“Emic/Etic No. 21” by Vanessa Woods
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Custom-framed. Estimated ship date: 2/18-2/25
Custom-framed. Estimated ship date: 2/18-2/25
Custom-framed. Estimated ship date: 2/18-2/25
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Custom-framed. Estimated ship date: 2/18-2/25
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A numbered, limited-editioned print by the San Francisco-based artist Vanessa Woods.
This artwork belongs to a series titled “Emic/Etic” – the latest collection by artist Vanessa Woods. The series explores subversion, classification and fantasy using materials scavenged from art books, vintage magazines and and found ephemera. The original image is decontextualized through the act of cutting and given new meaning through the process of collaging, resulting in provocative images that are often surreal and unearthly.

The artist holds an MFA from the San Francisco Art Institute and her works have exhibited at both the Jack Fischer Gallery in San Francisco and the Walker Art Center in Minneapolis.

An archival pigment print on Epson Ultra Premium Luster paper, available unframed or framed (no matte). Signed and numbered by the artist.
Origin: USA
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Image Size: 10" x 14", 14" x 20", 20" x 28"
+  Materials
Archival Pigment Print on Epson Ultra Premium Luster paper
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Option of black, white or natural frame with no mat.
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“Emic/Etic No. 21” by Vanessa Woods
$160$590
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About the Artist
Vanessa Woods
San Francisco, CA
Artist Vanessa Woods’ work uses subversive associations to re-imagine and re-contextualize contemporary and historical narratives. The material for her collages come from a broad range of sources including art history books, photo books, vintage/contemporary magazines, and found paper ephemera. In each piece, the original image is decontextualized through the act of cutting and it’s meaning re-contextualized through new associations. The artist holds an MFA from the San Francisco Art Institute and her works have exhibited at both the Jack Fischer Gallery in San Francisco and the Walker Art Center in Minneapolis.
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