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Richard Tuschman

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For the past year Richard Tuschman has been making images inspired by Edward Hopper’s intimate interior scenes. He likes the idea of creating open-ended narratives that hopefully evoke some of the complexities of the human condition. The images are digital montages using diaramas I make for the sets. Sometimes he makes the diaramas first, and sometimes he photographs the models first. The pieces are very labor intensive. Making the miniature sets gives him a great deal of control, a nice contrast to working on the computer, and he loves combining all the different aspects of the process.

pbr_still_life_figures

pbr_daydream

woman_book_letter

woman_at_window

green_bedroom_morning

green_bedroom_4am

woman-reading

woman_man_on_bed

by-the-window

hotel-by-railway

morning-in-city

woman-sun-ii

woman-sun

morning_sun

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Published on
21 September 2013
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