Painter Michael Bevilacqua mixes and mashes pop-culture and rock references, luxury logos (Prada, Gucci), abstract figurations (stripes, checks), and psychedelic colors into loopy landscapes that manage to convey both personal narrative and cultural statement. Is he cynically resigned or critically satirical? Take your pick.
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244 cm Private 72 inches 96 inches abstract Acrylic on canvas Acrylic on linen Astrup Fearnley Bevilacqua considers Busy Sunny Day canvas 60 catalogue cm Collection cm Neumann Family cm Private Collection color coloristic contem Contemporary Art Courtesy Galleri Faurschou curated Dakis Joannou Collection Danish Dawn Fades Denmark Courtesy Galleri everything figures freehand Gabba Hey graphic Happy Nightmare Baby High-Speed Gardening Humlebaek icons images Inside Looking Jessica Fredericks Gallery Kirkeby linen 48 linen 72 logos Louis Vuitton Louisiana Museum Matisse Matthew Marks Gallery Meghan Dailey MICHAEL BEVILACQUA INTERVIEWED Michael Juul Holm Mitchell-Innes & Nash Modern Art Murakami Museum of Art Museum of Modern Mystery Spot Neuberger Berman Foundation Neumann Family Collection painter painterly Pop Art postmodernism POUL ERIK T0JNER Pump House Gang purchased with funds QUICK BUT SLOW racing cars Ramones Rauschenberg sixties Somnambulist stress the diaristic style Surface to Air things Warhol York City