Wednesday, May 5, 2010

All Blown Up

Karl Haendel creates large-scale graphite drawings on paper in various sizes, which are displayed in a diversity of configurations on the walls. He combines and arranges the works, acting as an editor, generating new relationships and juxtapositions between images, and suggesting new meanings for a number of themes. The subjects of Haendel's works are collected from the private and public realm, usually photographic imagery, and include personal narrative, political commentary, and modernist references. Showing now at Lever House Art Collection NYC

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