Molly Crabapple talk about Art Basel
Our pornbishop Molly Crabapple just wrote a great bunch of informative pop surrealist coverage of this year’s Art Basel. “...Pop surrealism (sometimes called Lowbrow or New Contemporary) is the stuff in the magazine Juxtapoz. It's the well-rendered, representational, pop culture inspired and exuberantly surreal art that started coming out of California fifteen years ago,” she writes. (via Juxtapoz.com)
“Well, pop-surrealism has been gradually gaining mainstream acceptance. Mark Ryden sold a painting for a million dollars. [shown] His Tokyo gallery exhibited one of his massive canvases at the convention center (oh holy of holies) this year.”
That’s all just the beginning of Molly’s new piece, so hit up jewcy.com and read the entire article, it’s very informative and chock-full of Basel pics too.