Daniel Gordon Paints Exotic Still Lifes with Internet Debris
Daniel Gordon is the garbagey Matisse of Google Images, painting exotic still lifes and portraits out of cultural detritus. They are lush and overgrown with photographic texture, pattern and color. The photographic element of both the materials being photographed and the final clean surface of his prints cool the images down, cementing them far outside the realm of kitsch.
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Daniel Gordon - IGNANT
Artist Daniel Gordon creates collages by re-using photographic images from the internet and turning them into three-dimensional tableaus, which he then photographs again and re-uses...
In Dialogue with Daniel Gordon ⋆ In the In-Between
Daniel Gordon is a photographer who creates highly illusionistic images of objects that he constructs from paper prints. His photographs, which, resemble Dada collages and Matisse’s paintings, appear contemporary, possibly because of the medium itself that serves both as the...
Daniel Gordon works
Works by Daniel Gordon: Green Echinacea and Artichokes , 2019, Apples and Apricots in Blue , 2018, Blue Still Life with Crown of Thorns and Onions , 2018, Blue Still Life with Philodendron and Fish , 2018, Mélanie , 2018, Philodendron and Bust with Vessels and Fruits , 2018, Rubber...
Still Lifes, Portraits and Parts - Photographs byDaniel Gordon | LensCulture
For this series, Daniel Gordon first creates three-dimensional sculptures—made from collages of printed digital imagery borrowed from magazines and the Internet—and then photographs them with a 4 x 5 view camera