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William Powhida

How To Try To Be OK With The Contemporary Art Market, 2014

Oil on canvas
56 × 42 in
142.2 × 106.7 cm
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New York, Roma
William Powhida
American, b. 1976
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Once described as an “artist-cartoonist-flamethrower” by New York Magazine’s art critic Jerry …

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Once described as an “artist-cartoonist-flamethrower” by New York Magazine’s art critic Jerry Saltz, William Powhida parodies the hypocrisies and vanities of the high-art establishment through his alter-ego, also known as William Powhida. “The art world,” he has said, “is already divided into unknowns, emerging, …

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William Powhida
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Once described as an “artist-cartoonist-flamethrower” by New York Magazine’s art critic Jerry …

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Once described as an “artist-cartoonist-flamethrower” by New York Magazine’s art critic Jerry Saltz, William Powhida parodies the hypocrisies and vanities of the high-art establishment through his alter-ego, also known as William Powhida. “The art world,” he has said, “is already divided into unknowns, emerging, …

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William Powhida

How To Try To Be OK With The Contemporary Art Market, 2014

Oil on canvas
56 × 42 in
142.2 × 106.7 cm
Sold
location
New York, Roma
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