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Robert & Shana ParkeHarrison

Masque by Robert & Shana ParkeHarrison

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Catherine Edelman Gallery ( Chicago, IL)
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  • 2019
    Pigment print face-mounted to frosted plexi and back-mounted to Dibond
    From the series “Falling Awake”
    Signed, titled, dated and editioned, in pencil, au recto
    22 x 25 5/8 inch | Edition of 5
    35 x 52 inch | Edition of 3
    Unframed

  • Much has been written about Robert & Shana ParkeHarrison, the husband and wife team whose photographic tableaus took the art world by storm more than six years ago. Creating a genre unique within the photo world, the ParkeHarrisons construct fantasies in the guise of environmental performances for their Everyman – a man dressed in a black suit and starched white shirt – who interacts with the earths landscape. Tapping into their surreal imagination, the artists combine elaborate sets (which can take months to construct) and an impeccable sense of wit and irony, to address issues about the earth and mankind's responsibility to heal the damage he has done to its landscape. The ParkeHarrisons received a Guggenheim Fellow in 1999, an Artist Grant in Photography from the Massachusetts Cultural Council in 2001 and 1996, among other awards. Their monograph, The Architect's Brother, was published by Twin Palms Twelve Trees Press in 2000 with a second edition in 2002. Their works are included in numerous collections including Los Angeles County Museum of Art, Whitney Museum of American Art (NYC), Museum of Fine Arts (Houston) and the International Museum of Photography at George Eastman House.

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