The exploration of the human condition with the use of color
Chosen for the extreme use of color to vibrantly express a life of passion and struggle.
Chosen for the feeling of solitary and the overall observations that the man on the wall is absorbing.
Chosen for the feeling of inevitable isolation.
Chosen for the feeling of being self aware of all aspects of life.
Chosen for the feeling of curiosity, a natural human condition.
Chosen for the feeling of the search for purpose, with the unique colors and technique.
Chosen for its large scale intricate details, the use of color across the piece, showing curiosity and self awareness.
Chosen for its clear representation of absolute mortality.
Chosen for the depiction of the human struggle and ultimate loneliness.
Chosen for the feeling of confidence in the face of self actualization.
Chosen for the feeling of human interdependency.
Chosen for the collection of individuals facing death freely.
Chosen for the depiction of social needs within the human condition.
Chosen for the collective human spirit represented.
Chosen for the clear representation of human loneliness and affection.
Chosen for the feeling of human interaction and appreciation within generations.
Chosen for the representation of loneliness and self reflection.
Chosen for the depiction of the human spirit.
Chosen of the representation of the human condition in a nutshell, the search for the meaning of life, and the acceptance of the possibility of death, depicted in black and white.
Credits: All media
This user gallery has been created by an independent third party and may not always represent the views of the institutions, listed below, who have supplied the content.
LIFE Photo Collection
The Art Institute of Chicago
MoMA The Museum of Modern Art
Musée d’Orsay, Paris
Art Gallery of South Australia
Museo Dolores Olmedo
Leo Baeck Institute, Center for Jewish History
Street Art NYC
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