Thomas Woodruff

Thomas Woodruff is a self-proclaimed “neo-fabulist” artist who always works in series on large, complex imagistic projects. The book, THOMAS WOODRUFF’S FREAK PARADE (Hardy Marks Publications) won a 2007 AIGA award for best design, and Woodruff has contributed award winning illustrations to every major periodical in America, including a memorable back page series “Rock and […]

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A fine line between Art and Kitsch

One of the questions that has most bothered me in my reflections on culture is the question of kitsch. Just what is it? When did it begin? And why? In a famous essay that appeared in Partisan Review in 1939, the Marxist critic Clement Greenberg challenged the artistic milieu of his day with the stark […]

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