Nothing is sacred when 90s icon Macaulay Culkin paints 90s icons
Macaulay Culkin's art is on display for free in NYC as apart of the 3MB Collective, which also features Adam Green and Toby Goodshank of Moldy Peaches fame. Images released of the artwork show Culkin taking on many iconic figures that millenials are sure to recognize (aside from Culkin himself) with regular appearances from the cast of Seinfeld, KoRn, Mario and Luigi, and even Kurt Cobain in the surreal, often grotesque pop cultural display. The show, entitled "Leisure Inferno," also includes personal iconography from Culkin's youth and has a generally "nothing is sacred" attitude mixed with a playful vibe from all the three artists, all of whom are in their early 30s.
The exhibit is currently at Le Poisson Rouge through December 15.
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