Based out of my home in Hollywood, CA, my passive-aggressive art gallery, which spotlights ignorance of basic responsibility and courtesy for others in shared spaces, has been thriving, although some critics don't care for my emphasis on found pieces.
"CHEESE KNIFE" mixed-media, 2017. $500 - SOLD
"Sour Cream-Covered Spoon Left In Sink Before Leaving Town For Four Days," mixed-media (metal, porcelain, sour cream, filth), 2017 - $3400 - SOLD
"Knife Left Out On Counter In Striking Distance of Knife Block, Having Been Only Used to Remove Seal of Ice Cream Carton, Which Was Also Left On Counter, Leaving Quite the Sight As the Last Thing I Saw Before I Gratefully Left Town for Two Weeks" - Mixed-media, 2017 - $600
"Shoes on Shoe Rack (Nearly)" - Mixed-media, 2017 - $650 - SOLD.
"Clothes Left in Dryer Overnight, Then Another Night, Then..." Mixed-media, 2017. $1395 - SOLD.
"Choose Your Weapon (Or, Midnight Snack)" - Mixed-media, 2017. $53,000.
"A Monument to A Vanquished Paper Towel Roll or New Rolls Are [Arrow Pointing Downward] But Bending Down is Hard" - Mixed-media, 2017. $4200 - SOLD
"Boxes Left on Couch Because What Even *Is* Breaking Them Down and Recycling or Even Leaving Them Not On the Couch" - Mixed-media, 2017. $6000 - SOLD.
"Vintage Chili Spoon on Freshly-Cleaned Counter" - Mixed-media, 2017. $725.
"Gone for the Night, Lights Left On #47," - mixed-media, 2017. $2400 - SOLD.
It is important to note that all great art appreciates in value over time, as was the case with "Forgotten Milk, Left to Actively Go Rancid in Fridge Far Beyond Sell-By Date" - Mixed-Media (Plastic and Animal By-Products)" an incredibly valuable and notable piece...
...whose unexpected theft continues to baffle authorities.
press for passive-aggressive art gallery
"Stunning, petty art chronicles items left in apartment" - Featured Twitter Moments, 3/17/2017.
"He's a modern-day Duchamp!" - Daily Mail (UK)
"Man Hilariously Drags his Sloppy Roommate with Passive-Aggressive Art Gallery" - Huffington Post.
"This art gallery takes passive-aggressive roommate behavior to new levels" - Washington Post.