“No matter how we got to this point,” Los Angeles-baseed painter and muralist Tristan Eaton told us, “we are all a little responsible for our collective compulsions and embarrassingly human urges that led to this dysfunctional, sci-fi future we find ourselves in. America in 2019 is a badly written, well-illustrated pulp novel that exposes our deeply seated evil and profound stupidity. These paintings are the cover art.”Eaton, who lived and worked in NYC for years and has many murals in Manhattan and in Brooklyn that still run today, is setting up his own pop-up solo show, Strange Future, opening at 198 Allen Street from October 3-9, 2019. Interestingly that Eaton’s most political work to date, with bold collage style paintings…

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