Ruin Upon Ruin

Ruin Upon Ruin Ruin Upon Ruin by Ben White Essays by Doug Harvey and John Hogan Hardbound full color Dimensions x x pages The Insert Blanc Monograph series continues with Ruin Upon Ruin by Ben Whi

  • Title: Ruin Upon Ruin
  • Author: Ben White John Hogan Doug Harvey
  • ISBN: 9780991109234
  • Page: 366
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Ruin Upon Ruin by Ben White Essays by Doug Harvey and John Hogan Hardbound, full color Dimensions 8.75 x 11.5 x 0.5 140 pages The Insert Blanc Monograph series continues with Ruin Upon Ruin by Ben White accompanied by a Limited Series of paintings available for sale from Insert Blanc Press Featuring 30 paintings along with numerous details and images from White s sketRuin Upon Ruin by Ben White Essays by Doug Harvey and John Hogan Hardbound, full color Dimensions 8.75 x 11.5 x 0.5 140 pages The Insert Blanc Monograph series continues with Ruin Upon Ruin by Ben White accompanied by a Limited Series of paintings available for sale from Insert Blanc Press Featuring 30 paintings along with numerous details and images from White s sketchbook, Ruin Upon Ruin by Ben White collects a number of White s paintings into a single body of work from over the past five years A large format, full color, hardbound edition of 140 pages with essays by Doug Harvey and John Hogan, Ruin Upon Ruin by Ben White is forthcoming in summer 2014 Ben White conflates figures from American history and folk tales with contemporary box stores and roadside attractions, pointing to the relativity of cultural import and the collapsible nature of intellectual, philosophical and religious progress in America John Hogan, Art21, May, 2012 Ben White s paintings merge anachronistic personages, events, biblical narratives, and popular culture to create a fantastic, nonlinear interpretation of history The incongruencies are absurd, and the absurdity itself pulls them into the present It becomes our history again, on equal terms with the present and once again acceptable as subject matter for contemporary painting Historical gravity, leavened by wit, becomes a source of pleasure and fascination Lara Bank, California Contemporary Art, Summer 2010 If one were to run across one of Ben White s paintings at a suburban garage sale or in the dusty backroom of a thrift store, one would snap it up immediately, display it prominently in one s hip Silverlake adjacent living room, then post it immediately on Facebook, hoping to learn about the quixotic outsider genius that produced it The Council of Nicaea supervising the faking of a moon landing Unimpeachable Liberace among the Hyenas in the Colloseum Fabulous Doug Harvey Born in 1978 in Jacksonville, FL, White studied painting, drawing, and printmaking at the Florida State University School of Art from 1997 to 2001 Two of those years were spent studying, researching, and creating work in Florence Italy, where he first began to develop a visual language that spoke to the recondite nature of established historical narratives and the visual propaganda which creates those narratives He received his MFA from CalArts in 2003 White s work and curatorial design have been shown in numerous group and solo exhibitions at venues such as Blythe Projects, The Torrance Art Museum, Sea and Space Explorations, the Santa Monica Museum of Art, and many others White is the a recipient of the Pollock Krasner Foundation Grant for 2011 2012, and his collaborative work has been seen in Flaunt magazine He co produces and hosts the art and culture show The People on KCHUNG radio 1630AM, and currently lives and works in Los Angeles, CA.

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