How cool.  Zac Freeman - “My work focuses primarily on portraits created by assembling found objects, disposable goods, and the leftover trash of things we consume in our society. I glue the bits of junk to a wooden substrate, a canvas, which forms the image of a portrait. The result is a stunningly realistic portrait at a distance and an interesting array of objects up close."

Jacksonville, FL artist Zac Freeman

How cool. Zac Freeman - “My work focuses primarily on portraits created by assembling found objects, disposable goods, and the leftover trash of things we consume in our society. I glue the bits of junk to a wooden substrate, a canvas, which forms the image of a portrait. The result is a stunningly realistic portrait at a distance and an interesting array of objects up close."

Christian Holstad on Daniel Reich (1973–2012) - artforum.com / passages

Christian Holstad on Daniel Reich (1973–2012) - artforum.com / passages

Daniel Reich in his gallery on 23rd Street in Chelsea. He previously held exhibitions in his tiny studio apartment. [Photo by Nancy Siesel, The New York Times]

Daniel Reich, the loss of a truly resourceful man

Daniel Reich in his gallery on 23rd Street in Chelsea. He previously held exhibitions in his tiny studio apartment. [Photo by Nancy Siesel, The New York Times]

Nick Masuss

Nick Masuss

NICK MAUSS AND SHELBY... - ARTFORUM

NICK MAUSS AND SHELBY... - ARTFORUM

Michael Wilson at the SculptureCenter’s annual gala - artforum.com / scene & herd

Michael Wilson at the SculptureCenter’s annual gala - artforum.com / scene & herd

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