Subliminal

15 Artworks

Art has the ability to both convey and obscure a message. Omitted features and enigmatic characters will have you thinking twice about the context of these 20 works.

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Pensive by Adrian Kay Wong
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Castle 1 by Jessica Haye & Clark Hsiao
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Visage (150204) by Leigh Wells
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Untitled (Index of Form) by Natalie Beall
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Blind Escape 1B by Martina Lang
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Crouching by Rachel Levit Ruiz
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Float by Beverly Ress
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The Gathering (20) by Anthony Cudahy
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Untitled (Index of Form) by Natalie Beall
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Flash point by Aliza Morell
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Tire Fire by Michael Northrup
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SGP (untitled 17) by Amelia Briggs
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Deception (111004) by Leigh Wells
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Charles and the Crucifix by Michael Northrup
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Sliced by Rachel Levit Ruiz

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