post-title Cyrill Lachauer | Full Service | Galerie Thomas Fischer | 12.09.-31.10.2015

Cyrill Lachauer | Full Service | Galerie Thomas Fischer | 12.09.-31.10.2015

Cyrill Lachauer | Full Service | Galerie Thomas Fischer | 12.09.-31.10.2015

Cyrill Lachauer | Full Service | Galerie Thomas Fischer | 12.09.-31.10.2015

until 31.10. | #0183ARTatBerlin | Cyrill Lachauer shows his new exhibition “Full Service” from 12th September to 31st October 2015 at Galerie Thomas Fischer.

„I met the King of the Gypsies of Kentuckiana on the street; he had a crow by his side that, eaten by maggots, had been hung by its claws and was sitting on an pile of garbage. Still, he wasn’t crazy, just destroyed by illness, time and circumstances. After this first encounter I returned and we played pool in a chinese joint, ate tacos and visited his wife whom he really was no longer allowed to contact because of his alleged attacks; we smoked and he told stories. And then we recorded his song. His song is a „fuck you“ to conditions, a „fuck you“ to white dominance, white and racist police violence, and white hubris.“*

*Quote from: Erzählende Landschaft: eine vielstimmige Bricolage, Gespräch zwischen Cyrill Lachauer und Anna Schneider; in: Cyrill Lachauer, Full Service, Ricochet #9, herausgegeben von Michael Buhrs und Anna Schneider, Museum Villa Stuck, München 2015

Vernissage: Friday, September 11, 2015, 6 – 9 p.m.

Exhibition period: Saturday, September 12 to Thursday, October 31, 2015

Zur Galerie Thomas Fischer

 

Image caption: Cyrill Lachauer – Full Service – Galerie Thomas Fischer

Cyrill Lachauer – Galerie Thomas Fischer – Art in Berlin ART@Berlin

 

 

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