Posted by: Brook Davis | August 23, 2011

Transmission review: James Pyman and the Copy/Past Art (February 24, 2010)


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Date: February 24, 2010

By Brook Davis

James Pyman is nothing more than a Copy/Past creator, without any kind of innovation or creativity. Incapable to write, is also unable to draw, so uses a
subterfuge to create art. He copy bad quality photographs from newspapers or from music albums covers, and copy them to a big sized image (4´x8´), creating in that way a unique kind of work with some acceptance in some markets.

I wonder, what kind of market consumes this kind of low quality art. In fact, he is incapable to create a fully structured image, without any kind of perspective, and clearly demonstrating a low quality level. However, his works are strangely emotive, conveying a strange feeling and pleasant, that many high quality artists are unable to demonstrate.

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