Texan artist Robert Yarber is renowned for his dizzying large-scale paintings of figures flying in the night sky above glittering megacities. His extraordinary hallucinatory style has been credited as the inspiration for Terry Gilliam's "Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas" and has earned him global acclaim. Combining the influence of ancient pre-Columbian cultures and Mexican art with modern-day schlock horror and comic-strip grotesque, Yarber's work, at once disturbing and comedic, trashy and mythical, embodies an eternal contemporaneity.

Solo Exhibition