We will retain your information for as long as needed in light of the purposes for which is was obtained or to comply with our legal obligations and enforce our agreements. He acted without any motive other than to diligently advance his career in the Nazi bureaucracy. We use MailChimp to issue our newsletters, donation requests and reader surveys. First I see the a Nazi soldier pondering over a lovely landscape. Take a look at an extra image after the break and as usual stick with us for more updates as the story develops.
As we approach the end of Better Out Than In, Banksy throws another curve ball with his new stunt for October 29th. Anybody want to help me out? We also send occasional donation requests and, no more than once a year, reader surveys. They say the context matters, too. All the frisson in the scene comes from his vivid red armband. Our mission is to create a sanctuary online for serious thinking. The sale made the new Banksy artwork into the second most valuable piece by the British artist.
In that sense it's a bit post-modern I would say. Yet the composition seems to empathize with the soldier. When you receive the information, if you think any of it is wrong or out of date, you can ask us to change or delete it for you. The title is a pun on a phrase coined after the Nuremberg trials of Nazi party members for describing how mass murder was committed by unremarkable individuals often working as bureaucrats. They're here for a glimpse of a Banksy painting called The Banality of the Banality of Evil. It would be an unremarkable landscape painting of a mountain lake — except that Banksy has added a man in a Nazi uniform in the foreground, admiring the view.
Access to your personal information You may request a copy of the personal information we hold about you by submitting a written request to We may only implement requests with respect to the personal information associated with the particular email address you use to send us the request. Eichmann was not an amoral monster, she concluded in her study of the case, Eichmann in Jerusalem: A Report on the Banality of Evil 1963. Drawing on audiotapes of interviews with Eichmann by the Nazi journalist William Sassen, Stangneth shows Eichmann as a self-avowed, aggressive Nazi ideologue strongly committed to Nazi beliefs, who showed no remorse or guilt for his role in the Final Solution — a radically evil Third Reich operative living inside the deceptively normal shell of a bland bureaucrat. Wolfe argued that Arendt concentrated too much on who Eichmann was, rather than what Eichmann did. The latest stunt by the British artist currently doing a New York residency is another piece of artistic vandalism - but this time on a landscape painting, not a wall. Her background includes forty-five years of experience in nonprofits, primarily in organizations that mix grassroots community work with policy change.
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New Yorkers Give Banksy Residency Mixed Reviews As part of a monthlong, outdoor exhibition, the secretive British street artist has been placing graffiti-inspired paintings and installations all around New York. Of course, the big question is whether gorpetri will pay. Crowds gather in front of Banksy's The Banality of the Banality of Evil , on display at the Housing Works Gramercy thrift shop in New York. Before being vandalised by Banksy, the unremarkable landscape oil painting was on sale in a New York charity shop with no hope of making even a hundredth of its eventual price. An auction was announced to sell the piece with the reserve price of £76,000. October 29, 2013; The piece pictured above was originally bought from a thrift shop run by Housing Works, albeit without the Nazi officer taking in the sights. He is noted as one of the latest figures to help popularize street art and as an authority on the latest trends in urban contemporary art.