Lounge Painting 1

Lounge Painting 1 was originally part of Wenders' Written in the West series, created in 1983 while in the U.S. preparing to shoot his film Paris, Texas. It depicts a deserted hotel in the small town of Gila Bend, Arizona.

Having worked in black and white for over 30 years, as well as forming memories and dreaming in monochrome, the artist’s aim was to improve his understanding of colour: the red of the sofa and Coca-Cola fridge radiates against the grey pebble-dash wall. Although the frame of the image restricts your view of what is beyond its edges, the painting in the scene takes your mind on a journey through the surrounding dry desert-landscapes.

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Lounge Painting 1
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