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Walead Beshty

glasshouse-jpg, 2009

Archival ink jet print on Museo Silver Rag paper
44 × 29 in
111.8 × 73.7 cm
Editions #15-17 of 20 unique works
This is part of a limited edition set.
$6,000
location
Long Island City
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SculptureCenter
Long Island City
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Furthering Beshty's interest in the ruptures created by the photographic artifact, this series …

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Furthering Beshty's interest in the ruptures created by the photographic artifact, this series takes a single appropriated image and corrupts it repeatedly, generating intensely colorful and increasingly abstract images. The result is 20 unique prints sequentially generated from the original image.

Walead Beshty
b. 1976
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“Photographs operate something like ruins,” Walead Beshty says. “Despite their seeming stasis, they …

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“Photographs operate something like ruins,” Walead Beshty says. “Despite their seeming stasis, they are available to a multitude of narratives, slipping effortlessly between them.” Beshty uses photography to explore how the medium functions or fails as a documentary form. He is best known for his large-scale …

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Furthering Beshty's interest in the ruptures created by the photographic artifact, this series …

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Furthering Beshty's interest in the ruptures created by the photographic artifact, this series takes a single appropriated image and corrupts it repeatedly, generating intensely colorful and increasingly abstract images. The result is 20 unique prints sequentially generated from the original image.

Walead Beshty
b. 1976
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“Photographs operate something like ruins,” Walead Beshty says. “Despite their seeming stasis, they …

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“Photographs operate something like ruins,” Walead Beshty says. “Despite their seeming stasis, they are available to a multitude of narratives, slipping effortlessly between them.” Beshty uses photography to explore how the medium functions or fails as a documentary form. He is best known for his large-scale …

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Walead Beshty

glasshouse-jpg, 2009

Archival ink jet print on Museo Silver Rag paper
44 × 29 in
111.8 × 73.7 cm
Editions #15-17 of 20 unique works
This is part of a limited edition set.
$6,000
location
Long Island City
Have a question? Read our FAQ.
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