Montgomery Maxton will debut in one of the hottest art markets in the world this week when his mixed media piece, Judy After Oz: Ghostface v. goes on display at a popular art gallery in Brooklyn on June 16th.
Days shy of his 42nd birthday, Maxton remarked that “as an artists I’ve waited my entire life to display my work in New York City.”
Judy After Oz, a centennial tribute piece to gay icon Judy Garland who turned 100 years old this week, has received unprecidented universal acclaim since the artist debut the piece on his Instagram in May. Two versions were created, Ghostface and Greenface. Both will be available for purchase, and 'Greenface' is currently for sale on eBay for just over $2,000.00.
Maxton, whose work has been published by the likes of Andy Warhol’s Interview Magazine and National Geographic, has recently started revealing more art pieces using mixed media photography, paints, and at times controversial imagery.
MGNYC Gallery is a popular gallery located in the Crown Heights section of Brooklyn.
Gallery owners interested in displaying Montgomery Maxton's work can contact him through his Instagram page.
MGNYC is located in Crown Heights, Brooklyn.