Bunnyman - Limited Edition 1 of 3

United States

Size: 36 H x 36 W x 0.1 in

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Art Description

Photography: Black & White and Dye Transfer on Paper.

The secret life of mannequins.

Taking photos in shop windows is a refined strategy of street photographers – from Eugène Atget to Lee Friedlander. The photographer employs a methodology to reveal, in multidimensionality, the psycho-perceptual experience of the modern city. The vintage mannequins in my photos appear to view urban life passing before them with a detached gaze. The flat photographic image is animated by building overlapping layers—reflections, transparencies and architectural detail. Unexpected juxtapositions, especially of foreground and background elements, give way to abstract fragments. Rendered in graphic black & white, the archetypal beauty of these period faces blur historical context. This is a series of portraits in which mute plaster sex symbols speak volumes about their role as fashionistisas and our own voguish, obsessive desires.

Keywords: Bunny, City, Costume, Mannequin, Mask

Subjects: Body

Styles: Abstract, Dada, Documentary, Fine Art, Surrealism

Mediums: Black & White, Dye Transfer

Materials: Paper

Prints: Body Art Prints, Abstract Art Prints, Dada Art Prints, Documentary Art Prints, Fine Art Art Prints, Surrealism Art Prints, Black & White Art Prints, Dye Transfer Art Prints, Paper Art Prints