Holy Kitsch!
Thomas Fuchs Creative
Enthusiasts of Kitsch find it heart-warming, and always inspired by memories. Its art and objects often use religious themes and iconography to tap into our most basic set of emotions. Tom Fuchs' Religious Saint Candles are a prefect translation.
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Technicolor Kitsch
Sam Tufnell
Kitsch is often connected to the camp, garish and tacky, but let's not forget that it can also describe all things whimsical, colorful and nostalgic. And just like how we tend to romanticize our pasts, leaving out the worst and keeping in the best, our holiday story explores the very best of kitsch. We hope you enjoy our latest curation of things to warm your heart, color your memories and take you back to magical moments of first discovery.
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Limitless Unveiling
Lala Abbadon
Lala Abaddon seeks to examine the dual nature of binary relationships with parallels that give shape to their physical existence. In her woven work she integrates many components into her process, capturing her images multiple times through a repetitive sequence of traditional analog photographic methods, then arranging the large format prints into precise and deliberate pairings. She continues on to intricately and painstakingly hand cut each print into hundreds of strips and then hand-weave the prints with undulating and complicated patterns designed to convey a specific feeling, eventually leaving us with images within images and compelling the viewer to experience alternate realities or states of being. The bold and vibrant print is from the artist’s 'Cosmic Consciousness' series.
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Holy Kitsch!
Thomas Fuchs Creative
Enthusiasts of Kitsch find it heart-warming, and always inspired by memories. Its art and objects often use religious themes and iconography to tap into our most basic set of emotions. Tom Fuchs' Religious Saint Candles are a prefect translation.
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Technicolor Kitsch
Sam Tufnell
Kitsch is often connected to the camp, garish and tacky, but let's not forget that it can also describe all things whimsical, colorful and nostalgic. And just like how we tend to romanticize our pasts, leaving out the worst and keeping in the best, our holiday story explores the very best of kitsch. We hope you enjoy our latest curation of things to warm your heart, color your memories and take you back to magical moments of first discovery.
Close
Limitless Unveiling
Lala Abbadon
Lala Abaddon seeks to examine the dual nature of binary relationships with parallels that give shape to their physical existence. In her woven work she integrates many components into her process, capturing her images multiple times through a repetitive sequence of traditional analog photographic methods, then arranging the large format prints into precise and deliberate pairings. She continues on to intricately and painstakingly hand cut each print into hundreds of strips and then hand-weave the prints with undulating and complicated patterns designed to convey a specific feeling, eventually leaving us with images within images and compelling the viewer to experience alternate realities or states of being. The bold and vibrant print is from the artist’s 'Cosmic Consciousness' series.