By: Adrienne Crew
He deserves to be known for more than wallpaper.
By: William Nericcio
A symphony of hard angles and rigid lines.
A world of allegory and stark juxtaposition.
By: Adam McGovern
His grand-scale pixels pull you close.
By: Mike Fleisch
Never before had images been so unsettlingly self-aware.
By: Marilyn Berlin Snell
His art was populated with talismanic objects.
By: Anthony Miller
Vicarious traveling to a made-up world.
“The Beguiling of Merlin” tells this painter’s own life story.
By: Alix Lambert
“Forget all the standard art forms.”
By: Peter Bebergal
Bordering on the grotesque, but also fragile.
By: Erik Davis
The most heavy metal of fin-de-siècle French artists.
By: Katie Hennessey
An almost aboriginal, somewhat psychedelic, particularly populist style.
This Mexico-based artist put the “sur” in surrealism.
By: Peggy Nelson
From 1958 to 1966 she worked on, and worked over, a single painting.
“Real painters do not paint things as they are.”