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  • ..which is also a play on the use and abuse of “beauty” that is strongly implied in Anoush Abrar’s Californication. There is something “dirty” about the images, and the accompanying […]

    Pretty from afar, and far from pretty…

    ..which is also a play on the use and abuse of “beauty” that is strongly implied in Anoush Abrar’s Californication. There is something “dirty” about the images, and the accompanying […]

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  • Polly Borland’s series Smudge is unnerving. It makes we wonder what it would be like if we could all dress in whatever costumes we want, all the time, any time….and […]

    Dress up for grown ups…

    Polly Borland’s series Smudge is unnerving. It makes we wonder what it would be like if we could all dress in whatever costumes we want, all the time, any time….and […]

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  • Maybe I’ll get faster once I start posting more but so far, I just can’t seem to post as quickly as my counterparts.  I find downloading and uploading images and […]

    Inside the Box

    Maybe I’ll get faster once I start posting more but so far, I just can’t seem to post as quickly as my counterparts.  I find downloading and uploading images and […]

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  • It has been commented that violence is not so much an act, as it is an attitude, a sentiment, or even, as one fictional character put it, like an atmosphere […]

    Happiness is a warm gun….

    It has been commented that violence is not so much an act, as it is an attitude, a sentiment, or even, as one fictional character put it, like an atmosphere […]

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  • In a recent conversation with a fellow artist and curator, he commented that the most banal form of art was unquestionably the painted landscape: living where we do, I understand […]

    Carl Warner : Edible Landscapes

    In a recent conversation with a fellow artist and curator, he commented that the most banal form of art was unquestionably the painted landscape: living where we do, I understand […]

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  • I discovered Andrew Morrow’s painting when it was featured on the 2011 spring cover of interesting guerilla magazine. As a note I have now met the publisher of the magazine […]

    The new romantics?

    I discovered Andrew Morrow’s painting when it was featured on the 2011 spring cover of interesting guerilla magazine. As a note I have now met the publisher of the magazine […]

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  •   I found the work of Motoi Yamamoto through a feed I follow. An image from his salt series was posted and I followed the link trail back to his […]

    Suffering in salt

      I found the work of Motoi Yamamoto through a feed I follow. An image from his salt series was posted and I followed the link trail back to his […]

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  • Liu Bolin is a Beijing based artist and photographer. His new series titled Urban Camouflage are photographs of people who he has painted to blend into the background environment when […]

    City Camouflage: the invisible citizen

    Liu Bolin is a Beijing based artist and photographer. His new series titled Urban Camouflage are photographs of people who he has painted to blend into the background environment when […]

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  • As we are in the midst of a federal election campaign, where never have so many done so little for so few, it seems appropriate to provide images that speak […]

    Life ain’t nothing but bitches and money….

    As we are in the midst of a federal election campaign, where never have so many done so little for so few, it seems appropriate to provide images that speak […]

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  • I suspect that where I live influences what photographers I enjoy: and as this is an obvious statement, let me explain. The spectre of failed Modernism (sorry, modernism) haunts us: […]

    The past is always with us : Greg Girard

    I suspect that where I live influences what photographers I enjoy: and as this is an obvious statement, let me explain. The spectre of failed Modernism (sorry, modernism) haunts us: […]

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