Cedar Lewisohn is an artist, writer and curator. He often takes disparate fragments from the history of art and unifies them through renderings in his own visual language. He is increasingly interested in “meta-modernism” or the idea that Post-Modernism has finished and we have entered a new cultural moment.
His new book “A Union of Voices” further explores these ideas. The book includes Cedar’s drawings and a short story, which are a result of a bizarre juxtaposition of history and his imagination. Cedar calls this “Cultural cannibalism”, which signifies the appropriation of images while one remains central to this process. Cedar created this work with some help by Anton Stuckardt.
For more information on the book visit: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=309fl4uihOU
To view Cedar’s participation in the “Cult of the Concrete” visit: http://www.joeyramone.nl/