If you’re looking for clues to the dizzying imagery of Tim Spelios’s collages, you’re not going to get very far.
The clash of cheery colors with destructive scenes gives this artist’s images a subversive, dissonant power.
In a five-part exhibition series, El Museo del Barrio in East Harlem is highlighting women artists.
It could be argued that Jenny Holzer’s appropriation of advertising language/modes owes something to the Maine-born, physicist-engineer-turned-poet Ben Porter’s brilliant anti-establishment send-ups of the admonitions of ad men.
The expressive quality of collage across all manner of media, from literature and music to the visual arts, came to mind while viewing Rough Cut, an exhibition at Morgan Lehman Gallery.
Hilary Faye, a Melbourne-based animator and artist, has been making a series of GIFs pulled from materials she’s found online and animated through collage.
Julien Levesque’s “Street Views Patchwork” is an interactive digital collage using layers of Google Street View to create exciting new landscapes.
An interview with Carlos Sáez, about his collaborative piece, “Cloaque.org.” The tumblelog, created with Cladia Mate, is a stunning collaborative collage.
I’ve got the Mixel bug. Since I logged onto the image creating site, I’ve been enjoying the zany energy of this iPad-based collage system and all that it offers. I thought I’d have some fun and try creating collages based on some of the biggest art stories of the last week or so. Here’s my Mixel-ed collages. See if you can guess the stories …
Now showing at Pavel Zoubok Gallery in Chelsea, Mark Wagner uses collaged United States dollar bills as his signature medium. He meticulously dissects and reconstitutes the ubiquitous note into highly detailed sketch-like drawings. Full of filigree and ornamentation, his images tinker with the inner workings of American mythology.