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Agent Orange, 1983

Acrylic, graphite, ink and mixed media on canvas
91 × 128 in
231.1 × 325.1 cm
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Hosfelt Gallery
San Francisco
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Defined and unified by a visual vocabulary of repeating motifs combined with cunning word play, …

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Defined and unified by a visual vocabulary of repeating motifs combined with cunning word play, William T. Wiley’s is an open-ended investigation into the moral issues of the global citizen. He masterfully assembles found objects and common materials upon which he inscribes enigmatic malapropisms, puns and double …

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William T. Wiley
American, b. 1937
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New York Times art critic Ken Johnson once said of William T. Wiley that “you might think he’d been …

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New York Times art critic Ken Johnson once said of William T. Wiley that “you might think he’d been invented by Thomas Pynchon.” Wiley was one of the founding fathers of West Coast Funk Art, alongside Robert Arneson, Roy Robert Hudson, and Roy DeForest. He rose to prominence in the 1970s with his offbeat …

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Defined and unified by a visual vocabulary of repeating motifs combined with cunning word play, …

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Defined and unified by a visual vocabulary of repeating motifs combined with cunning word play, William T. Wiley’s is an open-ended investigation into the moral issues of the global citizen. He masterfully assembles found objects and common materials upon which he inscribes enigmatic malapropisms, puns and double …

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William T. Wiley
American, b. 1937
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New York Times art critic Ken Johnson once said of William T. Wiley that “you might think he’d been …

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New York Times art critic Ken Johnson once said of William T. Wiley that “you might think he’d been invented by Thomas Pynchon.” Wiley was one of the founding fathers of West Coast Funk Art, alongside Robert Arneson, Roy Robert Hudson, and Roy DeForest. He rose to prominence in the 1970s with his offbeat …

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Agent Orange, 1983

Acrylic, graphite, ink and mixed media on canvas
91 × 128 in
231.1 × 325.1 cm
This is a unique work.
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location
San Francisco
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