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CHRISTER STROMHOLM BARCELONA PORTRAIT 1959

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Digital collage - Total edition of 30 - Fine art print - Aluminium Dibond - - Charcoal frame

CHRISTER STROMHOLM BARCELONA PORTRAIT 1959

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THE STORY BEHIND…

We’ve all see this woman before, dripping in glamour; a pauper we would be in her presence. Campisi manipulates the trope that is the opera singer, with shifted strips that vanquish all identity. A new woman transformed, her cosmetic mask has been altered and her manicured face melts away.

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Julia Campisi is a photo based and collage artist born and bred in Toronto, Canada. She finished her BA in Political Science but felt like something was missing. At the time her roommates were art majors and she began to do their class assignments for fun. This then turned into a passion and two years after graduating from McMaster University she decided to go back to school and learn about photography. From the beginning of her interest in this medium she would take apart the elements of a photograph, which slowly started to move into collage work. Her desire to deconstruct existing images from the past comes from her need to understand the photograph as an object and photography’s relationship to our culture today.