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The Institute Of Contemporary Art, Boston Presents: Swoon “Anthropocene Extinction” (Boston, Mass)

Swoon Swoon at work installing  “Anthropocene Extinction”  (photo © Geoff Hargadon) There’s a good chance you’ve encountered Swoon’s work before: her intricately cut, life-sized portraits have covered abandoned buildings and warehouses in cities around the world. Often found in beautiful states of decay, her wheat-pasted installations are populated by realistically rendered people going about everyday […]

Pawn Works Gallery Presents: Brent Houzenga “Remixed Remains” (Chicago, ILL)

Brent Houzenga Brent Houzenga. “Face Yourself” (photo © courtesy of Pawn Works) Five years ago, artist Brent Houzenga’s life was altered dramatically when he stumbled across a pair of antique photo albums from the 1890’s in the discarded trash of others. Since that discovery Houzenga has amassed an extensive body of work, attempting to bring […]

Peek at Swoon’s “Anthropocene Extinction” Opening at Boston’s ICA

Swoon (photo © Geoff Hargadon) Opening tonight at the Institute of Contemporary Art in Boston, is an exhibition of new work by Brooklyn Street Artist SWOON, called Anthropocene Extinction. “The title addresses humanity’s impact on the environment,” says Pedro Alonzo, the Adjunct Curator of the show and the guy who brought the very successful Street […]