Sheet: 39 x 26 inches. Carles García O'Dowd (b. 1988) is a New York-based, Spanish-Irish artist originally from Palma, Mallorca. His career has been shaped by activism, counter-culture, pop music, and cartoons. Employing drawing and printmaking as his primary creative modes, García O’Dowd’s art explores the contradictions inherent within neoliberal societies through an imaginary pop cosmogony. He has worked with the activist group, "The Beehive Collective,” in Maine in the United States and the outsider art group, "Le Dernier Cri,” in Marseille, France. García O’Dowd has lived and worked in Barcelona, Hamburg, Mexico, France, London and throughout the U.S. He has also toured the world giving storytelling presentations with "Projecte Úter,” a collaborative drawing of massive scale about the right to abortion in Spain. He is currently pursuing an MFA with a Fulbright scholarship at the School of Visual Arts in New York City.