I Went To The Guggenheim and All I Brought Back was Gnostic Insanity

I just returned from New York after a couple days in the city that should go to sleep. A warm Saturday afternoon in New York stepping off the E train eager to take a stroll through the park with my family. Crossing the street to look at a map and immediately accosted by a thin thug pushing a… Read More I Went To The Guggenheim and All I Brought Back was Gnostic Insanity

Google Translated Interview of Upcoming Exhibition in Moscow

Here is an interview from a Russian news source translated magically by the Google machine about Moscow exhibition inspired and produced by these three intrepid painters: A link to the actual article. And the translation, not too good, but covering the gist: On February 18, a Moscow library opens a group exhibition of Russian artists, “State Power… Read More Google Translated Interview of Upcoming Exhibition in Moscow

Esteemed Painters Stepanov and Makarov Travel To St. Petersburg While I Go All George Grosz Inside

I recall a story of about George Grosz leaving the Great War emancipated from humanity, years later dressing up as a rich dandy, strolling about Paris openly hostile to governments of all shapes and sizes. The small-minded, fat cat leaders, coddled by the cowardice, fear, and knee-jerk, boring reaction of military weak men, humiliated, starved… Read More Esteemed Painters Stepanov and Makarov Travel To St. Petersburg While I Go All George Grosz Inside

I Know Who My Favorite Living Painters Are

Here is the poster for two upcoming exhibitions. The translation below for the Moscow show is very rough. I have done my best with the help of Mr. Google, who speaks rudimentary Russian. Disclaimer: I did not participate outdoors with these intrepid painters of marvelousness. I painted one image of the Russian White House from my… Read More I Know Who My Favorite Living Painters Are