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Grafitto by Swoon



This woodcut is pasted up as a grafitto, something which Swoon often does in various contexts. (See, for example, her work for this summer's Philagrafika.) I hadn't heard of her before today, but some of what I've now seen of her work is quite engaging, particularly for her use of the physical contexts in which the pieces are pasted.

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geesepalace
Jan. 6th, 2012 04:12 pm (UTC)
Is that piece on the way to the corte or campiello del remer, near S Gio: Grisostomo? I saw something very like it in that area and wondered whether it was Swoon's, but it seemed too different from other things I've seen by her.
owlfish
Jan. 6th, 2012 04:24 pm (UTC)
No, we were coming back from P. Roma. Looking at a map, it was probably the calle which runs on the far side of S. Simeon Piccolo from P. Roma. But that doesn't mean it's not the same woodcut which you saw.

Not signed, but I took printperson's authority on this one. That doesn't mean it couldn't be someone else's work, of course.