A shape-shifter of both artistic genre and style, Ross Muir is known for his witty re-imaginings of historical paintings. From Basquiat and Magritte to Rousseau and Picasso, Muir does not just embody an artist in brushstroke and style but also in spirit. He meticulously researches the narrative and personal motivations behind some of the most iconic artworks in history, only to reinvent them in unique and surprising ways. Whether adorning Lichtenstein’s figures with an Adidas three-stripe or imaging Van Gogh playing pool with his friends, Muir bridges the gap between the elitism of the art historical canon and the everyday...