Utah (2007)
Prince (2006)
We Come in Peace, 2005
Onion No. 3, 2005
Contortion, 2010
Abandoned Hangar Colorado, 2011
Boat Song, Vietnam, 2009
Jordan, 2008
Paris, 2006
Aswan, 2009
Worker, 2011
Karnak, 2009
Not Kelly Green, 2011
Self-Portrait
Empire State, 2006
Petra (Jordan 2007)
Miami, 2012
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Christopher Makos and Paul Solberg, yes, they are, and this image is not in New York or in Madrid, but in Bolsena,in the Palace of a Viscount, that is so spectacular, it cannot be described.

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The catalogue of the first museum solo show of the art duo, the Hilton Brothers. This work features the catalog of the exhibition 'Mistaken Identity' by The Hilton Brothers (Christopher Makos and Paul Solberg). The Hilton Brothers artistic duo emerged as a result of a series of collaborations between the two artists. While travelling a few years ago, they realized that they were interested in the same themes and, and decided to photograph the same things. The idea of identity - who took which photo and why was the difference discernible - led them to begin a series of diptychs in which they would photograph two objects separately but then put them together in the same print. This marked the beginning of their exploration of other collaborative projects. The Brother's photographs reveal a naive perspective diffused by a certain contemporary cynicism. Captured on their travels around the world, their images are the outcome of subdivisions and reconstructions in which the different locations of places are merely panels of aesthetic snippets combined to produce works which form an intrinsic part of their philosophy of life, taste and American culture....