Untitled (Man Crying a River)
From The Art and Popular Culture Encyclopedia
Untitled [Man Crying a River) (2003) is a photomontage by Teun Hocks first published in New York Times Magazine, March 23, 2003 to illustrate the article “The Melodramatic Moment” by Daniel Mendelsohn (pp. 40–43).
- "At Art Brussels, around 2005-6, I saw an almost life-size painting of a man in a trench coat weeping: out of his handkerchief came tears, these tears formed a puddle at his feet, which subsequently became a brook, a river and finally to the right of him: a waterfall. A terribly funny picture. Humor is one of the things I appreciate most in contemporary art. It’s wonderful when a painting has the power to make you laugh out loud." --Jan-Willem Geerinck
- "Cry Me a River" (1953) by Arthur Hamilton
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