- DIRTY MAGAZINE | SAUL CHERNICK: a Whimsical Narrative – When you look at a Dürer print or a Breugel drawing, they're packed with visual information, teeming with it, bubbling over with it–it's everything and the kitchen sink. They're dense. They're complex. Most of all they're compressed, they force you to do a lot of work to untangle them. They reward looking as much as they reward thinking. This is where my interest in the past started. The more I look, the more questions I have, the more curious I become.
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