Penguin Cafe #36
I have never responded to the pretty aspect of dance, I'm always looking for the primal things, sex, life and death.' This is one of Heindel's recurring credos. His 1995 canvases based on David Bintley's balletic plea for a range of endangered species, was a turning point which shifted an already hugely popular artist into a different, deeper artistic landscape. This was his first major canon of work after the death of his son Toby in 1990.
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