David Humphrey, ‘LIES III (Framed with David McKee Gallery Label)’, 1986, Alpha 137 Gallery
David Humphrey, ‘LIES III (Framed with David McKee Gallery Label)’, 1986, Alpha 137 Gallery
David Humphrey, ‘LIES III (Framed with David McKee Gallery Label)’, 1986, Alpha 137 Gallery
David Humphrey, ‘LIES III (Framed with David McKee Gallery Label)’, 1986, Alpha 137 Gallery

Measurements:
29 1/2 x 21 in. (sheet), 32 x 24 in. (frame).
Framed with David McKee Gallery label on the verso.
Provenane: Estate of Collector and Philanthropist Alexander Bing III

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About David Humphrey

Though his paintings, works on paper, and sculptures defy categorization, David Humphrey emerged as an artist in the late 1970s along with Postmodernism, an approach that continues to inform his heterogeneous compositions, visual pastiches that, in his words, “erase the breaks” between divergent styles. As he explains: “I suppose that the dynamic of relationship—the psychology of bonding, lovemaking, attachment, and so on—has kept me interested for a long time. I come back to it as a way to thicken the grammar of picture making.” In his paintings, this grammar includes gestural abstraction, cartoonish figuration, Pop Art, Surrealism, and Expressionism. His vibrant compositions feature human figures, narrative vignettes, animals, and objects interwoven into abstract passages. They read as sexually and psychologically charged dreamscapes, through which Humphrey breaks down boundaries to explore our relationships with each other and the world.

American, b. 1955, based in New York, New York