“Savage Justice” is a solo exhibition by Morgan Slade at LeBasse Projects that runs until August 7th.
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If you’re showing your creative work online, chances are you currently have to maintain profiles across a variety of social networks and websites. And that’s not including your own portfolio and resume, which you probably host and update on an independent domain. Showcasing your latest work can get exasperating when you have to re-up each new portfolio piece to a bunch of different websites.
Fortunately, we now have an alternative to this scattershot approach to displaying work. Most of us are already have a professional resume on LinkedIn. And now you can showcase your creative portfolio on your LinkedIn profile by installing a simple application created by Behance. The app, Creative Portfolio Display, allows anyone to create a free portfolio on the Behance Network and instantly syncs it with your LinkedIn profile. The result? A one-stop solution for maintaining creative portfolios and broadcasting your work to millions.
If you’re already a Behance Network member, sync your accounts with just a few clicks. If not, download the Creative Portfolio Display application, and you can be up and running in just a few minutes. By letting potential employers actually see the work you describe in your resume, you’ll be adding a whole new dimension to your online persona.
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Cao offers remarkable, large scale photographs that are made up of tiny pictures, generally paired to create a relationship to the overall image. These iconic images examine the cult of celebrity and are easily discernable across the entire social spectrum. These works made for sell out shows in Miami, and a return to New York for a solo exhibit, DECOMPOSE/RECOMPOSE: RESURRECT, at Stux Gallery.
Alex Guofeng Cao is inspired by photographers such as Irving Penn, Richard Avedon, Edward Weston, and Robert Mapplethorpe, and the forms and proportions of ancient Egyptian, Greek, and Roman eras. This combination has led to a method of creation that is a process of encoding and layering information of the times using the subtle tones available between deep black and bright white.
Prints available £25 (UK) /$42 (US):
Hitchcock (Rear Window,North by Northwest, Birds, Vertigo, Psycho, Dial M)
Kubrick Collection:(Clockwork Orange, Shining)
Michael Caine: (Zulu, Ipcress File, Get Carter, Italian Job)
The Killer Inside Me
All Prints are Sized: 420mm x 297mm
250gsm, Hi Gloss Print, Signed and numbered.
Dispatched Immediately worldwide (Delivery included in the price)
Two video-interviews, artwork and “The Week before…” short film
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