This monograph from contemporary artist Wes Lang bridges the worlds of cutting-edge street culture and nostalgic Americana. Edited by himself with an exploratory essay by the critic Arty Nelson, the book draws on more than 25 years of work including drawings made on hotel stationery during his residency at Chateau Marmont a decade ago, to richly layered oil paintings exhibited in Paris this year. Oversized and with pull-out gatefold pages, the book is testament to the scope and richness of Lang's work, expansive in its iconography and deceptively intimate in its detail.
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