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MATI KLARWEIN EXHIBITION

This exhibition is being partially funded through our Fundit.ie project.

Check it out here and help us reach our funding goal! Top level funders may select one of these prints as their reward on a first come first served basis.

Please email loughlin@choicecuts.com with your choice once you have funded the project and the piece will be reserved for you.

Alexanders Dream (1980) Reserved

Alexanders Dream (1980)

Turkish Delight (1971) Reserved

Turkish Delight (1971)

Chez Sphinx (1973) Reserved

Chez Sphinx (1973)

Nativity (1970)

Nativity (1970)

Bavarian Angel (1970

Bavarian Angel (1970)

Annunciation (1971) Reserved

Annunciation (1971)

Zonked (1971)

Zonked (1971)

Flight to Egypt (1959)

Flight to Egypt (1959)

Bitches Brew (1970) Reserved

Bitches Brew (1970)

Saint John (1963)

Saint John (1963)

Mirrors Have No Taste (1980)

Mirrors Have No Taste (1980)

As creator of the mind-blowing cover art of albums such as Miles Davis' Bitches Brew and Santana'’s Abraxas, the late Mati Klarwein’'s work has become arguably more recognisable than the musicians he worked for.

It was through a love of vinyl that we became fans of his work and were surprised to learn he has remained so unrecognised. Once we began to explore his work, we discovered Mati was more than just an illustrator of record covers: he was a true artist and shaman.

We want to simply spread Mati’s work to a wider audience and show its depth and variety. To that end, we’re working with Mati'’s son Balthazar to create a FREE seven day exhibition of a selection of Mati'’s most famous works in Filmbase in Dublin between the 14th and 21st October 2012 as part of our Rhythm Weekender festival.

All €15+ funders receive this commemerative poster

All €15+ funders receive this commemorative poster (click for detail)