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Eno --|-- Installations --|-- Before And After Science --|-- Miscellaneous


1. Images of Brian Eno

1965, groovy sandals (59K JPEG)
1966, posing with friend (63K JPEG)
1970, red velvet (59K JPEG)
1972, performing with Roxy Music -- 1 (10K JPEG) -- 2 (12K JPEG) -- 3 (8K JPEG) -- 4 (11K JPEG)
1973, Portsmouth Sinfonia (56K JPEG)
1973, at the VCS3 (29K JPEG)
1973, from Here Come The Warm Jets (6K JPEG)
1973-ish, learning clarinet (135K GIF)
1973-ish, posing with cigarette (96K JPEG), by Neal Preston, courtesy of Dave Shibler
1973/4, from Creem (7K GIF)
1974, in Paris #1 (93K JPEG), courtesy of Mij Munyum
1974, in Paris #2 (69K JPEG), courtesy of Mij Munyum
1975, jacket and jersey (116K JPEG)
1975, making percussion over solos (30K JPEG)
1975-ish, wearing T-shirt (34K JPEG)
1975-ish, from Another Green World (8K JPEG)
1975-ish, making Heroes (127K JPEG), courtesy of Mij Munyum
1975-ish, still making Heroes (969K JPEG), courtesy of Mike Nagy
1976/7, in kitchen (140K JPEG) by Ritva Saarikko
1976/7, walking in coat (23K JPEG) by Ritva Saarikko
1977 publicity photo 1(73K JPEG) by Ritva Saarikko
1977 publicity photo 2 (65K JPEG) by Ritva Saarikko
1980, playing guitar (63K JPEG) by Jill Furmanovsky
1980, at tape recorder (23K JPEG) by Jill Furmanovsky
1980, wind-tousled (106K JPEG) by Jill Furmanovsky
1984, at rest (167K JPEG)
1985?, with tea (54K JPEG), by Guglielmo Galvin
1985, cover of E&MM (244K JPEG), painting by Stuart Catterson
1980s? - Obscure Options (27K GIF)
Early 90's (39K JPEG), by Curtis Knapp
Early 90's again(37K JPEG), by Curtis Knapp
1992, publicity photo (34K JPEG)
June 1993, Graz, Austria (26K GIF), by Felisa Irigoyen Gomez
1993-ish (15K JPEG)

In 1996, Brian Eno took part in a festival called 'Urban Aboriginals XI: The British Ambience', which was held in Berlin 23rd-31st March 1996. On 23rd March, the EnoWeb's old friend Ulrich 'Bommel' Bomnüter took some photographs in the 'Parochialkirche', an old, deconsecrated church, where Brian opened his sound installation 'Generative Music' - as far as we are aware, this was the first occasion that he presented his Koan pieces in public. The installation ran from 24th March - 08th April, opening daily from 11 - 17. On 24th March, Brian inaugurated a second sound installation at Berlin Tempelhof airport with the title of Music for Airports, and Bommel was there too. Also running from 24th March - 8th April, excerpts from Eno's Music for Airports were played through the airport speaker system every full hour between 10 - 20.

23rd March 1996, Parochialkirche 1 (23K JPEG) by Bommel
23rd March 1996, Parochialkirche 2 (19K JPEG) by Bommel
23rd March 1996, Parochialkirche 3 (25K JPEG) by Bommel
24th March 1996, Berlin Tempelhof (19K JPEG) by Bommel
1996, in studio (114K JPEG)
1996, in Berlin photographed by Olaf Saddeler (separate page)
1996, in Berlin photographed by Olaf Saddeler; manipulated by Jeff Yount (separate page, 24K)
1997, White Cube publicity card (26K JPEG)
1998, performing in Bonn photographed by Bommel (separate page)
1998? with Neil Tennant (13K JPEG)
1998, Father Brian Eno #1 (15K JPEG)
1998, Father Brian Eno #2 (14K JPEG)
1998, outside party for Velvet Goldmine (14K JPEG)
2000, at In The City conference, by Aidan O'Rourke (92K JPEG)
2001, in studio, new concepts in Feng Shui? (16K JPEG)
2001, T'ai Chi at the desktop? (17K JPEG)
2001, wearing glasses (12K JPEG)
2001, watching Bliss (102K GIF)
EnoWeb's original concept for 1997 design (31K JPEG)
EnoWeb's animated gif for 1997 design (55K GIF)
The many facets of Brian Eno (8K JPEG)



2. Images from Eno installations


Pictures from 'Haloes on commonplace objects', the sound- and lightscape Eno installed in Hanover in October 1989. They are taken from a leaflet sold there. Details as follows: 6 pages 21 x 21 centimeters each, multicoloured pictures on black background.

Backside (78k JPEG)
Egyptian (42k JPEG)
Ikebana1 (35k JPEG)
Map 1 (36k JPEG)

Other installation artworks:

Markgraph (65K JPEG)
Decorative Panel (Stockholm, 1985) (69K JPG) Postcard #3 from a series of Brian Eno Installation Postcards. Photograph by Tom Haartsen. Original artwork 100cm square.
Blue Calypso (Stockholm, 1985) (114K JPG) Postcard #7 from a series of Brian Eno Installation Postcards. Photograph by Tom Haartsen. Original artwork 160cm x 40cm.
Venice Biennale Installation (Woodbridge/Venice, 1986) (18K JPG) Postcard #8 from a series of Brian Eno Installation Postcards. Photograph by Piccolo Sillani. Original artwork overall size 4m x 2.5m 4 panels of light and 3 continuously changing paintings.
Mistaken memories of Mediaeval Manhattan (49K JPG).
KAH-Bonn installation collage (13K JPG), by Dave Bush.

Flyer for I Dormienti (19K JPG), sculpture by Mimmo Paladino.

I Dormienti #1 (31K JPG), sculpture by Mimmo Paladino.

I Dormienti #2 (28K JPG), sculpture by Mimmo Paladino.

The Clock Of The Long Now (separate page); not strictly an installation, but...

Images from Civic Recovery Centre by Odd Marthinussen

Invitation card for Blisses 1-87; KOANS 1-29 (62KB JPEG) and the back of same (7KB GIF)


3. Images enclosed with Before and After Science


Pictures by Peter Schmidt - lithographs included in the original LP pressings of Brian Eno's Before and After Science in the US and UK and in a Japanese special edition (vinyl) of the album. The original sizes are approx. 30 x 15 cms; they have been reduced in size to fit onto a 800 x 600 screen. The original LP contained the following information on the prints:

A folder, measuring 190mm x 303mm, containing four offset prints, of the pictures is available...It was made at Westerham Press in Kent on a Roland 48 four-colour offset machine and printed on Royal Cornwall Cover 160 Book White. The printing was supervised by Hansjorg Mayer.

"The Other House" (177K JPEG)
"Look at September, Look at October" (203K JPEG)
"Four Years" (203K JPEG)
"The Road to the Crater" (140K JPEG)


4. Miscellaneous images

Fractal Zoom, promotional postcard for the single and a 1992 lecture (separate page, 38K)
Land Records, Eno's label during the late 80's, painting by Russell Mills, design by Russell Mills and Dave Coppenhall (151K JPEG)
Third Uncle, limited edition print by Russell Mills accompanying the More Blank Than Frank compilation LP (separate page, 97K)
Advertisement for Eno's Fruit Salts, reprinted in Creem (20K GIF)


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