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"Blindness" pencils on paper 70x50cm. Drawing from Chaotic Harmony show, still on view at @galerieopenspace Paris, till 20th January. In the same time I want to thanks for the support in 2017 and wish you all best for 2018! ✌️

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@jaimeavena


☆☆☆

@kinkyjitsu


#gotdammmmmm

@albertovillaart


Psalm 146:8 The LORD gives sight to the blind, the LORD lifts up those who are bowed down, the LORD loves the righteous.

@liana_olimpia


Top 👆 @sainer_etam

@hamad-ani


Beautiful 😍

@sirmitchell


Ooooooooooh

@orlywa


@ayalaarad 🐞

@vhartlife


❤️🦑

@miitthuu36


❤❤❤❤❤

@santecosmeticosoficial


top esse post! se quiser aumentar seus rendimentos me chame no direct!!

@persephonelewis


Incredible skill level and design but the message or whatever is derivative. Its so easy and not in the least bit controversial to attack the Christian faith. If you wanted to be controversial or really engage people then use the Quran. That is a legitimately controversial image.

@msmermaiden


Ouch 👌

@ruiyu__


@beatt92

@albertovillaart


@s.m.f._18 Thanks for the interaction. The Bible use the word blindness in reference to physical and spiritual blindness. Physical blindness many times is a metaphor and/or actual illustration of spiritual blindness. Acts 9, Matthew 23:16

@albertovillaart


@albertovillaart I do not believe this art work is referring to blind faith. It is a disparaging remark about Bible believers and their inability to see the world how it actually is. If I did not believe the artist intent was negative toward believers, I would say YES!!! Those who have closed Bibles are blind therefore open it and read it that you may see.

@jlskczk


great work love it !! ✨

@albertovillaart


@persephonelewis bravo! It is to easy to attack Christians knowing that their Scriptures say to love their enemies, to do good to those who persecute them and to turn the other cheek. If he had any true courage, do this image with the Quran.

@twoj_magiczny_slub


❤️

@loudathelurker


with the skills!

@mac1rhb


@albertovillaart I think the same every time I see stuff like this, I see it in photography too...not challenging at all...

@bonenfantart


Amazing!

@pensive_panda_


@albertovillaart the Bible was a is reality filter and in post modern world that has chosen to reject all Meta-narratives its easy to call people blind. The bizarre element here is that the one calling others blind is subject to their own esoteric filter that probably has little to no logic or legitimacy behind the judgments they make.

@pensive_panda_


@persephonelewis you hit the nail on the head. Derivative.

@albertovillaart


@pensive_panda_ Hey Panda, are you saying, apart from having a biblical worldview/STANDARD, it is nonsensical to make moral judgments about anything?

@pensive_panda_


@albertovillaart No, I’m saying that people judge standards without out consider where how they came about that standard. I think many judge the content of the Bible without actually knowing how it was written or what it really says. It’s popular to judge the book in the post modern culture because of intellectual bias. I honestly think most people do not question what they are taught in the secular world or the religious world. Most just take what is popular and join in with what’s in style. It’s easy to disbelieve then believe in anything in our cynical world.

@albertovillaart


@pensive_panda_ I agree my friend, we should all know what we believe and why we believe it.

@jessedesenberg


Next level!!!!

@soru-rubio


Amazing work dude ✨

@sarah_laajimi


@albertovillaart Quran says love your enemies too and it is a religion of peace (much like most religions). Maybe if he used the Quran instead of the Bible, the message would be limited in Islam itself and the picture would be about "blindness when practicing Islam" and thus would attract a certain public. I think that by his use of the Bible he wanted to expand that message to include scriptures in general. This form of blindness (when it comes to regarding scriptures) in christianity was kind of solved long ago with the Lollard movement and the Reformation. Maybe he relied on that fact in order to expose that blindness that once took place and which is repeating itself in other scriptures/religions.

@albertovillaart


@sarah_laajimi I was going to ask you how you knew of such an obscure movement in Christian history such as the Lollard Movement but I viewing your page I see that you are an avid reader. I started following you and would love to know your thoughts on many subjects, theology, history, philosophy, art etc...
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