One Hundred and Four Digitally Printed Color Photographs of Graffiti-Removal | Avalon Kalin

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One Hundred and Four Digitally Printed Color Photographs of Graffiti-Removal | Avalon Kalin

25.00

57 pages
9 1/4 x 6 in.
Hardcover

Published by Thought Forms
Second Edition, 2016

The Subconscious Art of Graffiti Removal, a film produced by Matt McCormick and based on the work of Avalon Kalin, won Grand Prize for Short Film at the San Francisco International Film Festival in 2002. Narrated by Miranda July, it was heralded by Matthew Higgs of White Columns as one of the best artworks of the year in ARTFORUM magazine. For the first time, Kalin’s original research and photographs of what he calls “graffiti-masking”, and his writings on the aesthetics and context of this ever expanding art-form, are available to the general public. It includes his original zine of photographs as well as 104 more of his recent images in full color – giving us an invaluable glimpse into one of the most important “subconscious-art” movements of our time.

Avalon Kalin is an interdisciplinary artist who makes documentary and social art connected to everyday life. He was the coauthor of The Subconscious Art of Graffiti Removal and studied under the first Social Practice MFA program with Harrell Fletcher at Portland State University. His work has shown in large institutions and perhaps more importantly between friends. Recently, he has begun collaborating with his wife Posie Kalin designing installations and products. He lives and works in the Portland, OR.

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