Tucson, Arizona artist and professor Lawrence Gipe has one-upped Prince.
In a show ending this month at the Tucson Museum of Art, he “re-contextualized” a brochure cover by Rosemount Copper, company propaganda widely circulated in Tucson extolling the green virtues of destroying nature.
|"Rosemount Copper Girl, 2011" by Lawrence Gipe, oil on panel, 60 x 48 cm|
|Painting by Lawrence Gipe at Hespe Gallery, San Francisco|
"Miroma´s Majesty," photograph by Stefan van Drake (2008)