A twisted joke turns the dead of night deadly. Made of sawed up grin and malevolent cackle, Christopher Nolan’s Joke is armed with little more than a playing card. This game-changing Batman presented a hero attacked inwards and outwards, exploring what happens when the sun goes down and a mask comes up. Why so serious?
In his painterly ode to movie posters, Philippe Le Miere recalls the power of the silver screen. Like a jump edit, his expressionistic style both celebrates and disrupts regular viewing, asking why certain films transfix us. For collectors of pop art, fans of the DC universe or those tuned into contemporary culture, ‘Dark Joker Knight severed Batman Head’ is a winning move.
Philippe LE MIERE (1975 - )
'Dark Joker Knight severed Batman Head' 2015
acrylic on canvas
Image Size: 38 x 51 cm
Dimensions: 51 x 64 cm
Signed: Philippe Le Miere and titled on verso
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