Photos by G. Art by John Wesley.
“May I Cut In? Important Paintings from the Early ’70s” by American artist John Wesley is his 63rd solo exhibit! Taking place at the Fredericks and Freiser Gallery in New York, this show focuses on the pop artist’s most important works from the 1970s, many of which have not been seen since then! His work is thought-provoking and perverse and a common theme that runs through the entire body of his work is the ever-present notion of intimacy never being fulfilled.
See two more images from “May I Cut In?” by John Wesley after the jump. Just so you know, those images are NSFCMP (not safe for closed minded people), so be warned! “May I Cut In? Important Paintings from the Early 70’s” by John Wesley is showing at the Fredericks and Freiser Gallery in New York at 536 West 24th Street from now until June 12, 2010. Don’t miss it!