An Artist's Grocery List Becomes a Giant Monument in Central Park
The Public Art Fund let David Shrigley make a giant sculpture in Central Park, and this is what they got.
David Shrigley Turns His Absurd Comic Eye to 1960s Op Art
The British artist subverts the sleek designs of Op art with his hand-drawn style.
Everything Is OK at David Shrigley's New Solo Show in New York
The idiosyncratic British artist brings 78 drawings, two sculptures and one animation to his sixth solo show at Anton Kern Gallery.
Next Level Absinthe Tripping Has Always Been Psychosomatic
Lofty 19th century Romantics were really into knocking back absinthe because they believed that it allowed them to transcend the mere mortals of this earth. Sadly, absinthe isn't actually hallucinogenic and any tripping was all in their heads.
David Shrigley Sees the Sign
David Shrigley's new show at the Anton Kern Gallery plays with semiotics and the concept of the utilitarian sign, shifting the frame of reference and messing with your expectations to humorous and thought-provoking results.