Thursday, December 9, 2010
The N.Y. Times has an nice blog post that discusses how artists have represented the foreclosure crises:
As the housing crisis continues to unfold, the challenges in keeping it visually fresh for a restless public grows. “It’s not an easy subject to visualize,” says Mr. Suau. . . . “In a single image it’s difficult to illustrate the size and enormity of the problem.
The post also includes a slideshow that demonstrates a number of artistic approaches to the problem.
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