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My sixth solo exhibit (which features the longest title yet) explores the role of bread in history. Borrowing from different eras and genres of art from the Italian Renaissance, Dutch Baroque, French Impressionism to 20th Century advertising and Pop Art I have undertaken to investigate how bread has shaped the world. It’s a lot more interesting than you’d think!
For those who have never attended my previous shows they are not your typical stuffy artsy-fartsy affair where people in suits wax poetic over high art while sipping Shiraz. It will actually be fun. (And hopefully thought provoking and interesting.) There will be art, music, a variety of breads, intriguing cocktails and other festive libations to consume.
And of course really really cool & creative people like you who support the arts.
Look forward to seeing you there.
Interesting. Without the 18.5% BMI clause this would have probably led to more models starving themselves since photoshopping their bodies would have to be made public knowledge.
Questions remain however. Except in the case of portraiture, I photoshop the crap out of everyone because well, we ALL need a little work. I’ve seen and retouched literally thousands of pimples and wrinkles. Would a photographer in Israel have to disclose that?
Photography is not always about projecting reality. Sometimes it’s my job to illustrate an idealized world. Just as it’s sometimes my job to project an overtly vulgar one. Projecting only the truth leaves us with a very narrow view of the world.
This law seems on the surface to be righteous. I just hope it doesn’t result in an assault on the imagination. Truth shouldn’t be elevated to some higher status. Abstractions and ideas that don’t exist in the real world shouldn’t be regulated or relegated to some sort of second class status. Die gedanken sind frei!
Read the article here: http://bigthink.com/ideafeed/israels-photoshop-law-goes-into-effect?utm_source=feedburner&utm_medium=feed&utm_campaign=Feed%3A+bigthink%2Fblogs%2Fbig-think-ideafeed+%28Big+Think+IdeaFeed%29&utm_content=FaceBook
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