Nathan Cash Davidson, “Enticing Spiritualistic Device,” 2009.
Oil on canvas, 153 x 122 cm (60¼ x 48 in).*
foundation for contemporary art
8 December 2010 – 13 February 2011
An artist and lyricist with a uniquely compelling visual language, Cash Davidson’s paintings feature such diverse figures as King Henry VIII, Eliza Bennett and Ali G. Historical and popular cultural characters and the artist’s own family members meet animated gargoyles and mournful mythological creatures in otherworldly forests, cathedrals, desert islands and council estates; boldly rendered in swirling and often vibrant colours.
// From our friends at E-Flux