Los Angeles-based painter and musician Llyn Foulkes’ diverse painting practice ranges from landscapes, mixed media assemblages to layering in relief. Bitingly sarcastic and gleefully anti-establishment, Foulkes likes to take on the grand pillars of corporate greed, the superficiality of the art world, and the wholesomeness of Disney. Foulkes’ macabre bloody head portraits barely contain his anger. Politicians, businessmen, Hollywood agents are shown with smashed-in faces, the gruesome bloody mess obliterating their identity. A carefully curated selection of Foulkes’ disparate oeuvre is currently on view at David Zwirner through June 24.