|The Big Way, 1955, was used as the advertisement |
for the exhibit.
|The Belvedere in Vienna.|
I spent 3 hours in a small room looking at his work and reading and seeing other artists' work inspired by the writings of Zen Buddhism.
I love his art and his philosophy about creativity and life.
The curator chose some of his photographs for the exhibit. He had an image of a sewer grate covered in garbage.
I was living in Vienna while he was still living there! He created a stamp for the United Nations in the 80's while my dad was working there. I have that stamp somewhere!! (when I get back to Toronto one of my first big jobs is to clean out the basement boxes!! I am sure it is in one of those.)
|The Lower Belvedere where I had lunch|
He died in 2000 on the Queen Elizabeth 2 returning from New Zealand.