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ROBBIE CONAL 'Cabinet of Horrors' 1st Edition Book/Catalog
ROBBIE CONAL 'Cabinet of Horrors' 1st Edition Book/Catalog
ROBBIE CONAL 'Cabinet of Horrors' 1st Edition Book/Catalog
ROBBIE CONAL 'Cabinet of Horrors' 1st Edition Book/Catalog
ROBBIE CONAL 'Cabinet of Horrors' 1st Edition Book/Catalog
ROBBIE CONAL 'Cabinet of Horrors' 1st Edition Book/Catalog
ROBBIE CONAL 'Cabinet of Horrors' 1st Edition Book/Catalog
ROBBIE CONAL 'Cabinet of Horrors' 1st Edition Book/Catalog

ROBBIE CONAL 'Cabinet of Horrors' 1st Edition Book/Catalog

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'Cabinet of Horrors' by Robbie Conal, 2020
1st Edition book/catalog from the artist's show in 2018 at Track 16 Gallery.
8 x 10.75 x 0.5 Inches
40-page softcover catalog/book, with foreword by L.A. Weekly Art Critic Shana Nys Dambrot, featuring the artist's satirical works on President Trump and his administration.
Limited Edition (Sold Out).
*Note: A portion of every catalog sold will go to FairFight2020, Stacey Abram's non-profit voter registration organization.

ABOUT THE BOOK

Track 16 will present Robbie Conal’s 'Cabinet of Horrors' in a series of satirical portraits of President Donald Trump, members of his cabinet, and inner circle – painted in Conal’s signature black and white style, each with a blazon of biting text.
Almost two dozen of these scathing paintings will be exhibited with plenty of Trump gold and other pompous decor. The cast of characters depicted will include Trump himself, making an appearance in the Hammer and Pickle painting, a piece that has been printed and wheat pasted on utility boxes and walls from D.C. to DTLA. Other subjects will be official cabinet members, like Secretary of Education Betsy DeVos, and Trump’s most trusted advisors, like Rudy Giuliani. 

Conal is one of the most cutting political commentators of our time. During many pivotal events of history, whether it be the Iran-Contra affair, the Lewinsky scandal, or Bush’s Iraq War, Conal expressed his dissent through spates of artworks that are printed and plastered across America, but no series has ever mushroomed so relentlessly as the Cabinet of Horrors.