By: Anthony Miller
Ephemeral, corporeal, sacramental art.
By: Jerrold Freitag
Hitler’s most hated artist.
By: Gary Panter
Catastrophic collage boxes and birdcages.
By: Jacob Mikanowski
Abstract shapes in black and red collide in empty space.
By: William Nericcio
His murals transform, and transform you, as you stroll past them.
She designed several famous monsters of filmland!
A world of seedy, jazzy, criminal, sexed-up human monsters.
Her feats of transubstantiation were mesmerizing.
Optically giving, mind-teasing, unabashedly beautiful paintings.
By: Adam McGovern
He painted the portrait of everything our eyes always miss.
By: Robert Wringham
Cult genius or filthy weirdo? Duh. He’s both.
A synthesis of word, image, art, and revolution.
“My fate lies not in the stars, but in a star: myself.”
By: Devin McKinney
He painted bizarre bone structure and fetal eyeballs.
By: Franklin Bruno
A slim, reticent oeuvre.