from THE AGE OF COLLAGE 2.

“She has sliced up the faces of famous figures such as Albert Einstein, Grace Jones, Idi Amin, or Kim Novak, and then diced them back together in either Frankensteinian or kaleidoscopic formations. She has made Kate Moss morph into a monster, blended Benjamin Netanyahu with a skull, and exploded Queen Victoria’s noble visage. Made of multiple printouts of age-old black-and-white photographs found on the web, Lola Dupré’s work merges the aesthetic mindset of early twentieth century Dada with that of her own image-heavy time.”

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