Andy Hope 1930

Andy Hope 1930

In the complexity of his artistic means - painting, drawing, collage, installation, sculpture, video, book, object - Andy Hope in 1930 subverts formal and content-related categorizations. Hope develops a complex iconography, designs fictional worlds that move between the ruins of history and fantastic visions of the future, and creates, as he himself describes, a "labyrinth like infinity". Hope develops a complex iconography, designs fictional worlds that move between the ruins of history and fantastic visions of the future, and creates, as he himself describes, a "labyrinth like infinity".

In the complexity of his artistic means - painting, drawing, collage, installation, sculpture, video, book, object - Andy Hope in 1930 subverts formal and content-related categorizations. The history of modernity, especially that of suprematism, astrophysics and philosophy,as well as popular cultural sources, including classic Hollywood cinema of the 1930s, B-movies and the entire science fiction genre in comics and film, serve as references for him. In 1930 Andy Hope developed the character of Robin Dostoyevsky for Nymphenburg as a youthful hero, hovering between man and woman, hero and assistant, good and bad.

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