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Handiedan’s ‘United Taste of A Miracle’

Dutch collage artist Handiedan (whose Amsterdam-studio we recently visited here) will be opening her fourth solo show with Long Beach's Phone Booth Gallery later this weekend. Though the fields of collage and art nouveau aren't necessarily anything new, Handiedan's work continues to evolve as her layers gain even more depth, rising above their surfaces in a show of splayed limbs and vintage currency. The work maintains its accessibly decorative nature though undercurrents of sexuality, consumerism and even death are layered throughout... this isn't your grandpa's standard pin-up. 'United Taste of A Miracle' opens Saturday, November 19th and will remain on view until December 17th.

Dutch collage artist Handiedan (whose Amsterdam-studio we recently visited here) will be opening her fourth solo show with Long Beach’s Phone Booth Gallery later this weekend. Though the fields of collage and art nouveau aren’t necessarily anything new, Handiedan’s work continues to evolve as her layers gain even more depth, rising above their surfaces in a show of splayed limbs and vintage currency. The work maintains its accessibly decorative nature though undercurrents of sexuality, consumerism and even death are layered throughout… this isn’t your grandpa’s standard pin-up. ‘United Taste of A Miracle’ opens Saturday, November 19th and will remain on view until December 17th.

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