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Last Friday, KB and I had the opportunity to attend the opening of Gottfried Helnwein’s retrospective “Inferno of the Innocents” at the Crocker Art Museum in Sacramento.

Here are a few photos from the event!

The show runs through April 24th, so if you find yourself in Sacramento before then be sure to check it out.

Learn more about Gottfried here.

Yes, those are paintings,


…titled “The Child Dreams.”

The film documents Helnwein’s work on the play “The Child Dreams,” from his creative process in Los Angeles, all the way through the play’s premiere in Tel Aviv last month.

The play was written by Hanoch Levin and produced for the Israeli Opera; Helnwein handled all of the production’s visuals including set and costume design, make-up, lighting, and video work.

Here’s some behind-the-scenes footage of Helnwein working in his Los Angeles studio. The video was created by Cyril Helnwein; the song being played is “Gluttony” as composed by Ali Helnwein.

To learn more about Helnwein, click here.

I’ve seen those paintings in real life,



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