Martin Mull by Martin Mull
Paintings, Drawings, and Words

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Stated First Edition - full number line. Clean unmarked copy. DJ has mild shelf/edge wear from normal handling. Not price clipped, not a remainder. Satisfaction guaranteed!
 

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Published May 15, 1995 by Journey Editions. 126 pages
Genres: History, Arts & Photography. Non-fiction

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In Milkman in Heaven, Drunkard's Dream, Alien, Christmas Eve, The Piano Lesson and other works, he sets up a cross-fertilizing dialogue among a few disparate objects at once familiar and strangely dislocated, viewed against largely blank backgrounds suffused with colored lights and shadowed surfa...

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Huffington Post

1966, Acrylic on wood laminate, 40½ x 162 x 88 inches WHAT: Stuart Davis George Sugarman Washburn Gallery Through Dec. 18 HAIKU REVIEW: Stuart Davis and George Sugarman may have been a generation apart, but they were spiritual coevals.

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Notice the display of white people's most popular meals, featuring macaroni and cheese, grilled cheese sandwiches, tuna noodle casserole and Cheez-It crackers.

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Several works on paper and on linen fit this description: “The New Refrigerator,” “Sleeper” and “Apologist.” Mull seems to be heading more and more toward this kind of singular, charged image, rather than relying on the sparks generated by discontinuous pastiche.

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