maandag 25 augustus 2008

Martin Mull




Martin Mull's new works on paper continue his visual and conceptual engagement with deconstructing modern American culture. Mining images from the 1940s to 1960s and using his distinctive photorealistic style, Mull creates narrative pastiches which often resemble old family photos or images drawn from a huge, collective image bank. At times outright amusing, the slightly noire and often surreal compositions render the works unsettling and enquiring rather than nostalgic or sentimental.
bron: Rena Bransten Gallery


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