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JOANIE LANDAU


 


 

Hashtag Nation are works fueled by the profusion of outrage in the form of political hashtags on social media since the Trump Inauguration. They serve as a visual diary of current dissent, confusion and anger, all within a mere 47 days in office. Panels 1-4 represent the first 19, 24, 35 and 47 days of rage against this current administration. The hashtags are prolific, profound and a call for revolution. They represent the true global definition of Freedom of Speech. Each panel is 20 x 15.Each of my pieces has a hidden "eye", keeping watch over all who admire it.

 

Hashtag Nation Quadriptych B+W
Digital collagraphs
30 x 40
(On display until October 15, 2017)
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Justice + Equality
Digital collagraphs
30 x 40

 On display at Takoma Busboys & Poets Location till Nov 26, 2017
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Originally done on a printing press using found objects, Japanese papers and ink, Joanie Landau has turned the unique process of collagraphs into digital works. Using various photo applications, layers upon layers of original images merge together into a unique and one of a kind piece of art.

 


Resistance
Digital collagraphs
20 x 20
 On display at Takoma Busboys & Poets Location till Nov 26, 2017
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202-783-2963

Originally done on a printing press using found objects, Japanese papers and ink, Joanie Landau has turned the unique process of collagraphs into digital works. Using various photo applications, layers upon layers of original images merge together into a unique and one of a kind piece of art. Digital collagraphs are masterfully printed using archival ink jet printing techniques mounted on plexiglass.

 

 


We Need You, Emma Lazarus
Mixed Media
20 x 20
 On display at Takoma Busboys & Poets Location till Nov 26, 2017
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This piece is inspired by the American poet Emma Lazarus, known for the sonnet engraved on the Statue of Liberty, The New Colossus. Symbolizing the American immigration story and these very issues currently tearing our nation apart, her words burn into the very essence of the American psyche.




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ZENITH GALLERY est. 1978
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UPPER NORTHWEST GALLERY: 1429 Iris Street, NW,  Washington DC 20012       MAP
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