I can't even show my face in there anymore, it's too depressing for the both of us, 2012 - Slater Bradley

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About I can't even show my face in there anymore, it's too depressing for the both of us

Slater Bradley took this photograph of a contained, outdoor bonfire in New York City. He was a guest at a holiday party, and he along with other pary-goers huddled around the fire for warmth; later on, he was struck by ...

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Slater Bradley took this photograph of a contained, outdoor bonfire in New York City. He was a guest at a holiday party, and he along with other pary-goers huddled around the fire for warmth; later on, he was struck by the imagery’s resemblance to traditional comedy and tragedy masks.

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About the Artist

About Slater Bradley

Best known for his cinematic homage to tragic figures from the annals of pop culture, Slater Bradley makes work in a variety of media, including ...Read More
Best known for his cinematic homage to tragic figures from the annals of pop culture, Slater Bradley makes work in a variety of media, including video, photography, and installation. Born from the artist's interest in iconic figures and doppelgängers, Bradley's cinematic technique draws from the legacies of Stanley Kubrick, Jean-Luc Godard, and the history of experimental film. His references to popular cult heroes Joy Division, Kurt Cobain, and River Phoenix, as well as his collaborations with friend and lookalike Benjamin Brock, have earned him comparisons with Andy Warhol. Read Less

I can't even show my face in there anymore, it's too depressing for the both of us, 2012

Slater Bradley

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16.72" x 11.44" $350
Edition of 20

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Archival ink-jet print.

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