A painting in a style reminiscent of graffiti art, with a background that is primarily blue, pink, and yellow. A square  (top left) shows an alligator eating a human hand. A face with a large mouth and teeth (top right) sits above a large white letter “I”. There are large letters and arrows in the center of the painting, and the word “Smile” off of which a small naked figure hangs by the neck. At the bottom, an upside-down face with sunglasses (tilted down) sticks out a long tongue which rests on the bottom

Acrylic on canvas
80 x 54 in. (203.2 x 137.16 cm)
Gift of Allan Frumkin, 2001.130

Luis Cruz Azaceta

American, 1942–