; calling time on a weary, dreary, drab, dismal and often terminally corrupt and rigged old set-up  ( still, God love the Queen & her doubtless well-meaning heart ) ;paving the way for the fresh stART in the arts and media – and in society in general – that the New Dadaists believe is inexorably destined for this downtrodden yet potentially great-again nation.

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Wishing a peaceful and contemplative Christmas to all.

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Link to the Michael St.Mark/Infinitude II vs. Wolff Olins / Olympic Logo compare page..
http://olympiclogodispute.blog.co.uk/

Art Axis runs our YouTube presence over @

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London Dada Work 567; Dada Black Hole – Portrait of Man Ray

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Dada Black Hole
– Portrait of Man Ray. . . . . . . . . . . . . . .  Man Ray, c. 1920….   . .. . . .   & his dAdA spirit strong 38 yrs on
c. Michael St.Mark 2011

Stretched blank A1 Canvas with central white box frame holding a pure black photographic print made from a 35mm film negative, onto premium matt paper.

Unique Work, one worldwide. Price; contact the gallery  sales@londondada.com

* A chance to invest at the ground floor level in the only independent and morally-motivated new art direction in the world today – with authentic links tracing back to the original Dada movement of 1916-21.

Link to the Wikipedia Man Ray biography page ( recommended reading )
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Man_Ray

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Self portrait, 1942

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London Dada Work No. 566, The Shortest Day

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(Solstice Sunset ) The Shortest Day
c. Michael St.Mark,  Dec 21st  2011
Something for the record – sunset on the winter solstice.
Trent Park, Cockfosters N. London

( Part-solarised digital photograph. Signed LE Giclee prints, details & POA ).

London Dada work 565; Yea though I Paint…

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“Yea though I Paint in the Valley of the Shadow of Death I shall fear no Evil, for my Pot and my Brush shall Comfort me”
c. 2010 Michael St. Mark

Word/image play on common biblical saying.
Digital photo. Giclee print 10″ x 8″ excluding 2″ border. One off,  titled & signed. £150
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(click to enlarge the picture)

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Link to ongoing London Dada vs. Wolff Olins 2012 Olympic logo plagiarism claim.
http://londondada.blog.co.uk/2011/07/27/one-year-to-the-olympics-one-year-of-litigation-11555610/

London Dada work 564; Forecourt Autumn

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Forecourt Autumn
by Dingo, c. 2011

Garage lights refracting through fuel spillages on terracotta forecourt, with fallen leaf.
Shell filling station, Mile End rd, E. London

( the autumn colors

London Dadaist Dingo; “ Seeing/Putting the extra in the ordinaryTMs

 

 

London Dada Work No. 563; Winter Woodland Walkies


Winter Woodland Walkies ( The Chase )
c. Dingo 2011

 

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( click on the enlargement.. to enlarge a mucky pups’ muddy woodland chase )

 

 

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New Dadaist Dingo” Seeing/Putting the Extra in the Ordinary” TM
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* Purport of the work; The common association, with most dog-owners, of mud on the parked-up car from the bumpy drive along the dirt track to the rural car park, as the dog(s) eagerly disembark for their country/woodland “walk” – that invevitably becomes an excited yelping chaotic run once off the lead and a squirrel or rabbit is sighted.
The mud by the sill of Dingo’s Rangy is carefully manipulated and small spaces cleared to create imaginary canine forms in chase mode.

Update, July 2014; Expose of artist Ali Banisadr’s painting ” The Chase”, takes the spirit, the chaotic semi-abstract forms suggesting animal movement and the subject in the word “chase” from the description of the above Work and adds color to create a painting passed off as original and new.

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The Chase, by Ali Banisadr.