Fein's series of staged and digitally manipulated photographic images recreate the infamous torture scenes from Abu Ghraib prison in Iraq, transforming the diffuse, muted and low-resolution images into large-scale, vivid, powerful and frightening reproductions.
Numb & Number
Numb & Number follows on the momentum of Clinton Fein's acclaimed New York exhibition, WARNING!, of which New York Times' Ken Johnson wrote: "This South African provocateur's vitriolic, darkly comic digital montages attack President Bush, his cabinet and his Iraq policies."
Clinton Fein's Annoy.com
Clinton Fein's Annoy.com is a visceral response; nothing more than an in-your-face, bitterly ironic and unapologetically wry interpretation of the events, politicians, consumer brands and media onslaught that are packaged to relentlessly permeate our consciousness and intoxicate our senses.
OTHER RECENT SOLO & GROUP CLINTON FEIN EXHIBITIONS
- Banned and Recovered
- The Other Mainstream II
- Face It - Torture in the 21st Century
- Peace Billboards: Artists Collaborate with the United Nations
- Clinton Fein at Southern Oregon University .
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