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Andy Dandy (FOUR), 2007. The Hilton Brothers (Christopher Makos and Paul Solberg)
Pigmented inks on archival photographic paper. Edition 5/5.
These diptychs from the tandem The Hilton Brothers combine the "Altered Image" portraits made in a collaboration between Makos and Andy Warhol and the flowers from Solberg's "Bloom" series. Makos created this series of portraits in which he used everyday elements to create and alter individuality. Solberg used light and isolation to pay homage to the real beauty of flowers, not their superficial beauty. As a tribute to Warhol's passion for flowers, the two decide to create these very beautiful but profound diptychs, a conceptual song dedicated to sincere beauty.
The hilton brothers (Christopher Makos and Paul Solberg) These visual storytellers explore the freedom and parameters of collaboration, a shared language that is spoken through their images and collage. His most notable works are in the series, "Speed" (2006), "Andy Dandy" (2007), and "Narrative" (2009) and "Conscience" (2007). They share numerous publications, such as Mistaken Identity (2009) and their work, Tyrants + Lederhosen (2011). His work has been exhibited internationally in museums and galleries, including La Casa Encendida (Madrid), Galerie Catherine Houard (Paris), Galerie Sho Contemporary Art (Tokyo), Christopher Henry Gallery (New York), Karl Hutter Fine Art (LA), and NSU Art Museum, and more recently the Macedonian Museum of Contemporary Art.
Measurements: W 165 x H 110 cm