Photo-montage

In his series, Atomic Overlook, L.A. artist Clay Lipski opens an engaging dialog about public fascination with the nuclear bomb. Appropriating imagery of both mushroom clouds and tourist figures, Lipsky combines them aptly to create an unsettling casual set of pictures in which the austerity and violence of the atomic explosion…

Henry Peach Robinson’s earliest endeavors at art were highly precocious oil paintings, one of which was accepted into a prestigious gallery showing while Robinson was only 22. Although he was already fully prepared for…

Chicago Artist Jayson Bimber’s digital collages are comical in their approach to notions of the sacrosanct in both religion and art. His two interrelated series’, Masterpieces and Good is Dead recreate Modern Art masterpieces as well as stories from the Old Testament through the process of collaging material from pornographic and popular magazines. The resulting images search for an exchange between popular art, religion, and pornography…

Hannah Hoch (born Anna Therese Johanne Hoch on November 1, 1899) remains a well-known member of the Berlin Dada movement, and was among the first prominent artists to work with photo-montage techniques. Hoch attended the College of Arts and Crafts in Berlin from 1912 to 1914, during the tense lead-up to the first World War.

Danish photographer Peter Funch took to the streets of New York in 2006 to capture life in the city in a different way from street photographers in the past. The decisive construction of the images in Babel Tales shows us stories of impossible possibilities, and portray a real-life fantasy about…

Italian Surrealist Franco Donaggio follows in a long line of artists who’ve investigated the world of dreams. The two projects featured here, Morpheus’ Spaces and Urbis, take two distinct approaches to surrealism in relation to the urban environment….

Yves Klein (1928 – 1962) is considered to be one of the most noteworthy artists to emerge in the mid-20th century. He was one of the founding members of a brief but distinct art movement called Nouveau réalisme (New Realism) which sought to distinguish itself from abstract painting by returning to “reality” in its subject matter via direct appropriation of images or materials…

At once classically familiar and eerily chimerical, Julie Blackmon’s work draws the viewer into the everyday world of a typical suburban family with skillful metaphor and touching sincerity. Her recognition of…