Ten Year Survey
Since the early 1990s, Fred Tomaselli's work has critiqued utopias and dystopias, and has examined the sublime in suburban American culture. His colorful works are instantly recognizable due to his use of pharmaceuticals and illicit drugs to create his elaborate paintings. This survey of Tomaselli's career includes essays by the American novelist Rick Moody, author of The Ice Storm
and by Amy Cappellazzo, Visiting Curator at the Palm Beach ICA. Introduction by Michael Rush. Full color plates, 9 x 10.5 inches, 53 pages.