Milton Schwartz spent his time praying and making annotated collages on manila folders. In time, he introduced different messages to disseminate “the word of God.” His texts are full of religious references and his opinions on issues such as children’s rights. It also contains all kinds of contemporary symbols: the United States’ flag, images of public figures like Nelson Mandela and logos of companies and restaurants. He lived in the heart of Miami’s South Beach (Florida) but maintained a solitary and secluded life.
do the write thing 2: read between the lines, christian berst art brut gallery, from april 26th to june 2nd, 2018.
on the wire, christian berst art brut gallery & Jean brolly gallery, from april 9 to may 22, 2016.
do the write thing, read between the lines à la galerie christian berst, New York, du 30 octobre au 21 décembre 2014.
exhibition catalog, evasions, l'art sans liberté, miam, fage ed., lyon, 2019.
"graphomanies brutes", claire margat, art press 2, n°49, august, september, october 2018, pp.52-56.
exhibition catalogue, do the write thing 2: read between the lines, christian berst art brut ed., 2018.
exhibition catalogue, on the wire, by jean-hubert martin, ed. christian berst art brut, paris , 2016.
exhibition catalogue, do the write thing: read between the lines, new york, galerie christian berst art brut, 30 octobre - 21 décembre 2014.