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A White Winter As Seen By Artists Martin And Muñoz

In honor of a White Christmas, which I am not experiencing today in Southern California, I'm sharing with you the collaborative artworks of artists Walter Martin and Paloma Muñoz from their Traveler Series. Snowglobes and C-prints of snowglobes whose narratives at first appear charming, and then upon closer inspection are quite a bit twisted.

Walter Martin & Paloma Munoz: Wonderfully Wicked Winter Wonderland

Cerealart is proud to present an exhibition of photographs by Walter Martin and Paloma Munoz,
November 16, 2007 - January 25, 2008.

Like fairy tales or dreams Walter Martin and Paloma Munoz construct trancelike, metaphorical panoramic photographs and snow globes. The collaborative team, which have been working together since 1993, draw from art historical references ranging from Goya and Persian miniatures to literary references from William Blake to Zadie Smith.

C'mon people, it's only a dollar.