Cary Leibowitz ("Candy Ass"), ‘Mine Eyes Have Seen the Glory of Judy Garland at Carnegie Hall’, 2017, Fleisher/Ollman
Cary Leibowitz ("Candy Ass"), ‘Mine Eyes Have Seen the Glory of Judy Garland at Carnegie Hall’, 2017, Fleisher/Ollman
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Mine Eyes Have Seen the Glory of Judy Garland at Carnegie Hall, 2017

Collage (label-maker tape on found photograph)
10 × 8 in
25.4 × 20.3 cm
$500
location
Philadelphia
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Cary Leibowitz ("Candy Ass")
American, b. 1963
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Since his emergence in the 1990s (when he went by the moniker “Candy Ass”), Cary Leibowitz has …

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Since his emergence in the 1990s (when he went by the moniker “Candy Ass”), Cary Leibowitz has styled himself as a self-loathing, reluctant artist. Through this cleverly crafted persona, he critiques the pretentiousness of the art world and the commodification of art. He also foregrounds his gay and Jewish identity, …

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Cary Leibowitz ("Candy Ass"), ‘Mine Eyes Have Seen the Glory of Judy Garland at Carnegie Hall’, 2017, Fleisher/Ollman
Cary Leibowitz ("Candy Ass"), ‘Mine Eyes Have Seen the Glory of Judy Garland at Carnegie Hall’, 2017, Fleisher/Ollman
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Cary Leibowitz ("Candy Ass")
American, b. 1963
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Since his emergence in the 1990s (when he went by the moniker “Candy Ass”), Cary Leibowitz has …

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Since his emergence in the 1990s (when he went by the moniker “Candy Ass”), Cary Leibowitz has styled himself as a self-loathing, reluctant artist. Through this cleverly crafted persona, he critiques the pretentiousness of the art world and the commodification of art. He also foregrounds his gay and Jewish identity, …

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Mine Eyes Have Seen the Glory of Judy Garland at Carnegie Hall, 2017

Collage (label-maker tape on found photograph)
10 × 8 in
25.4 × 20.3 cm
$500
location
Philadelphia
Have a question? Read our FAQ.