Author Archives: engels

Paintings Khartoum Sudan 2019

Hadiiqat Il Bambaan – The Teargas Garden These paintings were painted in Sudan over the past three years. We found a house surrounded by an overgrown garden. At dusk thousands of birds swirled in the air as they came to … Continue reading

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Chris Anthem 'Fledge' – Artist Interview Film from Anima Mundi on Vimeo. Open Studios Cornwall – Chris Anthem from Open Studios Cornwall on Vimeo. Open Studios Cornwall – Chris Anthem from Open Studios Cornwall on Vimeo.

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Al Nahar Article

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“Joust”, Minus 5, Mansourieh, Beirut: 5th June – 28th June 2016

EXHIBITION CATALOGUE

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2014/15 Cow Hides – Addis Ababa/Beirut/Cornwall

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No Captagon in Raqqah

Captagon State Paintings Captagon Bay “The Angel that presided ‘oer my birth Said, “Little creature, form’d of Joy and Mirth, “Go love without the help of any Thing on Earth.” William Blake. “Love is giving something you don’t have to … Continue reading

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“First we Kill them, then we surround them, then we negotiate II”

The title came from something that was said to my wife by a rebel commander in South Sudan, a drunken joke, a sinister humour….”First we kill them, then we surround them, then we negotiate.” “Western culture should never have stepped … Continue reading

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Dressage – Budapest Art Factory

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“Fledge” – Millennium Gallery, UK 4th November – 5th October 2013

Chris Anthem 'Fledge' – Artist Interview Film from Anima Mundi on Vimeo. Chris Anthem – Fledge Exhibition CATALOGUE

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Cornwall Studio

Redruth – Cuthbert’s Morning Off I buried a finger in Carn Brea. It wasn’t my finger. But blood was spilt and flesh made manure for the knuckle of bone seed. I buried the finger near the source of spring (whose … Continue reading

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