November 19, 2011
Llyn Foulkes, Money in the Bank, 1977
Using Dadaist and Surrealist strategies to create collages that feature  oddly juxtaposed materials and subjects, Lynn Foulkes embarked on a  series of portraits during the 1970s. He obliterated the facial features  of found photographs, masking the visages of corporate bureaucrats,  presidents, and peace activists alike.
(From MOCA’s website)

Llyn Foulkes, Money in the Bank, 1977

Using Dadaist and Surrealist strategies to create collages that feature oddly juxtaposed materials and subjects, Lynn Foulkes embarked on a series of portraits during the 1970s. He obliterated the facial features of found photographs, masking the visages of corporate bureaucrats, presidents, and peace activists alike.

(From MOCA’s website)

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