David Wojnarowicks Death of American Spirituality acrylic and mixed media on plywood
David Salle His Brain oils, acrylic, and fabric on canvas
Christian Boltanski-works in memorials
began doodling on a massive numbered stack of paper
In art theory, formalism is the concept that a work's artistic value is entirely determined by its form--the way it is made, its purely visual aspects, and its medium. Formalism emphasizes compositional elements such as color, line, shape and texture rather than realism, context, and content.
Juan Quick To See Smith
Jean Michel Basquiat
Melting point of Ice Jean Michel Basquiat acrylic, oil, and silk screen on canvas
Untitled Film Stills Cindy Sherman Photography
Jeff Koons Pink Panther Porcelain Celebrates Commodity and the kitsch
Jenny Holzer made truisms
Matthew Barney the Cremaster Cycle
Thomas Kinkade, the king of kitsch and possibly the only artist as full of shit as Damien Hirst.
Damien Hirst The physical impossibility of death in the mind of someone living. Shark and formaldehyde in vitrine
Damien Hirst, For the love of God Diamonds and platinume