Jason Dunda: A Twelve-Step Program for Iconoclasm

In his solo show "A Twelve-Step Program for Iconoclasm," Canadian-born painter Jason Dunda interrogates portraiture and the power structures at work to create icons. The paintings are rich and textured commentaries the role of iconoclasm today.
, 'Mike Daisey needs a bigger net,' 2016, FLXST Contemporary

Jason Dunda

Mike Daisey needs a bigger net, 2016

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, 'Untitled,' 2014-2019, FLXST Contemporary

Jason Dunda

Untitled, 2014-2019

FLXST Contemporary

$650

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, '"Untitled",' 2014-2019, FLXST Contemporary

Jason Dunda

"Untitled", 2014-2019

FLXST Contemporary

$650

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, 'Lothar Müthel in the role of Miss Teen USA,' 2016, FLXST Contemporary

Jason Dunda

Lothar Müthel in the role of Miss Teen USA, 2016

FLXST Contemporary

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, 'Vote for prisoner no. 9642,' 2016, FLXST Contemporary

Jason Dunda

Vote for prisoner no. 9642, 2016

FLXST Contemporary

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, 'Untitled,' 2014-2019, FLXST Contemporary

Jason Dunda

Untitled, 2014-2019

FLXST Contemporary

$650

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, 'Untitled,' 2014-2019, FLXST Contemporary

Jason Dunda

Untitled, 2014-2019

FLXST Contemporary

$650

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, 'Stephanie Flowers will be as quick as she can, as quick as it takes to kill somebody,' 2019, FLXST Contemporary

Jason Dunda

Stephanie Flowers will be as quick as she can, as quick as it takes to kill somebody, 2019

FLXST Contemporary

$1,200

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