Tagged: neon

elaine cameron-weir

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mary weatherford

“she added neon; now she’s famous” AND RIGHTFULLY SO.

these perfectly positioned neons obstruct our gaze — confronting us — preventing viewers from losing themselves in the transparent layers of pigment.

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james welling

A recent acquisition of the Hammer Museum, the work of UCLA Photography Professor James Welling is simply enthralling to look at. Tinted filters distort our perception of exposure for this series, focusing on the 1949 Glass House of architect Phillip Johnson. Recently, I prefer his abstract works, but the colors on these are captivating.

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