Andrew Dines, ‘Ragtown’, 2015, Academy Art Museum
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Andrew Dines

Ragtown, 2015

Acrylic, rust, pencil, and ballpoint ink on canvas
43 × 56 in
109.2 × 142.2 cm
Location
Easton
About the work
Exhibition history
Academy Art Museum
Easton

Exploring the absurdities within contemporary Western society, Dines’s work is alternately critical …

Medium
Mixed Media
Image rights
Courtesy of the artist
Andrew Dines, ‘Ragtown’, 2015, Academy Art Museum
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About the work
Exhibition history
Academy Art Museum
Easton

Exploring the absurdities within contemporary Western society, Dines’s work is alternately critical and playful as he mines the glut of networked, online information in a quixotic search for meaning amidst the chaos. The results take form in a variety of media, hinting at a hidden humanity within the constructs of …

Medium
Mixed Media
Image rights
Courtesy of the artist

Andrew Dines

Ragtown, 2015

Acrylic, rust, pencil, and ballpoint ink on canvas
43 × 56 in
109.2 × 142.2 cm
Location
Easton
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