Sebastian Burckhardt
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"Birds are singing can`t you hear them'"
" No"
"Than close your eyes, you might hear them now."
"But I can`t see your painting anymore".
"Noo.- yes, yes I hear them."
" So open your eyes again."

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Exhibition in Hamburg of Paintings of mine

Gallery Marziart International Gallery

please come and visit the exhibit from the 8th June 2012 - 4th July 2012

Posted on May 27, 2012 at 3:02pm



MAY BE YOU COULD TAKE ONE SECOND AND TWO  and have a clicklook, that would be lovely…


Posted on May 18, 2011 at 10:30am


Please have look and vote for me, it would be for me dable and we could meet next year in Brooklyn

So 3rdwardopencall/sebastiaOburckhardt

thank you

Posted on December 8, 2010 at 12:19pm


Please have look and vote for me, it would be for me dable and we could meet next year in Brooklyn

So 3rdwardopencall/sebastiaOburckhardt

thank you

Posted on December 8, 2010 at 12:19pm

have a look

Posted on October 21, 2009 at 6:11pm

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At 4:53pm on August 20, 2013, THOMAS JOHN TAYLOR said…
At 3:53pm on December 14, 2012, Janey_Godley said…




Whatever you celebrate that floats your seasonal boat has a good one.

Oh and Batamology forgot about that one

From Janey Godley, Ashley Storrie & Our Web Team.

At 7:57pm on December 08, 2010, Janey_Godley gave Sebastian Burckhardt a gift
Sebastian, thank you for adding me as a friend, I hope you enjoy this site as much as I do. Also I hope you enjoy my Podcasts and Blogs… Best wishes Janey Godley
At 9:19am on December 07, 2009, LINDA RUFO gave Sebastian Burckhardt a gift
Greetings! Have a wonderful Holiday to you and your Family .God Bless and More Power! ENJOY! Cheers, LINDA RUFO
At 12:27pm on October 21, 2009, elena oprea said…
Thank you for the friendship! Your surrealistic vision inspired me a lot!
have a great day!
At 8:06am on July 10, 2008, Sebastian Burckhardt said…
but Bergson didn`t think about Surrealism nor Freud. But as Cezanne placed phylosophical themes in the center as a drive, how long can you look at a stone and not been declared mad, or at mount Victory and thinking about the relativity of form and colors. Photografie was invented, are we painter artists ore oldfashioned artisans --- and than came the brake of the second world war and abstract art and surrealistic art became the expression of freedom and humanismn in oposition to the official arts in Germany, Italy, Russia, China.....and now after after after the unthoughtthrough avalenches of mostly so called wordly justifications in diletant imitations of philosophy that announces impotant art pieces or follow them are shamefull ridicule. Art historian are Art Historian and mostly are coming after the artist^s creations.
At 7:28am on July 10, 2008, Not Rondo said…
thanks for reminding us of henri's theoretical contributions to surrealism it took me a few minutes of googling to find this article where the connection is made

I have always struggled with the desert pilgrimages of art theory

the writing so dense you need a matchbook cover to parse the writers vegetation from the bones of academia

the surrealist manifestos were and are delightful corruptions of reason
At 5:22am on July 9, 2008, Sebastian Burckhardt said…
Bergson`s creativ impuls made the wires hopp wireless and automatic writing was aknowledged. He lived in France and drank wine, so they say. Breton a gallic Kelt lived in France too and also drank wine, but he had not purchaised slices of Jesus on Toast on ebay.
Freud lived mostly in Vienna and smoked cigarres or pipes and drank some coffey, but not so much than Balsac who did not smoke cigarres and did not eat meet and no slices of Jesus for breakfast.
Dali heard about him and others too and started to illustrate dreams and got attention.
But Picasso was by definition as surreal as any other abstract artist.
We are not suposed to be creatif , the scientist can`t find what it is. But art does not exist without any others ear, or eye, or nose, or understaning, so let`s hopp together, said the rabbit to the porcyupaine. (an old greque saying).
At 10:39pm on July 8, 2008, Not Rondo said…
linear history informs us that the dada chicken came first

that said, your postulate is well informed for those of us who have read between the lines where all the good stuff waits

the surrealists laid several manifestos I had one for breakfast this morning with a slice of jesus toast that I purchased on ebay

surrealist art came after surrealist poetry which in turn emerged from dada's broken bones

the men and women of surrealism broke every rule in the book without the help of recreational drugs though a bottle of wine here and there was never far out of reach

surrealism dared to discover the marvelous

a crime for which they can never be forgiven
At 6:10pm on July 8, 2008, Not Rondo said…
7500 years ago is a long time

what kind of germanic history speculative or otherwise is available my readings spare as they are from an academic perspective only go back to pippin

my mother was a german teenager when adolf was still throwing glass ink wells at battle maps of the eastern front


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