THE ART

Symphony for the Devil

Symphony for the Devil SYMPHONY for the DEVIL is a mixed-media photography exhibit consisting of ten panels—nine portraits and the Berlin Wall, 44" x 59" each. SYMPHONY is anchored in the stunning, iconic photographs of Baron Wolman, an original owner of Rolling Stone Magazine and its first photographer. Doubleday author Charlie Newton produced the concept and the epigraphs; and artist/musician Robert Bucciarelli the design and construction. The edition is limited to fifteen sets, hand-signed by all three artists, and numbered. Each piece is torn, exposing an epigraph pertaining to the image and is stitched together with wire and mounted on Diabond Aircraft Aluminum.
Symphony for the Devil Opening Night
for Month of
Photography
L.A. (MOPLA)
on the Sunset Strip,
Hollywood, California.