Evocative of the world’s deadly or quotidian violence, Jacques Monory’s blue (and sometimes pink) paintings have, for the past 40 years, been combining an exact reproduction of reality—namely through traditional, stereotypical images of American life—with all sorts of dreamlike fantasies. This collision creates a feeling of undeniable malaise, a sense of the end of the world, as if things, and...
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