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Jonah, from the series, Heart In The Age of Mechanical Reproduction Photograph - Limited Edition of 1

Charles Cohen

United States

Photography, Digital on Paper

Size: 9 W x 120 H x 1 D in

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This piece consists of 15 individually mounted and framed 20" x 30" photographs. By making copies of copies, a moving target emerges: the relationship of an original to its iterations. Through photographs of the installations of the same NYC subway poster ad for the film 21 Jump Street (among others), I explore the path of authenticity as it is empowered by the unique markings of the installer, the occasional graffiti artist and the available light. From Jonah Hill, the private person, to Jonah Hill the public figure, to a single performance, to the various iterations of the promotion of the former, the course of aura is more of transformation than it is of decay. The viewer of the installation (of all 15 images in this case) is thus confronted with the un-disseminated parts of a whole and a new original. The democratizing, dialectic of multiples, yielding to space (context) and time (change), liberates not only the subject from its author but its perception from limited interpretation.

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Multi-paneled Photography:Digital on Paper

Artist Produced Limited Edition of:1

Size:9 W x 120 H x 1 D in

Number of Panels:2

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Charles Cohen (New York, USA) Based in New York, Charles Cohen participated in the Core Fellowship program at the Museum of Fine Arts, Houston after earning his MFA in photography at the Rhode Island School of Design and his BA in Anthropology at The University of Chicago. In addition to traditional photography Cohen uses video, digital imaging and sculpture to explore various aspects of a central theme—the construction of Self and Other. Cohen’s work has been exhibited in New York, Paris, Boston, Houston, San Francisco, Portland, Lisbon, Berlin and Miami. It can be seen in several books including: "Digital Art" by Christiane Paul published by Thames & Hudson, and "CURVE: The Female Nude Now" by Dailey, Meghan et al, published by Rizzoli, and “100 New York Photographers” by Cynthia Dantzic. Cohen's work is in the collections of The Fogg Art Museum at Harvard University, The Museum of Fine Arts, Houston, The Portland Art Museum in Oregon among other institutions.

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