The Art of Darkness

Dürer Lives

October 29th, 2007 by Cobwebs

Art DetailSaul Chernick is a contemporary artist who works with classical tropes like frisky skeletons and creepy harridans. His stuff has that WAY-too-many-squirming-lines thing that are the hallmark of artists like Dürer (I know there’s an umlaut in there; I’m just being lazy.) It’s evocative and really quite creepy.

Link (via Morbid Anatomy)

He’s got a showing in the Protetch Project Space in New York right now, too.

Updated to include the darn umlaut.

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  1. Marie Says:

    Hey, if you know out how to make an umlaut, do tell. My maiden name has one and I’ve never been able to figure out how to include it when I type it out.

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