Rinaldo Frattolillo

Rinaldo was born in New York City and attended the Parsons School of Design, The School of Visual Arts, The New School, and The Art Student's League of New York. Frattolillo's conceptual work uses irony to countervail popular culture and the art world. The artist works in a variety of media to visualize these tropes, which are critical of religion, politics, and art, and often hone in on common conceits around the themes of love and lust. His diverse artistic practice comes out of the legacy of 1960's Pop Art through his choice of ubiquitous objects and motifs as the source of humor in his paintings, prints, and sculptures.

Courtesy of Jim Kempner Fine Art