Paul McCarthy. Tokyo Santa

Trust us, you don’t want “this” Santa coming down your chimney. Through a series of 75 crisp images, mostly in brilliant reds, “Tokyo Santa” documents Paul McCarthy’s 1996 performance at Tomio Kayama Gallery. Santa is decidedly naughty–he shows his private parts, and smears ketchup and paint everywhere. “Everywhere,” Also included are 10 drawings that Santa made during his performance; they share a palette of browns, reds, black, and greens. With its large format, and cheerful red-and-green palette, this oversized book makes a wonderful holiday gift–but not for the kids.

Text: Tanashi Mitsuru. cm 29,8×39,2; pp. 158; 137 COL; hardcover. Publisher: Buchhandlung Walther König, Köln, 2003.

ISBN: 9783883756141| 3883756148

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Trust us, you don’t want “this” Santa coming down your chimney. Through a series of 75 crisp images, mostly in brilliant reds, “Tokyo Santa” documents Paul McCarthy’s 1996 performance at Tomio Kayama Gallery. Santa is decidedly naughty–he shows his private parts, and smears ketchup and paint everywhere. “Everywhere,” Also included are 10 drawings that Santa made during his performance; they share a palette of browns, reds, black, and greens. With its large format, and cheerful red-and-green palette, this oversized book makes a wonderful holiday gift–but not for the kids.