By Poul Lange -Original Artwork
Silk Tree, San Pedro
Original SX-70 Polaroid print
Poul Lange was born in Copenhagen, Denmark where he also got his education from The Royal Danish Academy’s school of design. He studied at NYC’s School of Visual arts in 1984 and settled in New York shortly after. Since 2014 he has lived and worked in Downtown Los Angeles.
He has shown his work in galleries in Europe and the US, while also designing book jackets and publications for a variety of clients.
Lange’s main areas of expression are collage and photography, which at times overlaps and exist in unison. He has a strong affection for the natural world, and botanical elements—mostly in the form of pressed flowers—are often used in his compositions. He has a background in traditional analog photography, and a couple of his hand-tinted silver gela tin prints can be seen in this show.
Another passion of his is collecting vintage, vernacular (found) photos, that he likes to put next to his collages and personal photography. Sometimes these antique photographs also become part of his collages as seen in the series “Flower People”.
Measures: 6” x 8” x 0.5” framed
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