Penelope Umbrico, ‘Moving Mountains: Aperture Spring Party (#136)’, 2015, Print, Archival pigment print, Aperture Spring Party
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Penelope Umbrico

Moving Mountains: Aperture Spring Party (#136), 2015

Archival pigment print
8 × 8 in
20.3 × 20.3 cm
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Aperture Spring Party
New York

Includes a unique, signed and limited-edition Penelope Umbrico print from her 2012 series, Moving …

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Penelope Umbrico
American, b. 1957
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Penelope Umbrico is best known for appropriating images on the internet from sites like Flickr and Craigslist, which she then manipulates to construct large-scale images or installations according to a minimalist aesthetic. Broken Sets (eBay) (2009–11) consists of a series of images found on eBay of broken LCD television screens; the images are cropped, turned on their side, and printed onto metallic paper, resulting in an abstract grid of images that obliquely critiques the banality of consumer culture. She has also created photographic installations from thousands of images found on Flickr of old office desks for sale, as well as sunsets which she discovered is the most photographed subject on the internet. “I use the screen grab or the crop tool the way I’d frame a picture with a camera on the street,” she has said.

Penelope Umbrico, ‘Moving Mountains: Aperture Spring Party (#136)’, 2015, Print, Archival pigment print, Aperture Spring Party
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About the work
Aperture Spring Party
New York

Includes a unique, signed and limited-edition Penelope Umbrico print from her 2012 series, Moving Mountains.
Print size: 4.5"x4.5", paper size: 8"x8".
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Medium
Penelope Umbrico
American, b. 1957
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Penelope Umbrico is best known for appropriating images on the internet from sites like Flickr and Craigslist, which she then manipulates to construct large-scale images or installations according to a minimalist aesthetic. Broken Sets (eBay) (2009–11) consists of a series of images found on eBay of broken LCD television screens; the images are cropped, turned on their side, and printed onto metallic paper, resulting in an abstract grid of images that obliquely critiques the banality of consumer culture. She has also created photographic installations from thousands of images found on Flickr of old office desks for sale, as well as sunsets which she discovered is the most photographed subject on the internet. “I use the screen grab or the crop tool the way I’d frame a picture with a camera on the street,” she has said.

Penelope Umbrico

Moving Mountains: Aperture Spring Party (#136), 2015

Archival pigment print
8 × 8 in
20.3 × 20.3 cm
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