Enclosed Encounters of a Strange Kind

November 2005
Border Crossings;Nov2005, Vol. 24 Issue 4, p14
The article focuses on the works of artist Matthew Brown, member of the collaborative drawing group The Lions. How he creates his imaginary portraits is described in this article. His views about what his drawings provoke and his tendency to anthropomorphize everything are discussed. Comments on Brown' choices for his representations are presented.


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