The next work is really out there, a self portrait of sorts by Max Dean, consisting of a wealth of objects in a multi media installation. Some are tied to him professionally, others personally.
And this is it, titled Portrait Of the Viewer As Artist.
Another artist has a portrait nearby that is both more conventional than the above, but also unconventional. Kosisochukwu Nnebe created Black Woman #6 (Hyper/In/Visibility) as a commentary, of being both visible and invisible as a minority.
The self portrait is visible only when looked at from either side.
Viewed head on, the image disappears, and the onlooker only sees themselves in a mirror.
Cool #2 portraitReplyDelete
I'm loving that little blue car.ReplyDelete
Very creative, and that little blue car is gorgeous!ReplyDelete
Interesting exhibition, here all museums are still closed in the lockdown... Miss it so...ReplyDelete
Two original and thought provoking artworks William, I do enjoy the way artists express themselves ✨ReplyDelete
Clever self portrait!ReplyDelete
Isn't that interesting!ReplyDelete
@Italiafinlandia: that it is.
@Ella: quite true.
@Marianne: here it is limited access.
@Grace: I do too.
@Jennifer: very much so.
I can understand and appreciate the second portrait. The first might have more meaning if I could experience it in person...it's a bit vague through photos.ReplyDelete
The 2nd one is really well done. Not sure about the 1st one.ReplyDelete
...art takes all forms!ReplyDelete
All very interesting. One could spend a lot of time looking at these and then some would pass by with some very negative comments.ReplyDelete
Today everything can be "modern art" with the right sponsor or the right name ! Even a toilet in the desert or as the white canvas hanging in the museum of modern art in Brussels with the mention "landscape in snow"ReplyDelete
Nice self portrait !ReplyDelete
Lends new meaning to finding a new perspective.ReplyDelete
My favorite is the self portrait.ReplyDelete
Both very interesting. I like the Max Dean one the best. Lots to see there.ReplyDelete
These are interesting -- I'm not sure I "get"them -- but interesting!ReplyDelete
Second one is really great. My favourite one is 2.ReplyDelete
That first one is clever...ReplyDelete
Confusing displays todayReplyDelete
Great self portrait William. The installation is a bit too confusing for my eyes though.ReplyDelete
I like that changing image. Looks like fun.ReplyDelete
I enjoy walking through such exhibits and wondering what’s going on...ReplyDelete
All quite creative ~ favorite is the little blue car ~ unique creation ~ could spend all day there ~ thanks!ReplyDelete
Living moment to moment,
A ShutterBug Explores,
aka (A Creative Harbor)
This is different ...ReplyDelete
All the best Jan
gorgeous header shot. so pretty. ready for SPRING!! looks like rain around here. been scrolling through your posts. fun times. lots of art or artsy stuff. enjoyable posts. ( ;ReplyDelete
@Barbara: it was different.
@RedPat: it was a like it or not concept.
@Tom: it does indeed.
@Red: that is the case.ReplyDelete
@Gattina: that's true.
@Karl: thank you.
@Sharon: there is.ReplyDelete
@Gemel: I can see that.ReplyDelete
@Linda: I thought so.
@Marie: that was my impression.
@Carol: thank you.
@Jan: very much.
@Beth: thank you.