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Matthew Brannon: To Say the Very Least

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To Say the Very Least is the first comprehensive publication on the print and installation work of the rising New York artist Matthew Brannon. Everything takes place on the surface, or just under it, in Brannon's work, just as everything is public or takes place in public there. The prints exploit their generic relation to advertising and posters, but the benign appearance ...more
Paperback, 175 pages
Published July 1st 2008 by Art Gallery of York University/The Power Plant
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Michael Vagnetti
Jun 11, 2012 Michael Vagnetti rated it liked it
Art that explores the tantalizing overlap between "writing" and "the visual," in a way that is situational instead of typographical. The art, which contains abstracted or silhouetted still lifes, is contrasted with snippets of subversive speech, ("Just Wash Your Face and Go Back to the Hotel," "You Didn't Hear Anything," etc.) which has a kind of manners and decorum of its own. Had me thinking of aphorisms like this: "The truth is the last taboo of language." Also exposes the "shock" of ...more
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