Evocative of that heady post-1968 period of architectural exploration, the collages of Lisbon-based artist Hugo Barros recharge the legacy of psychedelic graphics in the representation of built form. Some of these collages feature floating surfaces of a giant scale, recalling Superstudio’s Earth-devouring Continuous Monument. Others superbly juxtapose disaster and architectural stability, challenging structural equilibrium and suggesting kinetic buildings. Read More!
The great Black liberation artist Nina Simone wrote this song in response to John Lennon’s pacifist “Revolution” single, performed by The Beatles. Lennon, in a more militant frame of mind a few years later, said he thought it was best reply to his lyric and embraced its message.
Well you know, you got to clean your brain The only way that we can stand in fact Is when you get your foot off my back