Andes Serrano is known for his fearless color photographs representing controversial subjects, including Ku Klux Klansmen, dead bodies, faces, handguns, and Catholic figurines submerged in bodily fluids. References to Catholic emblems and doctrine are recurring in Serrano's art. His photographs are carefully composed and appear painterly showing suffused light and saturated colors. The subjects in his photographs are represented on the base of classical sculptural qualities as form, mass and balance.
“ I don’t think my work is shocking. „