Maurizio Anzeri’s unusual working process brings together found photographs and embroidery. Using portraitsfrom the 1930s and 1940s collected at flea markets, Anzeri overlays abstract designs by sewing intricately patterned threads directly onto the photographic surface. Obscuring part of the photograph he both hides and heightens certain features of the face. His precise juxtapositions transform the discarded image,
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