How Does Democracy Look?

Fallon, Michael
November 2004
Art Papers Magazine;Nov/Dec2004, Vol. 28 Issue 6, p10
The article discusses works of art by Paul Shambroom of Minneapolis, Minnesota. It stated that the artist's photographic eye finds interest on the situations which are crucial to the nation's functioning, including city council meetings, corporate office spaces and nuclear facilities. His first projects stemmed from the commercial photographic work he made upon graduating from school. Shambroom aims to make the most compelling images and to make people see these images as real.


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