Selected Works

American artist, George Condo, began his artist career as an art assistant at Andy Warhol’s factory in the 1970s, only to later become a New York sensation during the 1980’s alongside friends, Keith Haring and Jean Michel Basquiat. Condo is known as the founder of “Artificial Realism” and “Psychological Cubism”, in which portraits are mixed with aspects of surrealism, abstract expressionism, and pop art. His works, which can be found at MoMa and leading international art galleries, are characterized largely by dramatically stylized, almost cartoonish, characters with exaggerated, often grotesque features such as protruding over or under bites, ghoulish expressions, and distorted eyes. George subsides in New York where continues to create paintings, sculptures and prints that are highly sought after and praised upon release.