His best-known work is his Portrait of China series, very large Warhol-style oil portraits in a red/turquoise palette, of Chinese fashion model faces with vacant diverging eyes.
His early paintings were inspired by 1930s Shanghai posters.
His more recent work is based on the red and green of tradi
Francine Spiegel makes large portraits in acrylic of the monstrous feminine. Her soupy, sloppy women protrude from and are engulfed by pop slime piles. Rapper’s girlfriends, socialites, and pin-up girls are all thrown into the stew of mylar, goo, glitter, and chewing gum. Their glammy/gory juxtapos
Known for his ethereal landscapes of fleshy fungi and bushy bombshells, Matt Greene explores his favorite shelves in the library: horticulture, vintage pornography, horror films, fairy tales, 19th Century Symbolist art, and of course the history of Modernism. These disparate interests—and the weigh