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Sao Paulo, Brazil
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otamblerhetero:

some daqui com esse papo vitimista
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Oil paintings by Brussels-based artist Stephan Balleux
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Oil paintings by Brussels-based artist Stephan Balleux
Posted to Cross Connect by Miyuki
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Oil paintings by Brussels-based artist Stephan Balleux
Posted to Cross Connect by Miyuki
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Oil paintings by Brussels-based artist Stephan Balleux
Posted to Cross Connect by Miyuki
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Oil paintings by Brussels-based artist Stephan Balleux
Posted to Cross Connect by Miyuki
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Oil paintings by Brussels-based artist Stephan Balleux
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Oil paintings by Brussels-based artist Stephan Balleux
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A Precarious Moment in Ceramics
Michael Flaherty
This is a parody of Richard Notkin’s All Nations Have Their Moment of Foolishness, a 2006 portrait of George W. Bush, in which I have replaced Bush with an image of Notkin himself. Notkin writes that his work is a “visual plea for sanity” and I consider mine to be nothing less. Primarily, my piece is a critique of an entire sub-genre of ceramic art, arguably epitomized by Notkin’s work, wherein the focal point for the political content is imagery. I contend that political imagery does not necessarily equate to political action and that therefore such representational work is passive and ineffectual within the political sphere.
Posted to Cross Connect by Chaz.
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A Precarious Moment in Ceramics
Michael Flaherty
This is a parody of Richard Notkin’s All Nations Have Their Moment of Foolishness, a 2006 portrait of George W. Bush, in which I have replaced Bush with an image of Notkin himself. Notkin writes that his work is a “visual plea for sanity” and I consider mine to be nothing less. Primarily, my piece is a critique of an entire sub-genre of ceramic art, arguably epitomized by Notkin’s work, wherein the focal point for the political content is imagery. I contend that political imagery does not necessarily equate to political action and that therefore such representational work is passive and ineffectual within the political sphere.
Posted to Cross Connect by Chaz.
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A Precarious Moment in Ceramics
Michael Flaherty
This is a parody of Richard Notkin’s All Nations Have Their Moment of Foolishness, a 2006 portrait of George W. Bush, in which I have replaced Bush with an image of Notkin himself. Notkin writes that his work is a “visual plea for sanity” and I consider mine to be nothing less. Primarily, my piece is a critique of an entire sub-genre of ceramic art, arguably epitomized by Notkin’s work, wherein the focal point for the political content is imagery. I contend that political imagery does not necessarily equate to political action and that therefore such representational work is passive and ineffectual within the political sphere.
Posted to Cross Connect by Chaz.
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A Precarious Moment in Ceramics
Michael Flaherty
This is a parody of Richard Notkin’s All Nations Have Their Moment of Foolishness, a 2006 portrait of George W. Bush, in which I have replaced Bush with an image of Notkin himself. Notkin writes that his work is a “visual plea for sanity” and I consider mine to be nothing less. Primarily, my piece is a critique of an entire sub-genre of ceramic art, arguably epitomized by Notkin’s work, wherein the focal point for the political content is imagery. I contend that political imagery does not necessarily equate to political action and that therefore such representational work is passive and ineffectual within the political sphere.
Posted to Cross Connect by Chaz.
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Distorted portraits by Henrietta Harris
New Zealand based artist Henrietta Harris’ delicate, slightly surreal portraits seem like they have been swept by the stroke of a brush. Her subjects are dreaming, or find themselves lost in thought. Leaving us to wonder what is on their minds…
Posted to Cross Connect by Evelien
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Distorted portraits by Henrietta Harris
New Zealand based artist Henrietta Harris’ delicate, slightly surreal portraits seem like they have been swept by the stroke of a brush. Her subjects are dreaming, or find themselves lost in thought. Leaving us to wonder what is on their minds…
Posted to Cross Connect by Evelien
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Distorted portraits by Henrietta Harris
New Zealand based artist Henrietta Harris’ delicate, slightly surreal portraits seem like they have been swept by the stroke of a brush. Her subjects are dreaming, or find themselves lost in thought. Leaving us to wonder what is on their minds…
Posted to Cross Connect by Evelien
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Distorted portraits by Henrietta Harris
New Zealand based artist Henrietta Harris’ delicate, slightly surreal portraits seem like they have been swept by the stroke of a brush. Her subjects are dreaming, or find themselves lost in thought. Leaving us to wonder what is on their minds…
Posted to Cross Connect by Evelien
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Distorted portraits by Henrietta Harris
New Zealand based artist Henrietta Harris’ delicate, slightly surreal portraits seem like they have been swept by the stroke of a brush. Her subjects are dreaming, or find themselves lost in thought. Leaving us to wonder what is on their minds…
Posted to Cross Connect by Evelien
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Distorted portraits by Henrietta Harris
New Zealand based artist Henrietta Harris’ delicate, slightly surreal portraits seem like they have been swept by the stroke of a brush. Her subjects are dreaming, or find themselves lost in thought. Leaving us to wonder what is on their minds…
Posted to Cross Connect by Evelien