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Two, 2012, Acrylic and oil on canvas, 195 x 215 cm
Two, 2012, Acrylic and oil on canvas, 195 x 215 cm, Courtesy of Green Art Gallery, Dubai This work was part of my recent solo exhibition entitled “King Give Us Soldiers” ( This work and series, draws from original images taken in the early 20th Century, specifically from Nazi Propaganda which was popularly circulated across Eastern Europe.
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"Planning" 12 " x 9 " 2012, Graphite and watercolor on paper. From the series "Everyday Balaclava" Like my earlier drawing series, “My performance Anxiety” this drawing series pays homage to my feminist heroines, at the same time that it laments my personal inadequacies (not being as brave as the women I draw).
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Backyard Breeze  
oil on canvas  
84 x 8
Backyard Breeze 2012 oil on canvas 84 x 84 in
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Sister Ship 
Ink, watercolor, collage, and hand c
Sister Ship Ink, watercolor, collage, and hand cut paper 72" h x 60" w 2013 The title for this piece was inspired by Tomas Tranströmer's poem The Blue House. It is on view in the solo exhibition "Intimate Immensity" at the San Jose Institute of Contemporary Art in San Jose, California from February 23 - May 18, 2013.
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PAYS/SCOPE (2012), Metallic structure, cement foun
PAYS/SCOPE (2012), Metallic structure, cement foundations, mirror, 180 x 580 x 180 cm. Photograph by Atelier Miguel Palma Pays/scope was a piece commissioned for Marseille Provence 2013 - European Capital of Culture. It consists of a tower, around 20 feet high, with a circular rotating mirror on top. This orange-coated tower is first going to be exhibited at Mont Saint-Victoire, where I have my studio, and will be observed by a very potent telescope, pointed at the mirror. One is going to be able to observe the landscape all around as if one were at the place where the tower is. Unlike Cézanne, I can be inspired by the mountain, even without leaving my working space. It resembles a web-cam, positioned in a place with a very nice view, only less digital and much more complex, manual and beautiful to operate!
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Urfather Washington, Polychrome carved basswood, 7
Urfather Washington, Polychrome carved basswood, 74" x 55" x 3", 2012 Urfather Washington is one of five sculptural portraits of the Founding Fathers as seen through the mystification and mythification of history. The Urfathers denatured forms reflect the irrational dogma at play in recasting the Founders as gun-toting, bible-thumping, xenophobic, anti-intellectuals. The work was displayed in Las Vegas
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Nyado: The Thing Around Her Neck, 2011. 
Nyado: The Thing Around Her Neck, 2011. Charcoal, acrylic, colored pencil, lace, collage and Xerox transfers on paper. 7 ft x 7 ft
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"Red & Green", 2012, Oil on Panel, 24 x 18". This painting references prison tattoos, fun party make-up, Dutch Golden Age portraiture, and hot fashion. From the "Fever Dream" solo exhibition, November 2012 at Copro Gallery, LA. Image courtesy of the artist.
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Closing Parade (Shanghai Expo 2010, Shanghai, 2010
Closing Parade (Shanghai Expo 2010, Shanghai, 2010) Lambda print on acrylic, oak frame 107.3 x 132.3 x 4.6 cm Edition 1/1 + 1 EA 2010 Courtesy Galerie Christian Nagel, Berlin Exhibition info: “Afterimages”, February 7 – April 21 2013, STAM City Museum / Ghent / Belgium The solo-exhibition “Afterimages” at the STAM City Museum in Ghent showed 40 photographs of former Expo sites. I photographed the architectural remains of World’s Fairs and the sites on which they were built, often revealing an ironic contrast between the grand futuristic ideals of the time and the urban reality of the modern world. This exhibition was the (extended) Belgian venue of “The Future of Yesterday” that was on view at the Nelson-Atkins Museum of Art in 2012.
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