Found Art Photography

Found art iconography is entirely lacking in intentionality. Unlike most art, it is not the work of a thoughtful, individual mind, but of multiple "authors" who are not engaged in conscious collaboration and do not intend to create a work of art. Evanescence is important, too, because found art inevitably ceases to exist, erased by authorities or covered by additional artistic (or non-artistic) interventions.

William Graebner is a photographer and writer. He lives and works in Los Angeles, Rome, London, and Buffalo, New York. Prints are archival ink jet quality. For prices, sizes, and ordering information, click on the Contact page.

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