There are many types of art—photographs, film, and video—in the exhibition Spies in the House of Art. I found several of the works in this exhibition quite amusing and a little strange. I was particularly interested in The Monuments of Paris by Laura Larson because it looks at first glance like a conventional tourist photograph. When I looked closer, however, I realized that the couch in this photograph is the only real object; the background is a mural. This photograph was taken at Telfair Museums in Savannah, Georgia.
For fun, I decided to draw all of the objects in the photograph as if they were three-dimensional. I used colored markers to create the work below.