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Lovelorn

Bob Schneider
2017
Paper, ink, acrylic, and varnish on canvas
60.0072.00

Bob Schneider (American, b. 1965, lives and works in Austin) Originally coming to prominence through his musical acumen rather than his lesser-known but equally deft skill as a visual artist, Bob Schneider creates jarring collage-based works that demand just as much consideration as any of his acclaimed albums. These piled up constructions of detailed imagery send viewers reeling between the microcosm of the individual cut-out and the gestalt in which the small elements dissolve into a greater psychedelically-bound whole. The fractured image-overload of Schneider’s work reflects the rapidly changing facets of a musician’s career and travels—a reality Schneider has lived with all his life, born to a struggling but ambitious opera singer, and living abroad for much of his childhood. Although these works are personal to the artist in this way, these themes resonate with an increasingly wide swath of the population as relocation, occupational shifts, and the rapid propagation of information become the norm for recent generations in vocations of every stripe.

 

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Bob Schneider (American, b. 1965, lives and works in Austin) Originally coming to prominence through his musical acumen rather than his lesser-known but equally deft skill as a visual artist, Bob Schneider creates jarring collage-based works that demand just as much consideration as any of his acclaimed albums. These piled up constructions of detailed imagery send viewers reeling between the microcosm of the individual cut-out and the gestalt in which the small elements dissolve into a greater psychedelically-bound whole. The fractured image-overload of Schneider’s work reflects the rapidly changing facets of a musician’s career and travels—a reality Schneider has lived with all his life, born to a struggling but ambitious opera singer, and living abroad for much of his childhood. Although these works are personal to the artist in this way, these themes resonate with an increasingly wide swath of the population as relocation, occupational shifts, and the rapid propagation of information become the norm for recent generations in vocations of every stripe.

 
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LANA CARLSON is an international curator who started her career in Paris and St. Petersburg after receiving an education at the Sorbonne and School of Louvre. As founder and director of Modern Art Gallery, Lana has curated numerous exhibitions and participated in art fairs around the world. Lana also curated and produced the first ever state museums exhibitions of Auguste Rodin in Moscow and Saint-Petersburg.

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