May 16, 2009
The Children of the World Dream of Peace, left panel.
Here are some good photos of the infamous murals at DIA. Snagged from Flicker. More below.
The Children of the World Dream of Peace, right panel.
In Peace and Harmony with Nature, left panel
In Peace and Harmony with Nature, right panel
Posted in Tanguma Murals | 6 Responses
why dont u put some explaination on each painting?its only put the title of the painting and what inside the time capsule?
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I’m all about art but there is a time and a place for them. An international public airport is not that time nor place for what you have displayed. A museum or an art gallery is a perfect place where controversial pieces of art can be appreciated not be disgusted over. And I would say a bit embarrasing as a place welcoming international travelers and out of place for travelers with families.
I know my response won’t do any good, since they have been there for years and there are complaints all over the internet, but it’s worth a shot to express my thoughts.
The murals that are posted, such as the “14 year old dream with an SS militant with an assault rifle, stabbing a bird’ is completely unnecessary, distasteful and disgraceful. (no matter the ‘peace’ meaning behind it. History is one thing, doesn’t mean it is fit for an airport. I’m sure the 14 year old boy would not want other kids to have nightmares based on his.
Traveling in a post 9/11 era where some people have anxiety of flying…
Traveling with little children where it’s not the time nor place to explain such a depiction…or make them feel at ease…
Traveling in a place where it is prohibited to talk about guns or swords or assault weapons…
Traveling where it is displayed in public and you have no choice to see it (if it was in a room with a closed door for example and you can choose to go in)…
I really can’t see any excuse of how this is acceptable. Maybe the artist can paint some nice welcoming mountains of CO or something more respectful. It really doesn’t matter the ‘peace’ meaning behind it. If DIA won’t take it down, Leo, you can. Do the right thing and let your art be enjoyed…in the proper places.Thanks
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