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Andy Hope 1930, "Impressions d’Amérique"

  • Art, Painting
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Time Out says

Born Andreas Hofer, this Berlin artist—whose nom de guerre combines an English corruption of his name, plus the year, that, by the artist's reckoning, Europe lost its cultural supremacy to the United States—has developed a highly provisional style that combines elements of the German Expressionistic heritage with Pop Art (or rather, an obsession with American pop culture, which itself is something of a recent Teutonic tradition). This would explain his latest show, consisting of loosely rendered paintings of cowboys and the Western landscapes as Cézanne might have imagined them.

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