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Run #354jj

Haunted Paradise - w/ Die-Cut Slipcase

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TYPE:Hardcover Book w/ Die-cut Slip Case
SIZE:10x12
RELEASE DATE:   Nov 30 2012
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Glenn Barr Archives
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Hardbound. Co-published with La Luz de Jesus. This SOLD OUT special edition is packaged in a die-cut slipcase. Working out of the burgeoning lowbrow movement in Detroit, Barr creates kinky inner sanctums adorned with disembodied cherubs, morally bankrupt babes, and sizzling femme fatales. Hardbound. Co-published with La Luz de Jesus. This special edition is packaged in a die-cut slipcase.

HAUNTED PARADISE: Hardcover, 161 pgs, Introduction and essays by Carlo McCormick, J.J. Marcucci, and Jerry Vile. Published by La Luz De Jesus Press in conjunction with Last Gasp of San Francisco and Billy Shire Fine Arts

All Orders will ship by Dec. 14th. Domestic orders should arrive before the holidays, however international orders may arrive a bit later.

This book comes signed by Glenn Barr.

Glenn Barr
Detroit, Michigan
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Glenn Barr's surreal creatures, specters and tragic characters live in a seedy universe, drenched in the grit and haze of a post-apocalyptic urban dreamscape. His Detroit work has been labeled Pop Surrealism, Pop Pluralism, Lowbrow, Regional, Outsider, Ashcan or as he coins the phrase “B Cultural-ism”. Barr finds inspiration in the city streets as well as from pop and counter cultures that infuse a familiarity in his many parallel realities. With a nod to old master painting, pulp art, and cartooning, Barr's paintings are mesmerizing in their narrative complexities and technical depth.

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