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Skylar Fein Art

American, b. 1968

Skylar Fein was born in Greenwich Village and raised in the Bronx. He has had many careers, including teaching nonviolent resistance under the umbrella of the Quakers, working for a gay film festival in Seattle, stringing for The New York Times and as a pre-med student at the University of New Orleans, where he moved one week before Hurricane Katrina hit. In the wreckage of New Orleans, Fein found his new calling as an artist, experimenting with the color and composition of the detritus of Katrina. His work soon became known for its pop sensibility as well as its hard-nosed politics. After a few starring roles in group shows, he had his first solo show in May 2008 at Jonathan Ferrara Gallery in New Orleans. In the fall of 2008, his Prospect.1: Biennial installation, Remember the Upstairs Lounge, shined a spotlight on an overlooked piece of New Orleans history, a fire that swept through a French Quarter bar in 1973, killing everyone inside. The worst fire in New Orleans history has never been solved. His installation walked visitors right through the swinging bar doors and offered visual riffs on politics and sexuality. The piece was praised in Artforum, Art In America, The New York Times Magazine and The New Yorker, among others. In late 2009, Fein had his first solo museum show, "Youth Manifesto," at the New Orleans Museum of Art. The exhibition was an ode to punk rock as a force for social and cultural upheaval. True to form, the opening reception was shut down by police responding to the look of the unlikely art-going crowd. In March 2010, Jonathan Ferrara Gallery presented Fein's solo installation, Skylar Fein: Rise of the Youth Front at the VOLTA Art Fair in New York during Armory Week. This installation drew thousands of people and delved into revolutionary politics past and present, a continuing theme in Fein's work. In May 2010, Fein was invited by the New York curatorial project No Longer Empty to recreate, Remember the Upstairs Lounge installation in a vacant Chelsea space. The exhibition, once again, drew thousands of visitors and sparked renewed interest in this piece of history. In September 2011, Fein exhibited over 80 new works in his solo exhibition Junk Shot at Jonathan Ferrara Gallery, New Orleans. This exhibition embodied this artist’s turn towards formalism and art historical reference while maintaining Fein’s iconic sensibilities and aesthetic. Fein's solo exhibition "Beckett at War" in September 2012 at C24 Gallery in Chelsea was praised as one of the top ten exhibitions of the year in New York, in The Village Voice. He followed that up with his November 2013 installation of The Lincoln Bedroom which received wide media attention. Fein unveiled his Giant Metal Matchbook series in his 2014 solo exhibition at Jonathan Ferrara Gallery. Since then, the series has been exhibited nationally at art fairs including a solo presentation at VOLTA NY, as well as, Miami Project for Art Basel Miami Beach, Texas Contemporary, artMRKT San Francisco and the Seattle Art Fair and has continued to gain momentum in rave reviews and collector acquisitions. Skylar Fein was the recipient of a 2009 Joan Mitchell Foundation Award and his work is in several prominent collections including The Whitney Museum of American Art, The Brooklyn Museum, The Frederick R. Weisman Art Foundation, The Louisiana State Museum, The Birmingham Museum of Art, the New Orleans Museum of Art, curators Dan Cameron and Bill Arning, and collectors Beth Rudin DeWoody, Lance Armstrong, Lawrence Benenson, Brooke Garber-Neidich, Stephanie Ingrassia and Thomas Coleman.

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Artist: Skylar Fein
Flag for Prospect 2009 (Skylar Fein, notable NY/New Orleans Artist)
By Skylar Fein
Located in New Orleans, LA
Skylar Fein is a celebrated artist on both the New Orleans and New York art scenes. His work is often political or about sexual politics or cultural critique. This one comments on Am...
Category

Early 2000s Skylar Fein Art

Materials

Screen

Taiwan (Pan Am)
By Skylar Fein
Located in New Orleans, LA
SKYLAR FEIN was born in Greenwich Village and raised in the Bronx. He has had many careers including teaching nonviolent resistance under the umbrella of the Quakers, working for a gay film festival in Seattle, stringing for The New York Times and as pre-med student at University of New Orleans where he moved one week before Hurricane Katrina hit. In the wreckage of New Orleans, Fein found his new calling as an artist, experimenting with color and composition of the detritus of Katrina. His work soon became known for its pop sensibility as well as its hard-nosed politics. After a few starring roles in group shows, he had his first solo show in May 2008 at Jonathan Ferrara Gallery in New Orleans. In the fall of 2008, his Prospect.1: Biennial installation, "Remember the Upstairs Lounge," shined a spotlight on an overlooked piece of New Orleans history: a fire that swept through a French Quarter bar in 1973, killing everyone inside. The worst fire in New Orleans history has never been solved. His installation walked visitors right through the swinging bar doors, and offered visual riffs on politics and sexuality circa 1973. The piece was praised in Artforum, Art In America, The New York Times Magazine and The New Yorker, among others. In late 2009, Fein had his first solo museum show, "Youth Manifesto," at the New Orleans Museum of Art. The exhibition was an ode to punk rock as a force for social and cultural upheaval. True to form, the opening reception was shut down by police responding to the look of the unlikely art-going crowd. In March 2010, Jonathan Ferrara Gallery presented Fein's solo installation, “Skylar Fein: Rise of the Youth Front" at VOLTA Art Fair in New York during Armory Week. This installation drew thousands of people and delved into revolutionary politics past and present, a continuing theme in Fein's work. In May 2010,Fein was invited by the New York curatorial project No Longer Empty to recreate his "Remember the Upstairs Lounge" installation in a vacant Chelsea space. The exhibition, once again, drew thousands of visitors and sparked renewed interest in this piece of history. In September 2011, Fein exhibited over eighty new works in his solo exhibition Junk Shot at Jonathan Ferrara Gallery, New Orleans. This exhibition embodied this artist’s turn towards formalism and art historical reference while maintaining Fein’s iconic sensibilities and aesthetic. Fein's solo exhibition "Beckett at War" in September 2012 at C24 Gallery in Chelsea was praised as one of the top ten exhibitions of the year in New York, in The Village Voice. He followed that up with his November 2013 installation of "The Lincoln Bedroom" which received wide media attention. Fein unveiled his “Giant Metal Matchbook” series in his 2014 solo exhibition at Jonathan Ferrara Gallery. Since then, the series has been exhibited nationally at art fairs including a solo presentation at VOLTA NY, as well as, Miami Project for Art Basel Miami Beach, Texas Contemporary, artMRKT San Francisco, and the Seattle Art Fair - and has continued to gain momentum in rave reviews and collector acquisitions. Skylar Fein was the recipient of a 2009 Joan Mitchell Foundation Award and his work is in several prominent collections including The Whitney Museum of American Art, The Brooklyn Museum, The Frederick R. Weisman Art Foundation, The Louisiana State Museum, The Birmingham Museum of Art, the New Orleans Museum of Art, curators Dan Cameron and Bill Arning, and collectors Beth Rudin DeWoody, Lance Armstrong, Lawrence Benenson, Brooke Garber...
Category

21st Century and Contemporary Contemporary Skylar Fein Art

Materials

Metal

Do Not Touch (Pan Am)
By Skylar Fein
Located in New Orleans, LA
SKYLAR FEIN was born in Greenwich Village and raised in the Bronx. He has had many careers including teaching nonviolent resistance under the umbrella of the Quakers, working for a gay film festival in Seattle, stringing for The New York Times and as pre-med student at University of New Orleans where he moved one week before Hurricane Katrina hit. In the wreckage of New Orleans, Fein found his new calling as an artist, experimenting with color and composition of the detritus of Katrina. His work soon became known for its pop sensibility as well as its hard-nosed politics. After a few starring roles in group shows, he had his first solo show in May 2008 at Jonathan Ferrara Gallery in New Orleans. In the fall of 2008, his Prospect.1: Biennial installation, "Remember the Upstairs Lounge," shined a spotlight on an overlooked piece of New Orleans history: a fire that swept through a French Quarter bar in 1973, killing everyone inside. The worst fire in New Orleans history has never been solved. His installation walked visitors right through the swinging bar doors, and offered visual riffs on politics and sexuality circa 1973. The piece was praised in Artforum, Art In America, The New York Times Magazine and The New Yorker, among others. In late 2009, Fein had his first solo museum show, "Youth Manifesto," at the New Orleans Museum of Art. The exhibition was an ode to punk rock as a force for social and cultural upheaval. True to form, the opening reception was shut down by police responding to the look of the unlikely art-going crowd. In March 2010, Jonathan Ferrara Gallery presented Fein's solo installation, “Skylar Fein: Rise of the Youth Front" at VOLTA Art Fair in New York during Armory Week. This installation drew thousands of people and delved into revolutionary politics past and present, a continuing theme in Fein's work. In May 2010,Fein was invited by the New York curatorial project No Longer Empty to recreate his "Remember the Upstairs Lounge" installation in a vacant Chelsea space. The exhibition, once again, drew thousands of visitors and sparked renewed interest in this piece of history. In September 2011, Fein exhibited over eighty new works in his solo exhibition Junk Shot at Jonathan Ferrara Gallery, New Orleans. This exhibition embodied this artist’s turn towards formalism and art historical reference while maintaining Fein’s iconic sensibilities and aesthetic. Fein's solo exhibition "Beckett at War" in September 2012 at C24 Gallery in Chelsea was praised as one of the top ten exhibitions of the year in New York, in The Village Voice. He followed that up with his November 2013 installation of "The Lincoln Bedroom" which received wide media attention. Fein unveiled his “Giant Metal Matchbook” series in his 2014 solo exhibition at Jonathan Ferrara Gallery. Since then, the series has been exhibited nationally at art fairs including a solo presentation at VOLTA NY, as well as, Miami Project for Art Basel Miami Beach, Texas Contemporary, artMRKT San Francisco, and the Seattle Art Fair - and has continued to gain momentum in rave reviews and collector acquisitions. Skylar Fein was the recipient of a 2009 Joan Mitchell Foundation Award and his work is in several prominent collections including The Whitney Museum of American Art, The Brooklyn Museum, The Frederick R. Weisman Art Foundation, The Louisiana State Museum, The Birmingham Museum of Art, the New Orleans Museum of Art, curators Dan Cameron and Bill Arning, and collectors Beth Rudin DeWoody, Lance Armstrong, Lawrence Benenson, Brooke Garber...
Category

21st Century and Contemporary Contemporary Skylar Fein Art

Materials

Metal

Carved Wood Neo Pop Art Painting Sculpture New Orleans Wall Hanging Skylar Fein
By Skylar Fein
Located in Surfside, FL
Skylar Fein, (American, 1968-), carved wood painted sculpture "Telephone Man", black paint on weathered wood, Cartoon figure drawing of phone man. bears artist signature token verso. From the show "Youth Manifesto" at the New Orleans Museum of Art in 2009-2010 Skyler Fein was born in Greenwich Village, New York City and raised in the Bronx. His art combines text and paint to create powerful imagery in mixed media, on paper, aluminum, and wood. A hybrid of sculpture and painting. Art objects with a Dada sensibility. He has had many careers including teaching nonviolent resistance under the umbrella of the Quakers, working for a gay film festival in Seattle, stringing for The New York Times and as pre-med student at University of New Orleans where he moved one week before Hurricane Katrina hit. In the wreckage of New Orleans, Fein found his new calling as an artist, experimenting with color and composition of the detritus of Katrina. His work soon became known for its pop sensibility as well as its hard-nosed politics. In late 2009, Fein had his first solo museum show, "Youth Manifesto," at the New Orleans Museum of Art. He has shown in solo and group exhibitions at Jonathan Ferrara Gallery (New Orleans, LA) and C24 Gallery (New York, NY) and art fairs Miami Project during Art Basel Miami Beach, Texas Contemporary and artMRKT San Francisco. Fein was the recipient of a 2009 Joan Mitchell Foundation Award and his work is in several prominent collections including the Whitney Museum of American Art, Brooklyn Museum, Frederick R. Weisman Art Foundation, Louisiana State Museum, Birmingham Museum of Art, New Orleans Museum of Art, curators Dan Cameron and Bill Arning, and collectors Beth Rudin DeWoody, Lance Armstrong, Lawrence Benenson, Brooke Garber-Neidich, Stephanie Ingrassia and Thomas Coleman. Skylar Fein brings together his Pop Art sensibility and political conscience in two- and three-dimensional works that incorporate found materials such as comic book imagery and items gathered off the streets of New Orleans; he often pays tribute to forms of nonviolent resistance, including punk music and graffiti. Fein began his career at the age of 37 after moving to New Orleans just six weeks before Hurricane Katrina engulfed the city, and he first gained recognition with Remember the Upstairs Lounge (2008), a multimedia installation piece that recreated a New Orleans gay bar...
Category

21st Century and Contemporary Pop Art Skylar Fein Art

Materials

Paint, Latex, Wood

What is the official drink of the pandemic? Is it Coke? If not, why not?
By Skylar Fein
Located in New Orleans, LA
medium: digital darkroom print on Kodak Endura Metallic Paper, face-mounted to acrylic SKYLAR FEIN was born in Greenwich Village and raised in the Bronx. He has had many careers inc...
Category

21st Century and Contemporary Contemporary Skylar Fein Art

Materials

Acrylic Polymer, Digital

Carl von Clausewitz Thought-A-Day Perpetual Desk Calendar
By Skylar Fein
Located in New Orleans, LA
SKYLAR FEIN was born in Greenwich Village and raised in the Bronx. He has had many careers including teaching nonviolent resistance under the umbrella of the Quakers, working for a g...
Category

21st Century and Contemporary Contemporary Skylar Fein Art

Materials

Plexiglass, Plaster, Wood, Acrylic

Today's Risk of Diabolical Faggotry
By Skylar Fein
Located in New Orleans, LA
edition 4/5 SKYLAR FEIN was born in Greenwich Village and raised in the Bronx. He has had many careers including teaching nonviolent resistance under the umbrella of the Quakers, wo...
Category

21st Century and Contemporary Contemporary Skylar Fein Art

Materials

Wood, Latex

Grey Flag for Franklin Rosemont
By Skylar Fein
Located in New Orleans, LA
SKYLAR FEIN was born in Greenwich Village and raised in the Bronx. He has had many careers including teaching nonviolent resistance under the umbrella of the Quakers, working for a g...
Category

21st Century and Contemporary Contemporary Skylar Fein Art

Materials

Plaster, Wood, Acrylic

Crisis in Art (Collaboration with Conor Kolk)
By Skylar Fein
Located in New Orleans, LA
SKYLAR FEIN was born in Greenwich Village and raised in the Bronx. He has had many careers including teaching nonviolent resistance under the umbrella of the Quakers, working for a g...
Category

21st Century and Contemporary Contemporary Skylar Fein Art

Materials

Plaster, Wood, Acrylic

Smoke Ziggurats for Good Health
By Skylar Fein
Located in New Orleans, LA
SKYLAR FEIN was born in Greenwich Village and raised in the Bronx. He has had many careers including teaching nonviolent resistance under the umbrella of the Quakers, working for a g...
Category

21st Century and Contemporary Contemporary Skylar Fein Art

Materials

Plaster, Wood, Acrylic

White Flag for Franklin Rosemont (large)
By Skylar Fein
Located in New Orleans, LA
SKYLAR FEIN was born in Greenwich Village and raised in the Bronx. He has had many careers including teaching nonviolent resistance under the umbrella of the Quakers, working for a g...
Category

21st Century and Contemporary Contemporary Skylar Fein Art

Materials

Plaster, Wood, Ink, Encaustic, Acrylic

I Have a Reason for Everything I Do (Black)
By Skylar Fein
Located in New Orleans, LA
SKYLAR FEIN was born in Greenwich Village and raised in the Bronx. He has had many careers including teaching nonviolent resistance under the umbrella of the Quakers, working for a g...
Category

21st Century and Contemporary Contemporary Skylar Fein Art

Materials

Metal

Home Life Volatility Index
By Skylar Fein
Located in New Orleans, LA
SKYLAR FEIN was born in Greenwich Village and raised in the Bronx. He has had many careers including teaching nonviolent resistance under the umbrella of the Quakers, working for a g...
Category

21st Century and Contemporary Contemporary Skylar Fein Art

Materials

Plaster, Wood, Acrylic

Maximum Occupancy (workplace safety sign)
By Skylar Fein
Located in New Orleans, LA
SKYLAR FEIN was born in Greenwich Village and raised in the Bronx. He has had many careers including teaching nonviolent resistance under the umbrella of the Quakers, working for a g...
Category

21st Century and Contemporary Skylar Fein Art

Materials

Plaster, Wood, Spray Paint, Acrylic

White Flag for Franklin Rosemont (small)
By Skylar Fein
Located in New Orleans, LA
SKYLAR FEIN was born in Greenwich Village and raised in the Bronx. He has had many careers including teaching nonviolent resistance under the umbrella of the Quakers, working for a g...
Category

21st Century and Contemporary Contemporary Skylar Fein Art

Materials

Plaster, Wood, Ink, Encaustic, Acrylic

Think of Nothing
By Skylar Fein
Located in New Orleans, LA
SKYLAR FEIN was born in Greenwich Village and raised in the Bronx. He has had many careers including teaching nonviolent resistance under the umbrella of the Quakers, working for a g...
Category

21st Century and Contemporary Contemporary Skylar Fein Art

Materials

Paper, Acrylic

Black Out Your Thoughts
By Skylar Fein
Located in New Orleans, LA
SKYLAR FEIN was born in Greenwich Village and raised in the Bronx. He has had many careers including teaching nonviolent resistance under the umbrella of the Quakers, working for a g...
Category

21st Century and Contemporary Contemporary Skylar Fein Art

Materials

Paper, Acrylic

Saint Aureola of Murgatroyd, Paul Thek, Pastor (lighted sign)
By Skylar Fein
Located in New Orleans, LA
SKYLAR FEIN was born in Greenwich Village and raised in the Bronx. He has had many careers including teaching nonviolent resistance under the umbrella of the Quakers, working for a g...
Category

21st Century and Contemporary Contemporary Skylar Fein Art

Materials

Plaster, Wood, LED Light, Acrylic, Latex

I Have Failed (mirror)
By Skylar Fein
Located in New Orleans, LA
SKYLAR FEIN was born in Greenwich Village and raised in the Bronx. He has had many careers including teaching nonviolent resistance under the umbrella of the Quakers, working for a g...
Category

21st Century and Contemporary Contemporary Skylar Fein Art

Materials

Metal

Sisters of Barbarity
By Skylar Fein
Located in New Orleans, LA
SKYLAR FEIN was born in Greenwich Village and raised in the Bronx. He has had many careers including teaching nonviolent resistance under the umbrella of the Quakers, working for a g...
Category

21st Century and Contemporary Contemporary Skylar Fein Art

Materials

Plaster, Wood, LED Light, Acrylic, Latex

Wahrheit, Schönheit, Güte (lighted signs)
By Skylar Fein
Located in New Orleans, LA
SKYLAR FEIN was born in Greenwich Village and raised in the Bronx. He has had many careers including teaching nonviolent resistance under the umbrella of the Quakers, working for a g...
Category

21st Century and Contemporary Contemporary Skylar Fein Art

Materials

Plaster, Wood, LED Light, Acrylic, Latex

Days Since Last Hyperallergic Mention
By Skylar Fein
Located in New Orleans, LA
SKYLAR FEIN was born in Greenwich Village and raised in the Bronx. He has had many careers including teaching nonviolent resistance under the umbrella of the Quakers, working for a g...
Category

21st Century and Contemporary Contemporary Skylar Fein Art

Materials

Plaster, Wood, Acrylic

Wahrheit, Schönheit, Güte (No Truth, No Beauty, No good)
By Skylar Fein
Located in New Orleans, LA
SKYLAR FEIN was born in Greenwich Village and raised in the Bronx. He has had many careers including teaching nonviolent resistance under the umbrella of the Quakers, working for a g...
Category

21st Century and Contemporary Contemporary Skylar Fein Art

Materials

Plaster, Wood, Acrylic

I Have a Reason for Everything I Do (Red)
By Skylar Fein
Located in New Orleans, LA
SKYLAR FEIN was born in Greenwich Village and raised in the Bronx. He has had many careers including teaching nonviolent resistance under the umbrella of the Quakers, working for a g...
Category

21st Century and Contemporary Contemporary Skylar Fein Art

Materials

Metal

Castle Complex Government Services Center
By Skylar Fein
Located in New Orleans, LA
SKYLAR FEIN was born in Greenwich Village and raised in the Bronx. He has had many careers including teaching nonviolent resistance under the umbrella of the Quakers, working for a g...
Category

21st Century and Contemporary Contemporary Skylar Fein Art

Materials

Plaster, Wood, Acrylic

Candy (lighted sign)
By Skylar Fein
Located in New Orleans, LA
SKYLAR FEIN was born in Greenwich Village and raised in the Bronx. He has had many careers including teaching nonviolent resistance under the umbrella of the Quakers, working for a g...
Category

21st Century and Contemporary Contemporary Skylar Fein Art

Materials

Plaster, Wood, LED Light, Acrylic, Latex

The Red Sentences
By Skylar Fein
Located in New Orleans, LA
SKYLAR FEIN was born in Greenwich Village and raised in the Bronx. He has had many careers including teaching nonviolent resistance under the umbrella of the Quakers, working for a g...
Category

21st Century and Contemporary Contemporary Skylar Fein Art

Materials

Plexiglass, Plaster, Wood, Acrylic

Church of the Eggshell Plaintiff
By Skylar Fein
Located in New Orleans, LA
SKYLAR FEIN was born in Greenwich Village and raised in the Bronx. He has had many careers including teaching nonviolent resistance under the umbrella of the Quakers, working for a g...
Category

21st Century and Contemporary Contemporary Skylar Fein Art

Materials

Plaster, Wood, LED Light, Acrylic, Latex

Welcome to the United States
By Skylar Fein
Located in New Orleans, LA
SKYLAR FEIN was born in Greenwich Village and raised in the Bronx. He has had many careers including teaching nonviolent resistance under the umbrella of the Quakers, working for a g...
Category

21st Century and Contemporary Contemporary Skylar Fein Art

Materials

Plaster, Wood, Acrylic

Daughters of Barbarity (lighted sign)
By Skylar Fein
Located in New Orleans, LA
SKYLAR FEIN was born in Greenwich Village and raised in the Bronx. He has had many careers including teaching nonviolent resistance under the umbrella of the Quakers, working for a g...
Category

21st Century and Contemporary Contemporary Skylar Fein Art

Materials

Plaster, Wood, LED Light, Acrylic, Latex

Communism Begins with Thinking
By Skylar Fein
Located in New Orleans, LA
SKYLAR FEIN was born in Greenwich Village and raised in the Bronx. He has had many careers including teaching nonviolent resistance under the umbrella of the Quakers, working for a g...
Category

21st Century and Contemporary Contemporary Skylar Fein Art

Materials

Canvas, Encaustic, Acrylic

Buku Rover (traffic sign)
By Skylar Fein
Located in New Orleans, LA
SKYLAR FEIN was born in Greenwich Village and raised in the Bronx. He has had many careers including teaching nonviolent resistance under the umbrella of the Quakers, working for a g...
Category

21st Century and Contemporary Contemporary Skylar Fein Art

Materials

Steel

Attendance
By Skylar Fein
Located in New Orleans, LA
SKYLAR FEIN was born in Greenwich Village and raised in the Bronx. He has had many careers including teaching nonviolent resistance under the umbrella of the Quakers, working for a g...
Category

21st Century and Contemporary Contemporary Skylar Fein Art

Materials

Plaster, Wood, Acrylic

Art World Taxonomy (set of books)
By Skylar Fein
Located in New Orleans, LA
Underlying this particular body of work by SKYLAR FEIN is a pronounced and thought-provoking critique of global political and religious institutions that have shaped our nations’ fra...
Category

21st Century and Contemporary Contemporary Skylar Fein Art

Materials

Plaster, Wood, Acrylic

Art World Taxonomy (set of books)
By Skylar Fein
Located in New Orleans, LA
SKYLAR FEIN was born in Greenwich Village and raised in the Bronx. He has had many careers including teaching nonviolent resistance under the umbrella of the Quakers, working for a g...
Category

21st Century and Contemporary Contemporary Skylar Fein Art

Materials

Plaster, Wood, Acrylic

Pinstripe III
By Skylar Fein
Located in New Orleans, LA
SKYLAR FEIN x MRSA (collaboration) SKYLAR FEIN was born in Greenwich Village and raised in the Bronx. He has had many careers including teaching nonviolent resistance under the umbr...
Category

21st Century and Contemporary Abstract Skylar Fein Art

Materials

Plaster, Wood, Mixed Media, Acrylic

Don't Fuck with the Baldies
By Skylar Fein
Located in New Orleans, LA
Skylar Fein was born in Greenwich Village and raised in the Bronx. He has had many careers including teaching nonviolent resistance under the umbrella of the Quakers, working for a g...
Category

2010s Contemporary Skylar Fein Art

Materials

Mixed Media, Wood

Dior
By Skylar Fein
Located in New Orleans, LA
Skylar Fein was born in Greenwich Village and raised in the Bronx. He has had many careers including teaching nonviolent resistance under the umbrella of the Quakers, working for a g...
Category

21st Century and Contemporary Pop Art Skylar Fein Art

Materials

Acrylic, Mixed Media

Attractive, Appraised, Almost Perfect
By Skylar Fein
Located in New Orleans, LA
This piece is part of a collaborative series of artworks by Skylar Fein x MRSA SKYLAR FEIN was born in Greenwich Village and raised in the Bronx. He has had many careers including t...
Category

21st Century and Contemporary Contemporary Skylar Fein Art

Materials

Mixed Media, Acrylic

Children II
By Skylar Fein
Located in New Orleans, LA
SKYLAR FEIN x MRSA (collaboration) SKYLAR FEIN was born in Greenwich Village and raised in the Bronx. He has had many careers including teaching nonviolent resistance under the umbr...
Category

21st Century and Contemporary Contemporary Skylar Fein Art

Materials

Wood, Plaster, Mixed Media, Acrylic

Children IV
By Skylar Fein
Located in New Orleans, LA
SKYLAR FEIN x MRSA (collaboration) SKYLAR FEIN was born in Greenwich Village and raised in the Bronx. He has had many careers including teaching nonviolent resistance under the umbr...
Category

21st Century and Contemporary Contemporary Skylar Fein Art

Materials

Wood, Plaster, Mixed Media, Acrylic

Flag Boy
By Skylar Fein
Located in New Orleans, LA
SKYLAR FEIN x MRSA This piece is part of a collaborative series of artworks by Skylar Fein x MRSA SKYLAR FEIN was born in Greenwich Village and raised in the Bronx. He has had many ...
Category

2010s Contemporary Skylar Fein Art

Materials

Acrylic, Mixed Media, Wood

Shepherd
By Skylar Fein
Located in New Orleans, LA
SKYLAR FEIN x MRSA (collaboration) SKYLAR FEIN was born in Greenwich Village and raised in the Bronx. He has had many careers including teaching nonviolent resistance under the umbr...
Category

21st Century and Contemporary Contemporary Skylar Fein Art

Materials

Acrylic, Mixed Media, Plaster, Wood

Child of the Night
By Skylar Fein
Located in New Orleans, LA
SKYLAR FEIN x MRSA (collaboration) SKYLAR FEIN was born in Greenwich Village and raised in the Bronx. He has had many careers including teaching nonviolent resistance under the umbr...
Category

21st Century and Contemporary Contemporary Skylar Fein Art

Materials

Acrylic, Mixed Media

Twins
By Skylar Fein
Located in New Orleans, LA
SKYLAR FEIN x MRSA (collaboration) SKYLAR FEIN was born in Greenwich Village and raised in the Bronx. He has had many careers including teaching nonviolent resistance under the umbr...
Category

21st Century and Contemporary Contemporary Skylar Fein Art

Materials

Acrylic, Mixed Media, Wood, Plaster

Be Tolerated
By Skylar Fein
Located in New Orleans, LA
SKYLAR FEIN x MRSA (collaboration) SKYLAR FEIN was born in Greenwich Village and raised in the Bronx. He has had many careers including teaching nonviolent resistance under the umbr...
Category

21st Century and Contemporary Contemporary Skylar Fein Art

Materials

Mixed Media

Parisian Mask
By Skylar Fein
Located in New Orleans, LA
SKYLAR FEIN x MRSA (collaboration) SKYLAR FEIN was born in Greenwich Village and raised in the Bronx. He has had many careers including teaching nonviolent resistance under the umbr...
Category

2010s Contemporary Skylar Fein Art

Materials

Wood, Mixed Media, Acrylic

Gutter Homes
By Skylar Fein
Located in New Orleans, LA
medium: silkscreen and acrylic on canvas Skylar Fein was born in Greenwich Village and raised in the Bronx. He has had many careers including teaching nonviolent resistance under ...
Category

21st Century and Contemporary Pop Art Skylar Fein Art

High Water at the Carrollton Gauge
By Skylar Fein
Located in New Orleans, LA
medium: screen print and india ink on vellum Edition of 10, 2 APs Skylar Fein was born in Greenwich Village and raised in the Bronx. He has had many careers including teaching nonvi...
Category

Early 2000s Contemporary Skylar Fein Art

Pills
By Skylar Fein
Located in New Orleans, LA
medium: latex on wood 6 parts; 8.75 x 7.75 x 1 inches per unit Skylar Fein was born in Greenwich Village and raised in the Bronx. He has had many careers including teaching nonviole...
Category

2010s Contemporary Skylar Fein Art

Children III
By Skylar Fein
Located in New Orleans, LA
SKYLAR FEIN x MRSA (collaboration) SKYLAR FEIN was born in Greenwich Village and raised in the Bronx. He has had many careers including teaching nonviolent resistance under the umbr...
Category

21st Century and Contemporary Contemporary Skylar Fein Art

Materials

Plaster, Wood, Mixed Media, Acrylic

Complaint Department
By Skylar Fein
Located in New Orleans, LA
medium: latex on wood Skylar Fein was born in Greenwich Village and raised in the Bronx. He has had many careers including teaching nonviolent resistance under the umbrella of the Q...
Category

2010s Contemporary Skylar Fein Art

Turnover
By Skylar Fein
Located in New Orleans, LA
medium: latex on wood Skylar Fein was born in Greenwich Village and raised in the Bronx. He has had many careers including teaching nonviolent resistance under the umbrella of the Q...
Category

2010s Contemporary Skylar Fein Art

Milan, Born in the Golden Rectangle
By Skylar Fein
Located in New Orleans, LA
medium: acrylic an mixed media on card Skylar Fein was born in Greenwich Village and raised in the Bronx. He has had many careers including teaching nonviolent resistance under the ...
Category

2010s Contemporary Skylar Fein Art

Crisis in Art (Probably a Penile Geyser)
By Skylar Fein
Located in New Orleans, LA
medium: acrylic and mixed media on card Skylar Fein was born in Greenwich Village and raised in the Bronx. He has had many careers including teaching nonviolent resistance under the...
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2010s Contemporary Skylar Fein Art

Robbie Benson
By Skylar Fein
Located in New Orleans, LA
medium: silkscreen on canvas, wood Skylar Fein was born in Greenwich Village and raised in the Bronx. He has had many careers including teaching nonviolent resistance under the um...
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21st Century and Contemporary Contemporary Skylar Fein Art

Cyst
By Skylar Fein
Located in New Orleans, LA
medium: silkscreen and acrylic on canvas Skylar Fein was born in Greenwich Village and raised in the Bronx. He has had many careers including teaching nonviolent resistance under th...
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2010s Contemporary Skylar Fein Art

A Reductivist Portrait of Death
By Skylar Fein
Located in New Orleans, LA
medium: acrylic and screenprint on paper Skylar Fein was born in Greenwich Village and raised in the Bronx. He has had many careers including teaching nonviolent resistance under th...
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2010s Contemporary Skylar Fein Art

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Find a wide variety of authentic Skylar Fein art available for sale on 1stDibs. If you’re browsing the collection of art to introduce a pop of color in a neutral corner of your living room or bedroom, you can find work that includes elements of red, blue, yellow and other colors. You can also browse by medium to find art by Skylar Fein in paint, acrylic paint, synthetic resin paint and more. Much of the original work by this artist or collective was created during the 21st century and contemporary and is mostly associated with the contemporary style. Not every interior allows for large Skylar Fein art, so small editions measuring 5 inches across are available. Customers who are interested in this artist might also find the work of Gina Phillips, Jessica Houston, and Katie VanVliet. Skylar Fein art prices can differ depending upon medium, time period and other attributes. On 1stDibs, the price for these items starts at $650 and tops out at $31,250, while the average work can sell for $7,500.

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