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Notable examples of picture grids in art, 10 images.


Fischli & Weiss, Visible World, 1987-2001, 3000 color photograph transparencies on 15 light-box tables, 2805x69x83 cm
Gerhard Richter, Atlas, 1962–ongoing, found photographs, 802 sheets (as of 2013)
Sophie Calle, The Sleepers, 1979, 176 photographs and 23 texts, 152x402cm
Mickalene Thomas, A-E-I-O-U and Sometimes Y, 2009
Andy Warhol, Sixteen Jackies, 1964, acrylic and silkscreen ink on canvas, 80x64 in
Giuseppe Penone, To Unravel One’s Own Skin, 1970, photocollage
Linder Sterling, Principle of Totality (Version I), 2012
Piotr Uklański, The Nazis, 1998, 164 chromogenic photographs, 14x10 in each
Marlene Dumas, Black Drawings, 1991-92, 112 mixed media on paper pieces, 25x18cm each
Byron Kim, Synecdoche, 1991–present, oil and wax on wood, each panel 8x10 in

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“A wall composed after Paris” by Cecília Corujo
Faculty of Fine Arts of Lisbon, 2015

Some more photos of my, ongoing and last, installation on the faculty, before I finish my masters.Clearly under the influence of my love for Sleater-Kinney, I know that it may look strange, I had to express it the only way i know, visually. The astonishing fast and frizzling discover of their music had so much impact on me, these last months (especially after the concert in Paris), that it seems that they have been there all my life… just waiting for the right moment to appear, to help me to take another step on the right direction to became myself or to be aware of different possibilities within it. I’ve learned so much about music, punk, riot grrrl, Fugazi, Television, other artists, values, ways of being/living. Thank you.