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Appropriately, given its raw materials, trash art–photographs of terrifyingly beautiful landfills, sculptures made of reclaimed rubbish, hyperrealist paintings of the lush, mashed together landscape of dumps–never gets old. Its readily available metaphors show no signs of decomposing, suggesting that the true nature of our society is conveyed more succinctly by our trash heaps than our museums. Here, five artists including scrap metal connecter Al Wadzinski and refuse ritual photographer Stephen Mallon, take another look at the stuff we didn’t want to see again.


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