Friday, September 08, 2017

Queen Of Kansas City Arts Scene Rerun

Nope, it's not Peregrine . . . But an even more veteran denizen who continues to earn accolades from galleries and the admiration of hipsters that could be her grandkids . . . Her latest creation borrows from classic cinema and earns many complex adjectives. Take a look:

Judith G. Levy's The World Outside and the Pictures in My Head

For her latest series of digital prints, The World Outside and the Pictures in My Head (2017), artist Judith G. Levy has appropriated scenes from dozens of black-and-white, classic Hollywood films she grew up watching on TV such as "No Man of Her Own" (1932), "Dark Passage" (1947), "Cry Danger" (1951), to name a few,by capturing them through her iPhone camera.

1 Comment:

Anonymous said...

An old Jew uses someone else's photographs ...and it's "art"? Sure, sweetie...sure.