Vincent van Gogh , ‘The Postman Joseph Roulin,’ 1888, Rijksmuseum Kroeller-Mueller, Otterlo
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Salvador Dalí, ‘Mae West’s Face which May be Used as a Surrealist Apartment,’ 1934-35, Art Institute of Chicago
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Paul Jenkins , ‘Untitled,’ at Heather James Fine Art
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Robert Rauschenberg , ‘Able Was I Ere I Saw Elba II (Japanese Recreational Claywork),’ 1985, Robert Rauschenberg Foundation
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James Montford, ‘Black Tonto,’ 2014, at Yellow Peril Gallery
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“Art should comfort the disturbed and disturb the comfortable.”—Banksy
“I chose to camouflage my body into the environment because this way, people will pay more attention to the background’s social property, and the meaning of my body disappeared in this environment as an individual.”—Liu Bolin
“Creativity is how we cope with creation. While creation sometimes seems a bit un-graspable, or even pointless, creativity is always meaningful.”—Vik Muniz
“I tend to turn everything into a battle against the world. Eventually, it comes back to the one thing that’s bugging me at the moment. I relate to people like the fisherman and the bum because they can’t get out of their trash pack, no matter what happens.”—George Condo
“My art originates from hallucinations only I can see. I translate the hallucinations and obsessional images that plague me into sculptures and paintings.”—Yayoi Kusama