The Shroud of William Lee: Alison Van Pelt’s portraits of William Burroughs
Alison Van Pelt’s oil on canvas portraits look like giant faded and scratched Polaroids. Or in the case of her paintings of William Burroughs, the Shroud Of Turin.
See more of Pelt’s “blurry photorealism” here.
Cover of Catalog for Burroughs Retrospective, LACMA, 1996.