His Pseudodocumentation series of large scale photographs combines aspects of drawing, painting, sculpture, installation and photography into a unique art form that brings post-studio concepts full circle.
A recipient of the City of Los Angeles (COLA) Individual Artist Fellowship, he currently lives in Altadena, just north of Los Angeles, where he is inspired by the nearby forests of the San Gabriel Mountains.
Works by David DiMichele are part of the Hudson Bay Company Global Art Collection, New York.
The journey to discover one’s vision as an artist can be a long road. There are many paths that lead one to a specific moment when all of the tendrils of thought and feeling coalesce into a clear idea: an idea that allows one to move freely, both focused and open: a space where one’s vision can grow and develop into a new language.
David DiMichele is an artist who has worked in many forms and has found a way to meld them into a fascinating synthesis of sculpture, painting, installation, architecture and photography. They exist in a conceptual space that is both psychologically compelling and express a poetic love affair with art history.
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