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“Concerning Vietnam” by Artist Matthew Brannon

Large-scale prints, sculptures and installation-based objects by New York-based artist Matthew Brannon. The result of years of research and formal experimentation, Brannon explores the psychological, political, and cultural impact of the Vietnam War. See more images from “Concerning Vietnam,” courtesy of David Kordansky Gallery in Los Angeles, on display until October 21.

 

Concerning Vietnam: Bell AH-1S Cobra, Pilot’s Seat

Photographed by: Lee Thompson

 

 

Concerning Vietnam: Bell UH-1D Iroquois, Cockpit

Photographed by: Lee Thompson

 

 

Concerning Vietnam: Air Force One, November 1963

Photographed by: Lee Thompson

 

 

Concerning Cambodia: Oval Office, April 1970

Photographed by: Lee Thompson

 

 

Concerning Vietnam: Presidential Palace, February 1967

Photographed by: Lee Thompson

 

 

Concerning Vietnam: White House Dining Room, March 1965

Photographed by: Lee Thompson

 

 

Short-Timer Calendar, Nude 1: Home

Photographed by: Lee Thompson

 

 

Short-Timer Calendar, Nude 1: 33 Days

Photographed by: Lee Thompson

 

 

Short-Timer Calendar, Nude 1: 63 Days

Photographed by: Lee Thompson

 

 

Photographed by: Brian Forrest

 

 

Are You Experienced?

Photographed by: Brian Forrest

 

 

Political Pressure / Political Vacuum

Photographed by: Brian Forrest

 

 

Photographed by: Brian Forrest

 

 

Matthew Brannon’s Website

Matthew Brannon on Instagram

Matthew Brannon at David Kordansky Gallery

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