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Not Everything Is So Black And White



  • Artist: Eelus
  • Year: 2010
  • Medium: Screen Print on Paper (Signed and Numbered.)
  • Size: 70cm x 50cm
  • Edition: AP Edition

This image is striking because instead of pale rain falling from the sky one sees a child holding up an umbrella and shielding himself from rays of colour and light that pour down upon him. On this level, rain which is usually considered something negative, takes on positive connotations insofar that it is associated with the vitality of luminous shades. The title, “Not Everything is so Black and White” takes on new meaning because it comes to refer to the way in which something undesirable, in this case rain, can also be beautiful. This encapsulates the way in which existence is a complex weave of different experiences.


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