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Strange Paradise

Artist
Charlie Rubin
Price
$35.00
Date
2015
Publisher
Conveyor Editions
Format
Artists' Books
Size
7.5 × 10 in
Length
60 pages
Genre
Photography
Description

Strange Paradise ambles between the peculiar and the familiar, as Charlie Rubin works intuitively to create unexpected combinations with idiosyncratic logic. Taking perception as his way point, Rubin presents a kaleidoscopic body of work that explores the convergence of the actual and the artificial. While some photographs are manipulated, may are left unchanged, serving to pace and balance the work, and to further question what is real and what is altered.

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