Neil Moore (1950, English)


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Release

Likeness

XOver

Auto-da-fe

Contradiction

Jerusalem

Astride

The Magdalene

The Misanthrope

Touched

Torsion

L-Red

Deliverance

Domestic

Belle Jar

Recoil

Witness

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Exposition

Lifeline

B-Red

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I Thee

Misfit

Lay

3 responses to “Neil Moore (1950, English)

  1. I think these images are pure post trumatic stress.
    These “Pointing at the grave yard” images of estrangment are a failure of the artist to be more original during these times of morbidity.

    Nothing he has said with his work here needs repeating, we all know the horrors of breast cancer, abortion and male-female estrangement.

    How ever trite it may sound, the world needs affinity now, hope and a positive path to find it on.

    For me, this fellow is just trying to spread his own inability to cope and prosess life, these works are not informative, but a “Echo” of Same old same old

    he should put his brush down till his head clears.

  2. hmmm a little over the top but he saved himself with belljar inspired and new the rest are done with a fine hand but he hammers a message too hard , he makes one look past the art and his art unfortunately gets bypassed by the viewer. He should calm done.

  3. Grotesque, mannered, forced images

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