Artforum Magazines Carved into Dripping Waves of Color by Francesca Pastine



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ArtForum #32, Unsolicited Collaboration with Brice Marden, 2012, 20 x 17 x 5 inches artforum magazine, wood, screw, matte board, Plexiglas

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ArtForum #35, Unsolicited Collaboration with Bruce Naumann, 2012, 41 x 14 x 5 inches artforum magazine, wood, screw, matte board, Plexiglas

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ArtForum #33, Unsolicited Collaboration with Frank Stella, 2012, 20 x 17 x 5 inches artforum magazine, wood, screw, matte board, Plexiglas

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ArtForum #36, Unsolicited Collaboration with Roni Horn, 2012, 20 x 17 x 5 inches artforum magazine, wood, screw, matte board, Plexiglas

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ArtForum #44, Unsolicited Collaboration with Michael Clark, 2012, 47 x 18 x 4.74 inches artforum magazine, wood, screw, matte board, Plexiglas

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ArtForum #45, Unsolicited Collaboration with Trish Brown, 2012, 22.5 x 18 x 4.74 inches Artforum magazine, wood, screw, matte board, Plexiglas

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ArtForum #45, Unsolicited Collaboration with Trish Brown, 2012, 22.5 x 18 x 4.74 inches Artforum magazine, wood, screw, matte board, Plexiglas In her Artforum Excavation Series San Francisco-based artist Francesca Pastine created beautiful, dripping topographies from the colorful pages of Artforum Magazine. Pastine cut each magazine layer by layer with an X-acto blade to reveal narrow bands of the pages within, in some cases interacting directly with art printed on the covers creating new hybrid artwork she refers to as “unsolicited collaborations”—which is brilliant. You can follow more of Pastine’s work on her blog and she has upcoming shows at the Halsey Institute of contemporary Art and Studio Quercus. (via junk culture)

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