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For nearly three decades, Alexis Rockman has been painting what he calls “natural-history psychedelia” — dinosaurlike descendants of rabbits and roosters; a chimera of an alligator, a pigeon and a rat thrashing in a sewer (or depending on how you look at it, a flooded subway tunnel). In 2009, the director Ang Lee asked Rockman to produce visual inspiration for his movie “Life of Pi” (released Nov. 21), based on Yann Martel’s novel about a boy’s spiritual journey adrift at sea in a boat with a tiger... (continue reading)

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