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With a special focus on the balance between figuration and abstraction, Carroll Dunham’s works include a mix of Pop Art, Surrealism, Neo-Expressionism, and Abstract Expressionism. The present work features a twisted take on two cartoonish characters, presenting them in a sexually suggestive context. This colorfully energetic depiction allows the viewer into a strangely intimate moment between the two humanoid figures.
Published by Universal Limited Art Editions, New York
The Museum of Modern Art, New York
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Carroll Dunham (American, b. 1949) is best known for his conceptual approach to painting and drawing. Exploring the relationship between abstraction and figuration, his works remain hard to categorize, branching into surrealism, graffiti, and even pop cartoons. He has exhibited at Galerie Eva Presenhuber, Gladstone Gallery, and Blum & Poe, and won the Skowhegan Medal for Distinction in Painting in 2004.