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The Surprise PlanetBy Zoltan Gerliczki

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C-Print, Archival pigment print on ultra premium photo paper

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The Surprise Planet, by Zoltan Gerliczki
From the series "The Broken Planet"
Archival Pigment Print
Medium size: 45 in H x 45 in W.
Edition of 9 + 2AP

Small size: 20 H x 20 W in.
Edition of 25 + 2AP

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In my series called “Broken Planet," I am showing one Broken Planet with 13 other “planets” based on the most common human feelings or behavior such as happiness, sadness, anger, anticipation, fear, loneliness, jealousy, disgust, trust, greed, joy, racism, shame.
In these images, I am working with various shreds of colored glass and other detritus which I picked up on the streets near my home in Atlanta, during the period of COVID-19 quarantine and the political protests. I assemble these pieces in the studio and rephotograph them to symbolize the current crisis of political and environmental issues. At this moment, the most pressing questions of our time are about ourselves and the future of our culture and our planet.  In a sense, I am taking the pieces and putting them back together to re-construct a fragmented world.
“The world is a dangerous place to live, not because of the people who are evil, but because of the people who don’t do anything about it.” -Albert Einstein



Artist Profile

Born: 1971
Hometown: Nyíregyházain
Based in: United States

Zoltan Gerliczki was born in Nyíregyházain, Hungary in 1971 and he was raised in a Budapest orphanage during Hungary’s Communist regime. He is a filmmaker, painter, and computer artist who currently works as a graphic designer in Antwerp, London, Paris, and New York. As a graphic designer and post-production artist, …


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