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A Tribute to Diamanda Galás by Bert Janssens/Systemkaos

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“Tribute Art to Diamanda”, portrait by Iustina Borcea, 2012

“Diamanda Galás”, ilustration by Carmen Lop, 2011

 

Mixed Media on Canvas, Part of “From the Sea of Myths” series published in “Selected Works” by Stephen Mead, 2012.

Diana, Diamanda,
Siren of owls, ravens and bats,
Banshee of beasts
Targeting Lilith faith.
Fly Ariel messenger,
Dearest priestess of electricity
With volts in your hair,
Lightning from your eyes——
Yes, fly, re-righting
The wrongs of the sanctimonious,
Goddess swords the scythes
In your veins, your voice.


Drawing by Romain Bénard (loiseauloup), 2012

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Mini sculpture (4 x 3 x 3 cm) in fossil stone — commemorating the “water incident” at Diamanda’s 2011 concert in Milan, by Vladislov Shabalin

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Diamanda Galás Lithograph by Randy Toy

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Portrait of Diamanda by Sascha Tom

brillante siempre Diamanda
ahuyenta a la carroña
y castiga a los crueles
lleva un revólver con ella
vampira adorada
se alimenta de tus lágrimas
y te sana
ángel cruel Diamanda
llévame de aquí
a tu universo de tormento y de belleza
belleza la que tú desprendes
con tus gritos espantas los demonios
haces a los crueles arrodillarse ante ti
tú luchadora y mujer justa
tú estás por encima del cielo
tú eres satán y el universo
tú por encima de los placeres mundanos
tú por encima de ellos
con tu piano y tu voz
y a todos los habrás sucumbido,
querida Diamanda

by Alba Rodríguez

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‘La Serpenta Canta’ embroidery by Alan Ishii