In the fall of 1986, after recovering from a five-day diabetic coma, Jerry Garcia gloriously returned to the stage. More quietly, he also returned to the page.
In Antonio García Villarán’s "The Disaster of Competition," he creates a conversation between two modern Spanish masters: Pablo Picasso and Salvador Dalí.
"The Pop Martyr" sets the scene for a debate over the strength and relevance of Old Masters v Contemporary Art using El Greco and Yayoi Kusama.
In "The Crazy Cannibal," Antonio García Villarán creates a conversation between two of the most prolific Spanish Old Master: Francisco Goya and Diego Velázquez.