Robert Olsen Featured in Art in Print
“Olsen lived and worked in California, where freeways are a state-defining cliché, but Olsen’s were different: bereft of cars, people or legible signage, they are formal arrangements of concrete and shadow, lonely and cool, elegiac. They are places made by people for people, which all the people have left…In her essay [Sarah] Jorgensen notes, ‘Robert would leave out information that the eye of the viewer would leave in’, or, as he put it himself, ‘I try to isolate the ubiquitous.'”
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Also featured in Art in Print is the Prix de Print prize, No. 22: Aerial, Other Cities #9 by Susan Goethel Campbell. This issue’s prize was juried by our own Katie Michel. Please visit this link for the full article.