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Calhoun Smith is a visual artist working with photography and other printed matter in the creation of print editions, works on paper and other constructions.

Recent Work

Conspiracy Archive no.4  ·  2021  · 

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Obscenity Archive no.2  ·  2020  · 

Conspiracy Archive no.3  ·  2019  · 

Tanguy  ·  2018  · 

Obscenity Archive  ·  2018  · 

Latest Posts

Monument (detail), 2013, pigment print, 85 x 85 cm (33.46 x 33.46 in)

Monument

About the print

 ·  At the time the photos for Monument were taken, the global public health concern was the A (H1N1) flu virus. It was 2009.  ·  read more

Image of an untitled photographic collage on paper

Le Purple

 ·  The narrow streets above the village center are worn, eclectic, beautiful canyons. A mistaken museum. A lesson in patina and earth-worn color and dust in high sun, defying decay. Mineral.  ·  read more

Francis, 2012, pigment print, 60 x 60 cm (23.62 x 23.62 in), edition of 6 + 1 AP

Francis

About the print

 ·  At the time, I was tending to collect objects photographically, breaking them down the way Hockney did, without having any real idea of where or when they might be used.  ·  read more

Framed studies for L'Étranger

Studies for L’Étranger

 ·  Drawing is, in a sense, what happens as one tries to figure out how to make something.  ·  read more

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Framing the Archives

 ·  I had asked Jan not to work too beautifully. He seemed to solve that by working quickly. He surprised me by making certain irregularities and eccentricities of the wood pieces even more visible.  ·  read more

Portfolios

Obscenity Archive no.2 (detail), 2018

Archives

2017 – 2021
Stichtseweg (detail), 2012

Constellations

2012 – 2021
Critics or Average Men + Demands no.13 (detail), 2011

Critics

or Average Men + Demands
1994 – 2011
Hogeweg no.2 (detail), 2014

Hogeweg

2014
St. Martin de Brômes, France (detail), 2004

Photo-collage

1992 – 2014
untitled no.1 (detail), 2012

Photo-composites

2011 – 2021
RGB no.3 (detail), 2012

RGB

2012
Riez no.38 (grey, blue, black) (detail), 2014

Riez

2014 – 2016
Screen no.5 (detail), 2017

Screens

2016 – 2017