Monthly Archives: July 2012

Psychological camouflage. When fading into the background has literal meaning.

Edouard Vuillard, France 1868-1940, ‘Interieur, mere et soeur de l’artiste’, 1893 (interior, mother and sister of the artist). Oil on canvas. Click on the picture for a very large image.           What is striking you here?  … Continue reading

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Hiding in plain sight.

    Photo credit: Liu Bolin 刘勃麟 – Photography of China. Have a peek at this site for more photos and trilingual pertinent commentaries (French, English, Chinese).           Liu Bolin is a sculptor, performance artist and  … Continue reading

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Street photography from an angle.

Artist’s site : http://www.pierretoussaint.be/     Pierre Toussaint is a Belgian photographer born in 1982. He lives and works in Brussels. Pieces of streets and fragments of people in black and white are both objects here, carefully put – I … Continue reading

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