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Ian Wallace 2010

Available for sale from Jessica Silverman Gallery, Ian Wallace, Enlarged Inkjet Study for Le Mepris I, Inkjet print, 47 × 35 in

Ian Wallace, Study for Masculin Feminin VI, Inkjet print, 347 x 35 in, 2010

From Jessica Silverman Gallery, Ian Wallace, Enlarged Inkjet Study for Masculin Feminin VI, Inkjet print, 47 × 35 in

Available for sale from Jessica Silverman Gallery, Ian Wallace, Enlarged Inkjet Study for Le Mepris VI, Inkjet print, 47 × 35 in

Past fair booth featuring works by Ian Wallace, Hugh Scott-Douglas, Tammy Rae Carland, Dashiell Manley and Amikam Toren at Jessica Silverman Gallery FOG Design+Art 2015 Jan – 2015

IAN WALLACE http://www.widewalls.ch/artist/ian-wallace/  #conceptual #art #photography

IAN WALLACE http://www.widewalls.ch/artist/ian-wallace/ #conceptual #art #photography

Study for Masculin Feminin IV. Ian Wallace. Vancouver, BC.

Study for Masculin Feminin IV.

Available for sale from Jessica Silverman Gallery, Ian Wallace, Enlarged Inkjet Study for Masculin Feminin I, Inkjet print, 47 × 35 in

Jessica Silverman Gallery is a contemporary art gallery that represents emerging and mid-career artists.

Ian Wallace, Study for Masculin Feminin III- Inkjet print, 347 x 35 in 2010

Jessica Silverman Gallery is a contemporary art gallery that represents emerging and mid-career artists.

Mike Mills + Miranda July

Mike Mills and Miranda July

Study for Le Mepris V. Ian Wallace. Vancouver, BC. Second Floor Lobby, Fairmont Pacific Rim.

Study for Le Mepris V. Second Floor Lobby, Fairmont Pacific Rim.

Study for Masculin Feminin II. Ian Wallace. Vancouver, BC.

Study for Masculin Feminin II.

For The Blind Sophie Calle photographed people who are blind and asked them what their image of beauty was. In the resulting work she presents a framed black and white or color portrait of each subject (men and women of a variety of ages), a framed statement describing their idea of beauty, and one or more color photographs illustrating their description. The Blind explores the imagination and experiences of those who have never seen as interpreted by one who does see--artist Calle.  The…

‘The Blind’, Sophie Calle asked blind people to describe what beauty is. The last one is empty- he said he didn't need beauty in his brain.

Goran Djurovic • 4 Sisters 2013

Goran Djurovic • 4 Sisters 2013

Ed Ruscha

Ed Ruscha

Richard Haines and Ji Tan « the selby

Richard Haines - Illustrator and Ji Tan - StudentIllustrator and Student

Mood, Style, Swag

Harmony Korine in Sassy. Had this up on my wall in highschool!

Harmony Korine in Sassy. Had this up on my wall in highschool!

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