Perejaume "Postaler", 1984

 

In 1984, Perejaume carried on his shoulder a postcard display rack – like those found in all souvenir shops – and headed off to the mountains. Having replaced the postcards with mirrors, he photographed the rack at different points along his route. The result was a changing ‘painting’ that reflected (literally) these live, natural environments. Shut up at home, recovering images of urban or rural landscapes on our mobile phones can be a way of configuring our particular postcard rack during these days of confinement. Are you up for it?

Perejaume "Postaler", 1984
Perejaume "Postaler", 1984
Postcard Rack

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I don’t think about art when I’m working. I try to think about life
Jean-Michel Basquiat