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Sunday, May 20, 2012

New York Times interview!

For the travel issue’s T, the artist and photographer Adam Wallacavage turned his trademark — tentacled chandeliers — into the magazine’s. “It was a little bit harder than I thought it would be,” Wallacavage says. “My style can be dark and gloomy looking at times, but I wanted this to feel light and elegant and somewhat simple. The simple part was the hardest.” Here Wallacavage, whose work is on display at the Philadelphia Art Alliance in the installation “Shiny Monsters” through Aug. 19, talks to T about octopuses and why he’d never dream of eating one. click here to read the interview


Anti.Muse said...

Love your chandeliers and featured your work in my latest blog entry, have a look & enjoy!

Sylvie Tartán said...

¡¡¡Todas las pulpo lámparas son maravillosas!!! ¡Congratulations!