John Millei: Selected Works 1991-96
Through October, 1996

"If he belongs to a respectable lineage of modern painters, his more perverse pedigree would include Albert Ohlen's anxious abstractions; Sigmar Polke's cunning ridicule of commercial culture; Andy Warhol's chilling expressions of alienation, and Jasper Johns' uneasy fixation on the violent erasure of shared symbols in American Abstract art."

---David Pagel, Los Angeles Times, 1994