On July 24th 2008 I did a Google image search using +walker evans +sherrie levine as my search parameter. This book is a collection of all twenty-six images of Allie Mae Burroughs, the most famous of the Evans photos of the Burroughs family that I could find on that day.
They are positioned to match the original print with any white space around the image representing the cropped area of the reproduced picture.
File size, pixel aspect ratio and URL of all images are included as a frame of reference. It is only in reading the file names that we can identify if the reproduced image is a Levine or an Evans.
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or go to http://www.two-n.com
Hermann is an artist living in Brooklyn, New York. He is the principal of 2n - a New York-based data visualization design agency. His work at 2n has earned him numerous awards including three consecutive awards for Design Excellency from Communication Arts Magazine. His Levine & Walker installation was shown at the 2011 Rencontres d’Arles in the group show FROM HERE ON, (curated by Clément Chéroux, Joan Fontcuberta , Erik Kessels, Martin Parr, and Joachim Schmid) as well as at the FoMu in Antwerpen and the Centre d’Art Santa Mònica, Barcelona. In 2012, his books were part of the ABC/POD show at Printed Matter, New York and the DIY: Photographers & Books exhibition at the Cleveland Museum of Art. Together with artist Jeff Brouws and Wendy Burton he worked on Various Small Books, a book about books about books made in homage or referencing the Artist Books of Ed Ruscha, published by MIT Press in the Spring of 2013. Hermann is a member of the ABC Artists’ Books Cooperative.
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