We often like to think of the artist as an expressive soul, an interpreter of whimsy, a creative being with an appetite for inspiration. The artist is all of those things, but the artist is also a social commentator, a critic among men. Bearing the torch for that virtue is Gary-Paul Barbosa Prince. While we were in town for Art Basel Miami Beach, we also headed over to the Aqua Hotel where we met Prince, Prince was kind enough to give us an exclusive breakdown of his prolific piece, “Narco Supper”. Made in likeness of “The Last Supper”, “Narco Supper” is a scathing sociopolitical portrait of greed, corruption, and lawlessness.
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