The surrealist world of Burning Man is a visual paradise where seemingly impossible compositions regularly appear. The Temple of Honor at rear was built by artist David Best entirely of paper and cardboard, and burned on the last day of the event.
Titled and dated down left.
Signed and numbered 3/10 down right
The print is part of the earliest he made on the Burning Man
British Airways inflight magazine, September
2004, illustrated in colour page 18 and 19
The New york based BM leading photographer made the most diffused images in the world:The New York Times, Artforum, Rolling Stone, Forbes, The London Independent, Il Venerdi di Repubblica, Le Monde, Die Zeit, Stern etc.
The print is accompanied by a digital press review
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- Gabe Kirchheimer
- Titel des Kunstwerks
- Temple of Honor Promenade
- VZ (ausgezeichnet)
- 40.2×59 cm
- 51.5×2×72 cm