“THE FIRST RULE OF PAINTING IS TO TAKE EVERYONE ELSE OUT OF THE EQUATION. I AM THE VIEWER, SO IDON’T UNDERESTIMATE MY VIEWERS. THEY SEE EVERYTHING, AND I JUST HAVE TO ASSUME THAT THEY ARE ME. I CAN’T PAINT FOR ANYONE ELSE. IT’S ALL ABOUT HAVING THE COURAGE TO SAY THIS IS FINISHED AND THEY HAVE TO KNOW THAT I AM THE BOSS IN PAINTING. It’s LIKE BEING A SOLDIER BECAUSE I HAVE TO BE HARD AS FUCK TO FALL IN LOVE WITH THESE THINGS AND LET THEM GO.”

ANTHONY LISTER THE LOWBROW-O

THIS EPISODE IS ALSO LEGENDARY ABOUT A GRAFFITI WRITER RISK, NEW IMAGE ART GALLERY OWNER MARSEA GOLDBERG, DIRECTOR MARK SIMPSON, AND PERFORMANCE ARTIST ARIEL BRICKMAN TALKS ABOUT LISTER’S INCREDIBLE STYLE AND DEDICATION TO HIS TRUE LOVE, ARTISTIC EXPRESSION.