Checkpoint, 2011 - Curtis Mann
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About Curtis Mann
Best known for appropriating images of strife and conflict from various photo-sharing websites such as Flickr and transforming them into obscured, abstract compositions using bleach ...Read More
Best known for appropriating images of strife and conflict from various photo-sharing websites such as Flickr and transforming them into obscured, abstract compositions using bleach and varnish, Curtis Mann's finished works resemble the remnants of explosions—the type of thing that you'd find lying in the ashes of a great conflagration.
Recently named an "Editor's Pick" by Saatchi Magazine Online, Mann is an emerging artist who continues to gain recognition in the art world. On July 24, 2011, his work was featured on the front page of The New York Times Magazine.
DescriptionColor photograph made with archival pigments on fine art rag paper with glossy finish.
AuthenticationIncludes a Certificate of Authenticity and an artist signed label on verso.
DimensionsThis work is printed full bleed as dictated by the artist.
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