Lister Gives You a Look in Snowy London

Brooklyn by way of Austrailia Street Artist and fine artist Anthony Lister continues to communicate with the eyes. His disembodied faces and features appear on walls and corrugated surfaces on the streets, like these recent London installations, without context and full of expression. At turns mythic, gothic, and comic, the true intentions may not be clear but the (multiple) eyes say it all.

A new snow in the city blanketed and quieted clattering, chattering public spaces last week, giving a distilled quiet arena to quickly pass through. For the intrepid urban explorer, it can be a quiet city all your own to discover while others huddle inside cooking a winter stew, doodling in a journal, or maybe playing “catch me catch me” with a playmate. The newly pristine coating keeps the public away, but these Listers continue to grapple, grip, and clutch at you who walk by, giving you a look.

Anthony Lister (photo © Geoff Hargadon)

Anthony Lister (photo © Geoff Hargadon)

Anthony Lister (photo © Geoff Hargadon)

Special thanks to photographer and BSA contributor Geoff Hargadon for sharing these exclusive photos with BSA readers.  Stayed tuned on Monday for more from London.

 

 

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