But while Dalí reimagined “Los Caprichos” in his personal style to produce his “Les Caprices de Goya” series, Lombardo takes another approach. The look of her own series of 80 prints, entitled “The Caprichos,” is stylistically similar to Goya’s, at least on first glance. Lombardo re-examines Goya’s moralizing messages through an entirely different lens. A lens that is, to be specific, queer and feminist, instead of the default, straight and male. Like Goya, who positioned himself as the critic of the world he lived in, Lombardo, too, explores contemporary issues in her own place and time: gender politics and commerce, the art world, consumerism, celebrity culture, the devastation of war. Appearing in her work are recognizable references to the Space Race, the Cold War, Miley Cyrus’ provocative performance at the 2013 MTV Video Music Awards, and Damien Hirst’s For the Love of God—the diamond skull sculpture that the British artist priced at $100 million in 2007.