Alex Alferov's 1990 print Growing Up in Hollywood is an abstract portrait of Marilyn Monroe. The vision developed by Alferov over the course of his artistic career blends his obsession with the abstract and his appreciation of representational forms, such as the wide-ranging expressiveness of the human face and body.
Alferov consolidates regional and international influences from his study and travel throughout the United States, Europe, and Asia to create images and installations that investigate the relationship of the human surface with the spiritual interior.
—From Brandywine Workshop and Archives records
The child of Russian Serbian refugees who immigrated to the United States after World War II, Alexander Alferov grew up in Worcester, Massachusetts, and later, Los Angeles.
Alferov worked at Self Help Graphics & Art from 1987 to 2...
30" x 22"
100 prints in this edition