"Russian" Original Collage Painting
Original artwork by artist Carl M. George. Canvas on board with acrylic paint, gold and silver leaf, paper, gathered objects and vintage images. Each is handmade and unique. 12″ × 16″. Signed CMG and dated on verso. Carl M. George is an artist specializing in collage and experimental film. He is a founding member of the non-profit art collective Allied Productions and has been actively involved with ABC No Rio, an artist run exhibition and performance space, for more than thirty years. He has curated art exhibitions for The Armand Hammer Museum, The Kinsey Institute, Warner Brothers and Paramount Studios and Cinecitta Studios, Rome. Many of his short experimental films have shown in festivals internationally and are in the permanent collections of the Museum of Modern Art, the Whitney, the Guggenheim Museum and the New York Public Library. His 1986 short film, The Lost 40 Days has recently been restored with the assistance of the National Film Preservation Foundation and is now in the permanent collections of the National Archive at the Library of Congress and Anthology Film Archives in New York. His 1989 film DHPG Mon Amour, documenting the radical advances made by people with AIDS in developing their own health care, is a classic of AIDS activist filmmaking and was recently incorporated into the Oscar-nominated documentary How to Survive a Plague (2012).
- Depth: 0.1 Width: 16.0 Height: 12.0
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