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Shaking a limp hand

Umělec magazine 2010/2

01.02.2010

Pavel Sterec | comics | en cs de ru

Through the Czech Union of Caricaturists and a similar organization in Milan, we asked several cartoonists to draw a joke based on the subject of, “interpreting a specific work of art.”
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Description: A horizontal pole is anchored on the wall of a gallery cca. two meters above the ground. Its free end (the end sticking out into the gallery) is slightly bent downward.
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The imaginary work of art was based on my arm, with a limp hand hanging down.
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Acknowledgments: The Czech Union of Caricaturists (ČUK), its vice-president Ivan Hanousek, and the individual artists.




01.02.2010

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