Mark Grotjahn has shown paintings and drawings using one point perspective in several major gallerys. MOMA even has a few of his drawings. Like mine, his have multiple vanishing points. I believe he uses one-point perspective where I use two-point, and typically, though not necessarily, he contains the vanishing points within the picture plane taking lines all the way to the horizon. The effect is many abutting planes receding to the vanishing point, creating a radial image.
Also see the Anton Kern Gallery, and Shane Campbell Gallery, or Google him.