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On MAY 11, 2013 internationally known “Pop” artist, Bill Schenck will have his first Solo show in Los Angeles in over two decades at Maxwell Alexander Gallery, Culver City CA. Bill Schenck has been known internationally for the past 43 years as one of the originators of the contemporary “Pop” western movement and an American painter who incorporates techniques from Photo-Realism with a Pop Art sensibility to both exalt and poke fun at images of the West.
Schenck, a Warhol contemporary and former employee in Warhol’s Factory, is bringing his unique style of captioned “Paint-by-Number System” iconic paintings to the home of the movies he has idolized his whole life, Culver City Los Angeles.
Western Dialogue” a solo exhibition by Schenck, is a culmination of a lifetime career coming full circle; Schenck, one of the last surviving pioneers of “Pop Art” makes his triumphant return to Los Angeles with an exhibition of 15 new works depicting the west through the eyes of a real life cowboy.