Monday, September 14, 2009

Turkish Delight

Anne Polashenski's work incorporates textile patterns and photographs of figures in patterned clothing. The painted and collaged patterns act as a form of camouflage to hide and protect the body.

Anne Polashenski, Turkish Delight: Serenk Obliteration, 2008, 18 x 15 inches, C-print and gouache on paper (detail)

Turkish Delight: Çintamani Obliteration, 2008, 16 x 16 inches, C-print and gouache on paper via


Ania Wawrzkowicz said...

Beautiful images! I work with similar idea in the nature so this is very interesting for me.

Really nice blog, love your selection of art.

Best wishes!


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India Pharmacy said...

wow amazing pictures, they are like in 3D with the model perfectly hidden with the same colors, fact that makes it very impressive and now that I think, these are like stereograms