Photography as place for Painting, James Hyde, Artist Interview

Gorky's Granddaughter interviewed James Hyde after his solo exhibition, Reservoir, at Albright College. The camera provides a luscious view of these paintings. Talking about painting Hyde said
...it is really different than photography, there's a type of....a strong physicality to painting that is absent from photography. And in order for photography to take place and set off its chain of recognition it needs denied surface and that's one of the reasons I really got in to painting on photographs. more





ON OVER, 2002 - 2012, vinyl paint and acrylic enamel on archival inkjet print on glazed porcelain, 11 1/2 x 17 inches


BREEZE, 2002 - 2011, vinyl paint on archival inkjet print on glazed porcelain, 10 x 10.5 inches


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