American 20th-21st Century Figurative Painting - Fantasy

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Dana Schutz is a 2017 exhibit at the Institute of Contemporary Art, Boston which says: "Her large-scale paintings capture imaginary stories, hypothetical situations, and impossible physical feats, such as swimming while smoking and crying. Schutz's paintings combine abstraction and figuration with expressive imagination, fragmented bodies, banal objects, and quotidian scenes to create oddly compelling and intriguing pictures." Also see entry at Wikipedia  Accessed 9/17

Dynamic Duos: Power and Form is a 2017 exhibit at the Foundry Gallery which says: "Guest artists Ric Garcia and Fierce Sonia populate their images with iconic superheroes, princesses, damsels in distress and empowered queens, all portrayed in contemporary and re-imagined ways. Their collective vision explores new narratives about struggle, power, and heroism." Also see Ric Garcia's website and Fierce Sonia's website.  Accessed 9/17


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