Elad Lassry

Man 071 . 2007


+ David Kordansky Gallery

Elad Lassry makes intimate, framed photographs that slip effortlessly between genres and iconographies—capturing plastic still-lives, uncanny publicity portraits, collages, animals, and landscapes, all to hyper-stylized effect.
Each isolated subject is cloistered within saturated fields of color, and while his pictures might possess a sense of distant familiarity, further context is often erased from view. Despite their extreme realism, these toothsome vegetables, sunny faces, and pristine products are overwhelmed by their own formal properties.
Contemporary Art Museum St. Louis

Eggs , 2010

Kitchen , 2010

Tree , 2010







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