Sonntag, 24. Juli 2011
I built this "Charles Darwin Church of Human Sense and Sensibility" in 2007 on Pangaea. When we had to leave the island in 2009 the church was moved tom Shermerville. The interior design resembles the ossuary in Sedlec, Kutna Hora (Kuttenberg), Czech Republic. The windows were designed by Moritz R® of Der Plan, originally meant to be stage designs for his band. The church isn't really a church today, but a place to meditate and to honor Charles Darwin, who changed the way we see the world.
On May 20, 2010, the Musée d'Art Moderne de la Ville de Paris reported the overnight theft of five paintings from its collection. The paintings taken were "Le pigeon aux petits pois" by Pablo Picasso, "La Pastorale" by Henri Matisse, "L'Olivier Près de l'Estaque" by George Braque, "La Femme à l'éventail" by Amedeo Modigliani and "Nature Morte aux Chandeliers" by Fernand Léger and were valued at €100 million euros ($123 million).
And the SASC had them. Made available to the general public in Shermerville, 2010.