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  • n. Plural form of photomontage.


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  • His photomontages are a mix of his own photograghs and second hand images.

    Sean Hillen @ The Gallery Of Photography

  • Since the late 1970s, the English artist Linder has sculpted – or more accurately, in light of her signature photomontages, scalpelled into being – a persona and a body of work that are discreet as well as scandalous, earthy and visionary.

    Linder, the artist with the hex factor

  • By the late 1970s, Linder was already considering her photomontages as creatures of a sort; she has spoken of the process of cutting and splicing as, "performing cultural post-mortems and then reassembling the corpses badly, like a Mary Shelley trying to breathe life into the monster".

    Linder, the artist with the hex factor

  • The exhibition showcases a selection of extraordinary drawings, collages and photomontages that have been produced for Blueprint magazine as part of their ‘Paper City’ commissions over the past three years.

    Paper City: Urban Utopias

  • The surreal photomontages are based on letters women sent to the magazine, and they retain their sense of phantasmagoria and threat; they're funny, but you're afraid to laugh.

    Seeing Sights Far and Near

  • An enchanting journey in the Mexican countryside with "Dreaming in Reverse," a beautiful series of photomontages by American artist Tom Chambers.

    Evelyne Politanoff: Tom Chambers 'Mexican Reveries': An Enchanting Journey

  • Thanks to technology and digital manipulations, Chamber's photomontages of surreal imagery folded into rural Mexican scenes become persuasive dreamscapes.

    Evelyne Politanoff: Tom Chambers 'Mexican Reveries': An Enchanting Journey

  • Inspired by her encounters with the army in Tahrir Square in the early days of the revolution, Egyptian artist Nermine Hammam has produced a group of photomontages combining photos of troops with colour-saturated picture-postcards of idyllic landscapes.

    Arab artists flourishing as uprisings embolden a generation

  • In his paintings, sculptures, photomontages, writing, photography, and videos, Wojnarowicz confronted the political and religious powers he viewed as murderous.

    Merrill Cole: WikiLeaks and David Wojnarowicz: A Perspective from Berlin

  • Mills doesn't iron out the hipster-auteur quirks here – a subtitled dog, freeform photomontages, felt-tip illustrations – but he puts them to the service of an authentic drama.

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