Artsuite - Anthony Goicolea - Red Ear - Photography - Edition 2 of 6 - 16"x21" - Goicolea’s work is not intentionally or overtly political. It is a reaction to changing dialogues around ethnicity, sexuality and religion. Growing up as a Catholic gay boy in the South heightened his awareness of social constructs and identity politics which informs his work.

ANTHONY GOICOLEA

 

Photography | 2019 | Limited Edition 2 of 6

  

Goicolea’s work is not intentionally or overtly political. It is a visceral reaction to changing dialogues around ethnicity, sexuality and religion. Growing up as a Cuban, Catholic, gay boy in the Deep South in the early 70’s, heightened his awareness of social constructs and the changing nature of identity politics—a theme that continually informs his work.

 

Size

16 x 21 inches - Unframed

 

Materials

C-Print Mounted on Di-bond

 

Authenticity

Hand signed by the artist

Red Ear

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ANTHONY GOICOLEA

 

Photography | 2019 | Limited Edition 2 of 6

  

Goicolea’s work is not intentionally or overtly political. It is a visceral reaction to changing dialogues around ethnicity, sexuality and religion. Growing up as a Cuban, Catholic, gay boy in the Deep South in the early 70’s, heightened his awareness of social constructs and the changing nature of identity politics—a theme that continually informs his work.

 

Size

16 x 21 inches - Unframed

 

Materials

C-Print Mounted on Di-bond

 

Authenticity

Hand signed by the artist

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Anthony Goicolea

New York, NY
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Originally from Marietta, Georgia, multi-disciplinary artist Anthony Goicolea describes his childhood growing up as “a gay Cuban Catholic boy in the South in the 70s” as “uniquely challenging.” As a talented art school grad who moved to New York in the 90s, he challenged himself to reimagine themes and scenes from that childhood, via large-format photographs of elaborately staged scenarios peopled with multiple self-portraits. Having to...