Visual Arts Program
 

Saturday, May 8, 1993 — Sunday, July 18, 1993

CANDIO: MAN HAS TO BE HIS OWN SAVIOUR

Presented at:
Hallwalls

CANDIO: MAN HAS TO BE HIS OWN SAVIOUR

In the Project Room, a sized painting by Candio, MAN HAS TO BE HIS OWN SAVIOUR. Works featured in the exhibitiong include: IT'S A SAD MAN MY FRIEND WHO'S LIVING IN HIS OWN SKIN AND CAN'T STAND THE COMPANY; CHIPPIN' AWAY AT THE CHAIN OF MY OWN LIES CLIMBIN' A WALL A HUNDRED MILES HIGH; THERE WERE NO KEYS NO GUARDS JUST ONE FRIGHTENED MAN AND SOME OLD SHADOWS FOR BARS; HOW BEAUTIFUL THE RIVER FLOWS AND THE BIRDS THEY SING BUT U AND I WE'RE MESSIER THINGS; IT'S BEEN A LONG LONG DROUGHT BABY TONIGHT THE RAINS POURIN' DOWN ON OUR ROOF; I WENT DOWN INTO THE DESERT CITY JUST TRYIN' SO HARD TO SHED MY SKIN; THE SCARS WE CARRY REMAIN BUT THE PAIN SLIPS AWAY IT SEEMS. All works, the titles of which were taken from Bruce Springstein's "Lucky Touch" and "Human Touch" albums, are from 1993, 101" x 101" acrylic on canvas.


Some publications related to this event:
April and May, 1993. - 1993