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In Montez Singing (1989), the cartoonish eyes and meandering nose from Picasso’s Straw Hat with Blue Leaves (1936), along with a pair of stylized lips, attach themselves to the edges of the painting, so that it becomes a face peering in on itself. At the right of the canvas, mitered corners suggest a frame that dissolves on the left, while wispy strokes at the sides might read as hair and the circles below as breasts.
In these photos, what looks like a wearable Eyeball Dress is actually a sculpture, make up of tiny ceramic tiles, called Million Eyes Woman, by artist Marek Zyga. Photographed at the Evan Lurie Gallery Booth at the Summer 2015 Affordable Art Fair in NYC.
Artist Celeste Fichter has designed this Eyeglass Lens Cleaning Cloth, which keeps lenses and screens smudge free while illustrating the difference between stimulants and depressants. The pupil of one eye is under the influence of Crack, and the other Heroin. The Difference Lens Cleaner can can be purchased in the gift shop at The New Museum of Contemporary Art in NYC for $26.00 ($22.10 for Museum Members)!