“Untitled 17,” by E.V. Day & Kembra Pfahler. Courtesy the artists and The Hole.

Reblogged from Let My People Show.

Monet’s gardens at Giverny, the spectacular sculpted landscape that pioneered the use of flora as medium, keeps itself contemporary by having artists to live and work on its grounds. Which is how E.V. Day, blower-up of dresses and flowers, found herself in residence at the Impressionist’s famous estate. In those iconic gardens, amidst wisteria, weeping willows, and water lilies, immersed in the chromatic explosions and felicitous symmetries so carefully planned by Monet, Day’s thoughts turned to her friend and fellow artist Kembra Pfahler.

Click here to continue reading more from Let My people Show about E.V. Day and Pfahler, the lead singer of the death-rock band The Voluptuous Horror of Karen Black.

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