Oliver Jeffers on The Great Discontent (TGD)
Prepare to enter the fantastical world of Oliver Jeffers, where, if you can imagine it, you can make it happen! Born and raised in Northern Ireland, Oliver knew from a young age that he wanted to be an artist, but what he didn't know was how an accidental discovery of picture books would change the course of his life forever. Read on for the full story of Oliver's journey from Ireland to New York City, where he now lives and works, the unforgettable characters he's met, and the lessons he's…
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ELEANOR Alison Diaz's photo-collages are not woven, but rather made from many tiny, diamond-shaped fragments of photos, rearranged slightly out of place and sequence.
Hand-Cut photography by Justine Khamara Hand-Cut photography by Justine Khamara - KoiKoiKoi
Justine Khamara lives and works in Melbourne, Australia. She is a complex artist who works with digital manipulation. Khamara hand-cuts the photographs to reorganize and paste them afterwards. Same of her collages were even cut into thin strips then woven. She makes visual illusions, bizarre creations, to rearrange the actual space.
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20 Examples of Inspiring Conceptual Photography. Its "visual literature". You don't 'capture the moment' you rather 'create' the moment.
Photo Album - Photographs by Chino Otsuka | LensCulture
Evolving interpretations of memory, identity, and mental time-travel infuse the richly varied self portraits of Chino Otsuka.
Sewn Found Photo Art
Found photos collected from flea markets and thrift stores are sewn into sculpture and wall pieces in Lisa Kokin’s meditations on identity and anonymity.
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Three LES Shows Reveal a World of Hidden Details
The act of seeing is complicated, especially when it comes to the challenges of art. On a recent wander through the Lower East Side, I found myself in three galleries currently hosting solo exhibitions that require a closer look to reveal the details hidden from the first glance.