Camille Rose Garcia, ‘Black Falcon Attack’, 2006, Mixed Media, Acrylic and Gold Mica on Paper, Jonathan LeVine Projects
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Camille Rose Garcia

Black Falcon Attack, 2006

Acrylic and Gold Mica on Paper
23 × 30 in
58.4 × 76.2 cm
.
$12,000
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Camille Rose Garcia
American, b. 1970
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Drawing from an eclectic range of influences—including science fiction author Philip K. Dick, Beat writer William S. Burroughs, Walt Disney, outsider artist Henry Darger, and politically aware bands like The Clash and the Dead Kennedys—Camille Rose Garcia makes visually engaging work with political messages. In her psychedelic, eye-popping paintings, detailed drawings, toys, and books she combines recognizable cartoon images and pop cultural references. She strives for both visual pleasure and trenchant social criticism in her work. As she explains, “I think I have always approached art making in the same way as a lot of my favorite bands. Bands like The Clash and the Dead Kennedys make this really rad music, that in some cases sounds really fun, but still has a social commentary.”

Camille Rose Garcia, ‘Black Falcon Attack’, 2006, Mixed Media, Acrylic and Gold Mica on Paper, Jonathan LeVine Projects
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Camille Rose Garcia
American, b. 1970
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Drawing from an eclectic range of influences—including science fiction author Philip K. Dick, Beat writer William S. Burroughs, Walt Disney, outsider artist Henry Darger, and politically aware bands like The Clash and the Dead Kennedys—Camille Rose Garcia makes visually engaging work with political messages. In her psychedelic, eye-popping paintings, detailed drawings, toys, and books she combines recognizable cartoon images and pop cultural references. She strives for both visual pleasure and trenchant social criticism in her work. As she explains, “I think I have always approached art making in the same way as a lot of my favorite bands. Bands like The Clash and the Dead Kennedys make this really rad music, that in some cases sounds really fun, but still has a social commentary.”

Camille Rose Garcia

Black Falcon Attack, 2006

Acrylic and Gold Mica on Paper
23 × 30 in
58.4 × 76.2 cm
.
$12,000
Have a question? Visit our help center.
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