Steve Keene is the most prolific American painter of all time.
He has produced more than 300,000 hand-painted works via his studio/chainlink fence cage where he paints more than 50 paintings at a time. Lovingly known for making affordable art, as well as being the indie rock cover art maker to Pavement, The Apples in stereo, and Silver Jews, Keene has long been under appreciated for his importance to the 90s indie art and music scenes. Named "...a massively dazzling celebration of fandom as an art form" by Rolling Stone magazine, The Steve Keene Art Book--originally conceived during his sold out show at Shepard Fairey's LA Gallery Subliminal Projects in 2016--is the first art book dedicated exclusively to his work..
About the Author
Daniel Efram is a photojournalist, activist, and producer based in New York City. He has produced televised music concerts, documentary films, music videos, and other creative projects. As an artist manager, he has represented The Apples in Stereo for more than 20 years. His photography has been seen on the pages of The New York Times and other publications. Leica Fotographie International named Curiosities, his first art book, as Book of the Month for April 2019.