Artist questions the American Dream
No icon of the US is safe from a going over by Veca, in fact we’re sure some of the less flattering re-imaginings here would spark a riot, or a patriotic protest at least, in some of the more ‘traditional’ states.
Luckily, it’s New York and the Cristin Tierney Gallery that is hosting the work, which started life in 2009 from a growing belief that America is, quite frankly, in all sorts of trouble.
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