George W. Bush may have helicoptered off into the sunset yesterday, but artist Matthew McGuinness reminds us that 43's legacy won't soon be forgotten. For the latest installment of his Casper Disasters series, McGuinness has taken scenes of chaos and discord from Bush's Iraq War and creatively silkscreened them to include wailing ghosts. On view at Greene Contemporary through February 8.
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