Jeff Gillette

The work of Southern California based artist Jeff Gillette sees Disney characters caught in dystopian ‘slumscapes’. His subversive style, which connects pop culture with economic disparities, emerged prominently in his 2010 exhibition "Dismayland", serving as the inspiration for Banksy's   2015 theme park exhibition, “Dismaland”.  Drawing inspiration from his worldwide travels, Gillette says his work focuses "on the Worst Case Scenario, where the present is hopeless, and the future is bleak”. His work’s striking critique of the global socio-economic landscape continues to make waves, with exhibitions spanning Los Angeles to Singapore.

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