Adam McEwen

Untitled , 2012

Mixed Media
95.87 x 48.03 Inches
243.5 x 122 cm
Graphite on aluminum panel
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About the artist

Adam McEwen

Adam McEwen (born 1965) is a British contemporary artist working across sculpture, painting, and installation work exploring the integral and dominating role mass media plays in daily life. A former obituary writer for The Daily Telegraph in London, McEwen is perhaps best-known for the obituaries he began producing of living celebrities that blur the line between history and fiction, including ones of Bill Clinton and Jeff Koons. He also gained notoriety for a series of paintings using chewing gum that reference the bombing of German cities during the Second World War. McEwen takes imagery of things familiar to viewers and distorts it, jolting them out of the usual experience and feelings towards those things into new and unexplored territories. He has shown his work internationally, his first solo exhibition in the United States, I Think I’m in Love, being in 2017 at the Aspen Art Museum. His work is included in private collections such as the Centre Pompidou; The Whitney Museum of American Art; The Guggenheim Museum; Foundation Louis Vuitton, Paris; The Sculpture Center, New York; and Jumex Collection, Mexico City, among others.

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