American 20th-21st Century Building Interiors Painting

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(above: George Biddle, Tenement (mural study, Department of Justice Building, Washington, D. C.), tempera on fiberboard, 40 12 x 31 12 inches, Smithsonian American Art Museum. Public domain, via Wikimedia Commons*)

 

Marc Trujillo: American Purgatory is a 2017 exhibit at the Halsey Gallery, College of Charleston which says: "The paintings of Marc Trujillo portray quotidian scenes: fast food restaurants, big box store aisles, the long terminal corridors of airports, and so on. The scenes are remarkably unremarkable. In their ubiquitous nature, the paintings present an anti-place: scenes that refer not to a specific place, but to uncannily similar tableaus that unfold everyday in communities across America. Also see artist's website.  Accessed 9/17

 

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