About - Beautiful/Decay
Austrian artist, Aldo Tolino, creates sculptural objects out of printed photographs. The printed-photograph-turned-sculpture is then photographed, and the end ‘result’ is what you see here. The folding techniques vary and so do the photographs; this is what makes the work interesting,
Myung Keun Koh’s Photo Sculptures Play With Perception
Sculpting small-scale worlds is all in a day’s work for Korean artist Myung Keun Koh. The Pratt Institute graduate’s oeuvre consists of photographic laminates delicately pieced together in three-di…
‘Pose Work for Plinths 3’, Bruce McLean, 1971 | Tate
Artwork page for ‘Pose Work for Plinths 3’, Bruce McLean, 1971 Originally conceived as a performance at the Situation Gallery in 1971, McLean's poses are an ironic and humorous commentary on what he considered to be the pompous monumentality of Henry Moore's large plinth-based sculptures. The artist later had himself photographed, repeating the poses, to create three permanent works, two of which are shown here.
This piece is currently being exhibited as part of the group show, "A Book For No Good Reason", an exhibition of Artist’s responses to ‘the Book’, curated by Pickafight Books. Next Art Gallery, Lismore October 9th to 26th 2007 Chrissie Cotter Gallery, Camperdown October 29th to November 11th 2007 If you're in Sydney, come along to the opening night on Friday 2nd November from 6-9pm. See a different arrangement here Are we products of our environment or is our environment a product of us? My…