manifest international drawing annual 2007 exhibition-in-print
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Marc Dimov
Astoria, NY

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These pictures explore the possibilities of creating individualized interpretations of the subjects with each viewer who looks at the work. By altering the sitters genuine appearances to the extent of contradictory skin tones, the complete and partial loss of facial features, and their out of focus qualities, the observer is given the opportunity
to make their own assumptions. This project explores the psychology between human relationships and interactions juxtaposed with the notion that we are truly unidentifiable.



born: 1980, Great Barrington, Massachusetts


Massachusetts College Of Art, BFA, 2005

selected awards/honors

Brook Zimmerman Memorial Award, 2002

selected publications

Somerville Community Access Television; Interview with the artist, Somerville, MA, 2005

selected solo or two-person exhibits

"Untitled Portraits," SCAT Gallery, Somerville, MA, 2005

selected group shows

"Split," Drawing Room, Portland, ME, 2007
"Night of 1,000 Drawings," Artist's Space, SOHO, NY, 2007
"Works on Paper," Cue Art Foundation, Chelsea, NY, 2007
"Photography Now," South Shore Art Center, Cohasset, MA, 2006

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