With my art career now entering its fifth year, a large publically funded (hint, hint), gallery/museum is planning a major retrospective of my work for this summer. Tentatively titled, “After ARMAGEDDON – the rise of GNAY”, it will explore the popular artist’s transformation from broker to broke in no holds barred, tell it like it is expose. Obviously, an exhibition of this size and importance will include an audio tour. Rumour has it that Jeremy Irons and James Earl Jones are fighting for the opportunity to narrate this, “saga in art”, for free. The gallery’s curatorial staff have asked for some input from me, which I will provide with great delight, and share with you this week.


February 13, 2017

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