Found Art Photography
Found art iconography is, usually, 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 Rome, Los Angeles, London and Buffalo, New York.
Prices: $60 for a 15" X 15" glossy, archival inkjet print, with c. 1" white borders, on 17" X 17" paper--perfect for slipping into a $30 online 17" X 17" frame. Or on 13" X 19" paper for $50. Some also available on 17" X 22" paper ($70). Content of photos will differ slightly by size. Signed and dated, in editions of 15. Prices include shipping in the U.S. Contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org