Coen Young

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Mikala Dwyer and Coen Young named 2015 Redlands Konika Minolta Art Prize winners. Pictured: Coen Young, Study for a mirror Study for a mirror 2 Vogue Living, Contemporary Art, Palette, Sculpture, Visual Arts, Reflection, Pictures, Study, Painting

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Mikala Dwyer and Coen Young named 2015 Redlands Konika Minolta Art Prize winners. Pictured: Coen Young, Study for a mirror 1, Study for a mirror 2 (2015).

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Coen Young, exhibition installation, works: gesso, marble dust, enamel & silver nitrate on cotton rag paper Artist Project, Thing 1, Daguerreotype, December 2014, Tapestry, Abstract, Projects, Painting, Outdoor

COEN YOUNG: ALL YOUR INFLUENCES. William Wright Artist Projects December 2014

http://williamwrightartists.com.au/index-1/#/coen-young/ In 1839 on the announcement of the daguerreotype process, largely considered to be the birth of photography, Louis-Jacques-Mandé Daguerre wrote a broadsheet announcing the invention. Part of it reads as follows: “The daguerreotype is not an

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Coen Young

In 1839 on the announcement of the daguerreotype process, largely considered to be the birth of photography, Louis-Jacques-Mandé Daguerre wrote a broadsheet announcing the invention. Part of it reads as follows: “The daguerreotype is not an instrument to be used to draw nature, but a chemical and physical process which gives her [nature] the ability to reproduce herself” implying an ontological connection between nature and image.[1] When exposed to light the daguerreotype copper…

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Coen Young

In 1839 on the announcement of the daguerreotype process, largely considered to be the birth of photography, Louis-Jacques-Mandé Daguerre wrote a broadsheet announcing the invention. Part of it reads as follows: “The daguerreotype is not an instrument to be used to draw nature, but a chemical and physical process which gives her [nature] the ability to reproduce herself” implying an ontological connection between nature and image.[1] When exposed to light the daguerreotype copper…