Maggie Taylor "In Wonderland"

Laurence Miller Gallery

poster for Maggie Taylor "In Wonderland"

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A selection of contemporary surrealistic images by Maggie Taylor illustrating the 150-year old story of Alice in Wonderland. Maggie thus joins the ranks of artists like Salvador Dali and more recently the fashion photographer Annie Leibovitz who continue to find inspiration in this classic story. The connection between Maggie Taylor’s computer-generated and lushly colorful digital prints and Lewis Carroll’s phantasmagorical story almost seem too obvious at first. But Maggie’s illustrations, so many years removed from the original Alice tale, have a definite post-modern feel, and seem liberated from the literal aspects of the story. Her Alice not only exists in the many shapes described in the book but also as many ages

[Image: Maggie Taylor "The Herald" (2006) pigment print 15 x 15 in.]



from October 30, 2008 to November 24, 2008


Maggie Taylor

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