Erika Lincoln
Since 2002
Works in United States of America

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post- media art manifesto

Attila Richard Lukacs

Richard Lukacs was born in Alberta in 1962. After spending ten years living and working in Berlin, he relocated to New York in 1986. He left New York in 2001 to live and work in Hawaii.

Lukacs is known predominantly for his paintings of male skinheads, primates and American military cadets during the early 1990s. These brutally explicit works shocked and provoked a generation of painters and critics alike.

During his time in Hawaii, Lukacs created a beautiful series of paintings with gold leaf entitled Flowers. The images are lush with decorative patterning and an oriental sensibility.

His 1999 exhibition, Arbor Vitae, dramatically differed in subject to his earlier bodies of work, but ultimately shared a common theme of looking at art historical traditions and references. These elegant paintings provide the viewer with a more introspective and private message.

In 2003, Lukacs returned with a vengeance to earlier themes of homosexuality, social deviance, sexual aggression, punishment and male supremacy in Of Monkeys and Men.



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Petting Zoo closing. All animals for sale. All handled and very friendly, all used to interaction. Please e-mail or call 306-287-4031, SERIOUS INQUIRIES ONLY PLEASE. Following animals left for sale:

Brown and white Male Llama
Male brown Alpaca
Breeding pair of Yaks (have been used in movies) black, black and white
Female Baby Yak (ready to leave mom in a month) black with white star
Male Zebu
Breeding pair of Baby Doll Sheep
Various Geese
Miniature horses (studs, geldings, mares and colts)
Female Emu
Male Royal Palm turkey (follows you everywhere!)


Fixed Male Fennec Fox
Male Ring Tailed Lemur
Male BennetWallaby
Female Siberian Lynx

Can visit for pictures