Marc Trujillo is an urban landscape painter who depicts the big box retail stores, gas stations and fast food chains that fill our modern suburban and urban environment.

The World's Fair points us to the work of Marc Trujillo, an urban landscape painter who depicts the big box retail stores, gas stations and fast food chains that fill our modern suburban and urban environments. His paintings brilliantly highlight the flat, mechanical nature of these spaces.

From his artist statement:

Free of political or moral overtones, these works function both as modern North American genre scenes (much like the 17th-century Dutch genre scenes of marketplaces, courtyards, and flower stalls) and as painterly meditations on color, light, and form.

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