James Hopkins, "Consumption and Consequence"

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James Hopkins at James Cohan Gallery

James Hopkins, Consumption and Consequence, 2006

This was one of my favorite pieces in a smart group show at James Cohan Gallery titled A Brighter Day.

Related: Click opera on shelves and art. While you're there, check out his excellent post on the White House's purposefully middlebrow (at best) graphic design. It's dirt style without the irony!

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One of our favorites, as well. Wry and elegant.

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