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Maxwell N. Burnstein: Death of an Icon





 Maxwell N. Burnstein: Death of an Icon:


Death of an icon is a collaged commentary on the construct of celebrity culture and the result of fame on Hollywood, Los Angeles. Artist Maxwell N. Burnstein collages icons of the silver screen against landscape photography of eroding Los Angeles to disrupt the illusions of fame.






Reacting to the proliferation of digital collage art that has engulfed social media, Canadian artist, Maxwell N. Burnstein’s works evoke the tactile and genuine quality of handmade art being lost in this contemporary age.






Maxwell Burnstein’s expression through his various collages is combination of fashion and art that is truly unique and engaging in a highly current way.



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