Emily Prince - American Servicemen and Women Who Have Died in Iraq and Afghanistan (But Not Including the Wounded, nor the Iraqis nor the Afghans)  2004 - to present.  It is a visual and visceral exploration of these individuals by way of their faces. It is my own eyes and my hand tracing out some very slight acquaintance with what's occurring. As an investigation it is little, and it is incomplete.

Emily Prince - American Servicemen and Women Who Have Died in Iraq and Afghanistan (But Not Including the Wounded, nor the Iraqis nor the Afghans) 2004 - to present. It is a visual and visceral exploration of these individuals by way of their faces. It is my own eyes and my hand tracing out some very slight acquaintance with what's occurring. As an investigation it is little, and it is incomplete.

Emily Prince - American Servicemen and Women Who Have Died in Iraq and Afghanistan (But Not Including the Wounded, nor the Iraqis nor the Afghans)  2004 - to present.  Rendered in graphite pencil, each portrait appears on small coloured cards which correspond to the skin tone of soldiers, including details about their appearance, posture, and expression, and personal facts such as their name, age, and place of origin.

Emily Prince - American Servicemen and Women Who Have Died in Iraq and Afghanistan (But Not Including the Wounded, nor the Iraqis nor the Afghans) 2004 - to present. Rendered in graphite pencil, each portrait appears on small coloured cards which correspond to the skin tone of soldiers, including details about their appearance, posture, and expression, and personal facts such as their name, age, and place of origin.

EMILY PRINCE -  American Servicemen and Women Who Have Died in Iraq and Afghanistan (But Not Including the Wounded, nor the Iraqis nor the Afghans)   2004 - to present  The work is a tribute to every American soldier killed in Iraq and Afghanistan since 2004. Comprising of 5,158 drawings this ongoing memorial project brings attention to the human cost of war, turning statistics back into portraits of real lives sacrificed on the field.

EMILY PRINCE - American Servicemen and Women Who Have Died in Iraq and Afghanistan (But Not Including the Wounded, nor the Iraqis nor the Afghans) 2004 - to present The work is a tribute to every American soldier killed in Iraq and Afghanistan since 2004. Comprising of 5,158 drawings this ongoing memorial project brings attention to the human cost of war, turning statistics back into portraits of real lives sacrificed on the field.

Will Ryman - The Bed (2007)        Here The Bed is a metaphor for a similar ongoing feeling, which I believe everyone carries throughout their life, trying to figure how you feel and who you are and what your place is in relation to things that surround you.

Will Ryman - The Bed (2007) Here The Bed is a metaphor for a similar ongoing feeling, which I believe everyone carries throughout their life, trying to figure how you feel and who you are and what your place is in relation to things that surround you.

Emily Prince - American Servicemen and Women Who Have Died in Iraq and Afghanistan (But Not Including the Wounded, nor the Iraqis nor the Afghans)  2004 - to present.  It is an ongoing project which will not be complete until American involvement in the conflicts in Iraq and Afghanistan ends. The work is constantly developed up to and including the day of the exhibition installation.

Emily Prince - American Servicemen and Women Who Have Died in Iraq and Afghanistan (But Not Including the Wounded, nor the Iraqis nor the Afghans) 2004 - to present. It is an ongoing project which will not be complete until American involvement in the conflicts in Iraq and Afghanistan ends. The work is constantly developed up to and including the day of the exhibition installation.

Will Ryman - The Bed (2007)    The Bed's depiction of slacker idleness is humorously at odds with its oversized, commanding spectacle, and its clunky forms become both props and performers in an anti-drama of epic proportions. The bed itself operates literally as a platform or stage, the centre of expectant action and entertainment.

Will Ryman - The Bed (2007) The Bed's depiction of slacker idleness is humorously at odds with its oversized, commanding spectacle, and its clunky forms become both props and performers in an anti-drama of epic proportions. The bed itself operates literally as a platform or stage, the centre of expectant action and entertainment.

Will Ryman -The Bed (2007)      The Bed is both a monumental sculpture and a stage. Made from papier maché, Ryman's giant man reclines in a dreamy world, somewhere between Sunday morning lie-in bliss and nervous breakdown, basking in the clutter of notebooks, beer cans and open bags of crisps.

Will Ryman -The Bed (2007) The Bed is both a monumental sculpture and a stage. Made from papier maché, Ryman's giant man reclines in a dreamy world, somewhere between Sunday morning lie-in bliss and nervous breakdown, basking in the clutter of notebooks, beer cans and open bags of crisps.

Alexandra Mir - Newsroom  In research for the show at the Mary Boone gallery in September-October 2007, three assistants and myself spent months in the NYC Public Library copying 10,000 covers of the two tabloids - the outcome of their combined cover stories of 15 years. From these, I selected around 200 that were particularly poignant, or which formed an ongoing narrative, but most importantly, that made me smile with recognition.

Alexandra Mir - Newsroom In research for the show at the Mary Boone gallery in September-October 2007, three assistants and myself spent months in the NYC Public Library copying 10,000 covers of the two tabloids - the outcome of their combined cover stories of 15 years. From these, I selected around 200 that were particularly poignant, or which formed an ongoing narrative, but most importantly, that made me smile with recognition.

Alexandra Mir - Newsroom (2007)  In retrospect, news before 9/11/2001 makes this megalopolis look like a quaint town full of petty crooks, with this accident or that occasional murder resulting in the loss of a single life. A rape in Central Park and a love triangle on Long Island were the two longest running news stories of New York in the 15 years leading up to the end of the millennium.

Alexandra Mir - Newsroom (2007) In retrospect, news before 9/11/2001 makes this megalopolis look like a quaint town full of petty crooks, with this accident or that occasional murder resulting in the loss of a single life. A rape in Central Park and a love triangle on Long Island were the two longest running news stories of New York in the 15 years leading up to the end of the millennium.

Alexandra Mir - Newsroom (2007)  NYC tabloids New York Daily News and New York Post serve as practical tools that unite the population around shared joys and fears; they help spread the city's gossip and form its identity. Whether one buys them or not, a glance at the headlines while passing by a deli or waiting for a bus is enough to be connected to the diverse masses that make up their readership.

Alexandra Mir - Newsroom (2007) NYC tabloids New York Daily News and New York Post serve as practical tools that unite the population around shared joys and fears; they help spread the city's gossip and form its identity. Whether one buys them or not, a glance at the headlines while passing by a deli or waiting for a bus is enough to be connected to the diverse masses that make up their readership.


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