Contemporary visual artist George Condo (American, b. 1957) has described his work as “psychological cubism” or “artificial realism.” Reminiscent of de Kooning and Picasso, his paintings, drawings, and sculptures explore human nature and the madness of everyday life using stylized, cartoonish figures. Boasting features that often verge on the grotesque and absurd, his oeuvre remains humorous, empathetic, and critical. His rich pictorial inventions have been exhibited at The Phillips Collection, Washington D.C; the New Museum, New York; and the 2019 Venice Biennale. They also reside within the public collections of MoMA, the Centre Georges Pompidou, Tate Modern, Museo Jumex, and other international institutions.
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