Jenny Holzer, Living Series

Pich Pellegrino. Two Lesbians Masturbating.
Wes Anderson’s film Grand Budapest Hotel is most memorable for its visuals, which evoke both the quaint charm of fin-de-siècle Vienna and the sad, Soviet-style architecture that overtook Eastern Europe after World War II. An oversized pastiche of Egon Schiele’s work, by artist Rich Pellegrino, plays a central role in the plot. Copies of works by Gustav Klimt have supporting roles.

Eva Green. The Dreamers.