Ed Paschke

Post image for Ed Paschke’s Portraits of Brooding and Tortured Souls

Ed Paschke (1939-2004), who is considered a Chicago Imagist, is one of the important painters to emerge from America’s heartland in the late 1960s that New York has never fully embraced. One reason for this resistance is his lifelong interest in misfits and the creepy flipside of celebrity, which implicitly critiqued Andy Warhol’s love affair with pop idols and glamour.

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Post image for Center Devoted to Artist Ed Paschke Coming to Chicago

A new center devoted to the late artist Ed Paschke will open later this month in Chicago, to coincide with what have been the artist’s 75th birthday.

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