Petition for Andros’ genial art.

Petition for Andros’ genial art.

Andros Art Petition and Cause
Andros Art Petition and Cause

This is an invitation to sign the petition and support the cause for the exibition in one of the main rooms of the Vatican Museums of some extraordinary works of the brilliant sculptor and eclectic artist, Andros, listed below:

God bless you. (Dio ti benedica).
Polyurethane and Clothes – 44x68x16″ – 11 Lb. – 2002
Poliuretano e Vestiti – 110x170x40 – 5 Kg. – 2002

Freud’s Stoup. (L’Acquasantiera di Freud.)
Polyandros, polyurethane and holy water – 20x36x8? – 13,2 lb. – 2008
Colori a olio su Polyandros, poliuretano e acqua santa – 50x90x20 cm. – 6 chili – 2008

The Father, the Son and the Holy Spirit. (Il Padre, il Figlio e lo Spirito Santo.)
Polyurethane, epoxy resin and polyandros – 48x34x18? – 2014
Poliuretano, resina epossidica e polyandros – 120x85x45 – 2014

N.B. To view all the works in question and then decide, you are surreally invited to visit Andros’ official website at the following address:

This holy phantasmagoric trilogy should be exhibited permanently in one of the main halls of the Vatican Museums, because it is an ideal set of monuments dedicated to the art itself, which actually consists of an innumerable works, more or less monstrous, inspired from life and religion, the real universal deities of stupidity, and his most honorable critics that in the end are nothing more than long course pimps. The support, we are asking to the gentle public in order to try to achieve this spiritual mission, will also be of great help to understand how in fact the artistic genius can be welcomed not only by the great experts of the subject, but also by ordinary citizens forced to fight day by day not to earn a place in heaven, but more simply a minimum of dignity, intellectual and physical goods. I conclude my peroration stressing that only by following the highways of free and conceptually significant creation, Italy will finally stand up again and impose itself to the world as a guiding light of the toilsome human wandering.
I am also convinced that this initiative will be carefully evaluated and hopefully well received by various independent thinkers, many artists and art critics, the director of the Vatican Museums, the various ecclesiastical and episcopal crews and primarily by our beloved Pope Francis.

Yours faithfully

Carl William Brown and the Daimon Club Organization