This exclusive work is part of the Anthropocene series – an ongoing exploration of the repercussions of climate change . In Anthropocene (II) mankind believes that it can protect itself and the animal world (the deer by Franz Marc) with unsuitable, technical means (the parasol of the walker by Claude Monet) against the ever more frequent and larger fires.
Reinhold Knapp (b. 1942) lives and works in Erlangen, Germany. He studied electrical engineering and computer science, worked as an advertising manager and filmmaker, founded the multimedia agency "Dialog Design" in 1982 and has been working as a freelance artist for more than 20 years (painting,...More details