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Raymond Pettibon

Raymond Pettibon: Pacific Ocean Pop

An exhibition of new drawings and collages by Raymond Pettibon is currently on view at Regen Projects. Pettibon is known for combining pen and ink figurations with hand-inscribed text and collage elements to create incisive works that probe the deeply embedded dualities of American culture. His work is influenced by comics, world history, American politics, and baseball, alongside film noir, literature, and surf culture, altogether merging into a lyrical rapture of high and low. His work shows technical and linguistic mastery. Familiar characters and motifs, such as Gummy and his horse, Pokey, Batman and Superman, Hollywood actors, and baseball players appear throughout the exhibition.

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