In the Spring of 2006, the influential Stockholm gallery and social space, Loyal, exhibited drawings, collages and paintings by the emerging New York City painter Wes Lang alongside works by his similarly skeletally-obsessed mentor and friend, Donald Baechler. The two artists have been friends since the early 1990s, and there are many overlaps, echoes and rhymes in their work. Skulls and Shit collects reproductions from the exhibition, where every piece featured a skull or skeleton, photo documentation and edited transcripts from free-wheeling conversations between the artists and their gallerists/publishers, as well as revealing anecdotal writings about the artists' everyday lives by the Swedish screenwriter and cinematographer, Fredrik Wenzel. Also includes documentation Lang giving Baechler his first tattoo.
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