I must confess that the recent pandemic left me at a loss to make any kind of photograph. So to pass the long months from March to July I painted landscapes and cityscapes. It made staying indoors a lot easier. Once the weather warmed up I picked up the camera again, and this image, CoExist, is a montage of East Village graffiti that I photographed recently. It sums up my anger at the current world regimes and why they must all resign in shame.
This image is mounted on the emulsion side of a polaroid. I do this because I like the look of the instructions on one side and the dried emulsion on the other. This method of presentation is unique to my work.
The frame is a black satin finish, slimline frame, very pretty.
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