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Published by Kehrer

“Richmond's American West is a desolate place filled with cowboys (or men who look like cowboys), and the few women are also at least a little rough around the edges. There are mostly empty roads and what look like desolate towns, with whatever humans being present feeling like tumbleweeds being blown about. Where there are traces of a human hand, they allude to an earlier belief that there still is a promise, a belief that now seems to be mostly gone. Speaking of the canvas that is the American West – it is as if in Richmond's version the canvas showed us what is left after someone tried to rub off old paint to recycle it for a new painting that never happened” –Jörg Colberg