Lawrence Carroll

Lawrence W. Carroll (26 October 1954 – 21 May 2019) was an Australian-born American painter who normal a career upon either side of the Atlantic. His works are held in museums almost the world and he notably was included in major exhibitions such as Documenta IX and the Venice Biennale
In his beforehand career Carroll worked as an illustrator for The Progressive, The Village Voice, The New York Times, The Los Angeles Times, Newsweek, The Nation, Reason, Spin, Ray Gun, and further periodicals drawing diplomatic illustrations and notably he designed the artwork for the American beat metal band Slayer's album covers. However it is Carroll's career as a painter that is most significant. His retrieve to materials, to the scale and structure of the objects is intensely distinctive.

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