Cardinal Sin by Banksy

Responding to the child abuse scandals in the Catholic church, Bansky says “I’m never sure who deserves to be put on a pedestal or crushed under one.”

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Anonymous Propaganda

The main message:

A casual tour of some modern schools or universities can make the observer wonder why any decent child or person would consent to stay in one today. Teachers and security guards beaten and killed, students glazed eyed with drugs draped across doorways and desks. It can be a desperate arena and the subjects taught are not subjects anymore but confusions.

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Product Placement

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Around 1967 when text was first digitized, the pixel rendering of text allowed for the combination of images and texts to merge. Prior to this, images could only be applied to the edges of text pages. Since then, images and text have been inextricably woven together with the same rendering technology.

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Stand for Change

With tears in my eyes, I watched this video and thought Macklemore was speaking directly to the essence of my spiritual pursuit.

Heliotropes

A beautiful and poetic short film about the parallel goals of man and nature, to simply stay in the light.

Visual Assemblage of Art History

Birthed after the invention of paper, the process of collage persevered throughout every art movement and utilized nearly every type of medium. Ariel Chiesa, an Art Director from Argentina continues the tradition with skill and thoughtful consideration.

Her work reads as visual assemblages of art history constructed with pieces of Modernism, Dadaism, Surrealism, Pop Art and Postmodernism.

Ariel Chiesa on Flickr

©All Images are courtesy of Ariel Chiesa. All rights reserved by fotosdealmanaque

Ian Evenstar @ The Downtown LA Artwalk

Join Ian Evenstar and fellow LA photographers on Thursday, Sept. 8th @ 8pm for a diverse look at Los Angeles.

The exhibit will be featured at The Art Walk Lounge located at 634 S. Spring St., Los Angeles, CA 90013. Exhibiting photographers are: Hugh Siegman, Ian Evenstar, John Wood, Jung Kim, Robin Black, Joseph Colombo, Qathryn Brehm, Ysa Adams, Marguerite Garth, Ella Batalon, Ellen Cantor and Ron Talley.

Read the Examiner’s full article on the exhibit.